The vintage-inspired trolleys are a fun, free ride to fixed locations around town on Friday and Saturdays starting at 4 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 4-10 p.m.
Downtown Parking Deck, 40 E Lake Dr
Braselton Library, 15 Brassie Lane
Braselton Trolley Stops
Braselton Brothers Department Store: 9924 Davis St.
The historic Braselton mercantile has been transformed into a downtown shopping and dining destination alongside the Town Green. The exposed brick walls and classic architecture of the Braselton Brothers Department Store, originally built in 1904, now house an American steakhouse, authentic French creperie, local bakery, boutique apparel and gifts, record store, comic book store, and more unique shops. The tap room is hopping with weekly events, and so is the brewery across the street.
15 Brassie Lane
Still in historic downtown, the Braselton Library trolley stop is a short walk from antique shopping, more dining and nightlife, and a general store featuring Georgia Grown products. This stop also offers access to the antique festivals and vintage markets scheduled throughout the year.
The Falls of Braselton:
Fisk Falls Dr.
Residents of The Falls of Braselton hop onto the trolley at this clubhouse stop, but visitors are welcome to request a special stop nearby at the Mulberry RiverWalk. After taking a photo at the Insta-worthy trailhead mural, walkers will enjoy this serene, 2-mile nature trail. *Note: During 2022, sections of the trail will be closed periodically while the Mulberry River streambank is repaired. Check explorebraselton.com for more information.
Mulberry Walk: 6323 Grand Hickory Dr.
Mulberry Walk may be the sweetest stop on the trolley’s regular route, with two ice cream shops! It’s also home to several family-owned restaurants and local watering holes, which offer trivia nights, sports screenings, and weekly events.
Reunion Hall: 5609 Grand Reunion Dr.
The Reunion trolley stop is primarily a pickup point for residents of this lovely community known for its fabulous holiday light displays. However, the golf course and restaurant are reason enough for visitors to make the trip to Reunion Hall.
Chateau Elan Winery: 100 Rue Charlemagne Dr.
Visitors stop here for lush vineyards, a spa, golf, tennis, the winery and tours, eight restaurants and a full calendar of activities; while community residents will embark and head downtown for shopping, dining and events.