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Streetcar Rentals

Rock Region METRO has your business needs covered with a unique, party-perfect venue!

Rent a METRO Streetcar

Take in Downtown Little Rock, the Arkansas River and North Little Rock’s Argenta District aboard a METRO Streetcar private charter! Food, drinks and décor allowed. Seats 44 guests with a 50-guest capacity. In general, streetcar charters are available 5:30-7 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 5:30-12 p.m. Friday-Saturday; and 12-7 p.m. Sunday. It may be possible to book a streetcar later than the times posted. Charters must be booked at least 5 business days in advance of the date to ensure staffing and proper setup. The fee is $200 per hour, with a 2-hour minimum, and is calculated in 15-minute increments, taking into account any travel time from the streetcar to pickup locations other than the streetcar barn. For more information, contact Emmalyn Lair, METRO marketing and communications associate, at 501-375-6717 Menu Option 2. PLEASE NOTE: If you’re wanting to rent the Arkansas Destinations trolley (meaning a trolley on rubber tires that can go on any appropriately paved surface in our area), you’ll need to contact Arkansas Destinations, because Rock Region METRO doesn’t operate trolleys. We operate streetcars with metal wheels that run on a fixed rail route.

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