One of the most popular tours is the sightseeing red trains that you will undoubtly notice when you enter the city. Pick up a flyer at the Visitor Center or go to their website. The train ticket includes:
-Free admission to Old Florida Museum
- Free parking at tour stations
-Train use for 3 days
-1 step on and off at over 20 stops
-Shop and attraction tickets
-Free Anastasia Island tickets
- Tours start everyday from 8:30-4:00 every 15-20 minutes.
This is the "in thing" for those who do not want to walk, or cannot walk. The trams/trains run around the perimeter and inside the main streets and usually makes 20-22 stops. The rides go between 3 and 7 miles, depending on what ride you take. Ripley's offer 7 miles ride that takes 90 minutes around, and that price is around $22. On/off is allowed. The tram at Castillo Dr. is $23 and it also has on/off stops. Seems like a bit of a rip to me since you can walk those 2 miles if you really want to stay in shape.
To get an idea of the place before you explore on foot, you can get a trip on the tram. You'll find out all about the town