What’s on the trolley line

The FREE Middleton Trolley picks visitors up right in front of their hotels and takes them to some great local spots. When you’re in Middleton, you can leave the driving and the navigation to the trolley driver. The trolley runs a continuous loop, so if you get off to explore, you’re just minutes away from a pickup.

Here’s a bit of what you can find on a Middleton trolley adventure, and remember, it’s entirely free!


The Middleton trolley is wheelchair accessible. The trolley might look quaint but it is designed for comfort in mind with heating, air conditioning, and even AV capabilities.


The trolley stops in front of each of Middleton’s nine hotel properties and follows a route that takes it to the heart of Downtown twice on each route. Riders will pass many of the city’s restaurants, including upscale steakhouses, ethnic eateries, tasty bakeries, charming cafes and more. Getting hungry? Here is a link to all of Middleton’s restaurants, most of which are along the trolley route.


Middleton traces its beginnings to an 1832 fur trading post and today retains its historic charm. The trolley will take you past stately homes and impressive brick storefronts. Stops 7 and 12 is just a short walk from the Rowley House Museum, an 1868 historical landmark that serves as a museum, ran by the Middleton Historical Society.


From its Thursday farmers market in Greenway Station to its nationally recognized trail system, there’s a lot to explore in Middleton. The trolley will take you to the heart of the action, passing the one and only National Mustard Museum (Trolley Stop 7 and 12) and the acclaimed Capital Brewery (Trolley Stop 1) with its outdoor Bier Garten, which hosts live music.


Learn more about the FREE Middleton Trolley, including the locations of all 12 stops. Get a printable trolley map and brochure here.


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