Trolley rides this Sunday in South Milwaukee to help commemorate its 125th anniversary
Posted: Sep 26, 2022 3:43 PM CDT
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SOUTH MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A street car will be the desired mode of transportation this Sunday for the "Historical Trolley Tour" in South Milwaukee. The event is a way to commemorate the city's 125th anniversary. The trip lasts an hour and is a good way to get see where "Crusher" the wrestler was born and raised. Of course it lets you get a little nostalgic on a Sunday afternoon.
The trolley rides run from 9 until 3:30 pm. Unfortunately, there are no more tickets available. But there are still many fun events going on between now and the end of the year commemorating the city's 125th anniversary. Click here to see what's happening in South Milwaukee, including the big gala at the end of October.