FAQ’s for Gray Line of Portland’s City Tour

1. What days of the week do you run the City Tour?
Answer: We operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays: October 8 to November 24. 9:00 AM departure.

2. What time do the tours begin each day?
Answer: The tours actually begin at 9:00 am but we load the coach at 8:45 am in front of Nordstroms at the corner of SW Broadway and SW Yamhill.

3. How much does it cost?
Answer: Adults $39, Children (6-12) $20.

4. How do I buy my ticket and get on the tour?
Answer: Reservations are required and can be made by calling 503-241-7373.  Have your credit card information available.  No tickets will be issued but we will have your name on a manifest and will give you your credit card receipt at the boarding location.

5. Is this a narrated tour?
Answer: Yes, in the best of the Gray Line tradition the driver guide will be giving a narrated tour as you travel.

6. How long is the tour?
Answer: 3 hours

7. What about rain or snow?
Answer: We operate rain or shine.  If it is snowing in Portland, please call for an update.

8. Are there restrooms on board the trolley?
Answer: No, there are no restrooms on the trolley, but there are restrooms available at several of the stops on the tour.

9. Is the tour handicap accessible?
Answer: No

10.  I am driving to downtown to board the tour, where do I park?
Answer: We recommend Smart Park lots operated by the City of Portland. There are three lots convenient to Pioneer Courthouse Square. The closest is at SW10th and SW Yamhill (780 SW 10th). Other lots are at SW 4th and SW Yamhill (850 SW 4th) and SW 3rd and SW Alder (650 SW 4th). Rates are a $1.60 per hour for the first 2 hours, $5.00 for 3 hours, $7.00 for 4 hours. On weekdays the over 4 hour rate goes to an all day rate that varies by garage location but is between $12 and $15. On weekends the over 3 hour rate goes to an all day rate of $5.00 per day for the period from 5am to 6pm. After 6pm, the rate for the period from 6pm to 5am varies from $3.00 to $6.00 depending on garage location.