The Tiger Trolley
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New for Fall - the TRAVELING TASTE TRIP.
 Remember "progressive" dinner parties? Get your group together for appetizers at Cafe X, dinner at Restaurant Y and dessert at Cafe Z. We will make it happen for you.


Tiger Trolley News

Paul discusses his work and travels at the July 10 tour.

Special "Evening with Paul Jackson" Tour

COLUMBIA, M0  – Tiger Trolley Tours will host two special tours from 5:30 to 7:30 pm on Wednesdays, July 10 and 17 to meet, travel and visit with Paul Jackson, Columbia’s own prolific watercolorist and world traveler on the occasion of the opening of his exhibit, “The Adventurous Spirit” at the Montiminy Art Gallery at the Boone County Historical Society. Tiger Trolley owners Jolene Schulz and Cindy Mustard urge those interested to “Contact us immediately because space for this unique tour is limited and will sell out quickly.” The tours are available to the public for $30 per seat which includes Museum admission, the Trolley ride, light liquid refreshment and remarks by the artist on the Trolley and at the Museum.

Spring Garden Tours and tours for Wedding Parties are currently in highest demand and being planned for April and May. Call 573-567-0850 or e-mail to plan and reserve your tour.

Let us plan a Custom tour for your special Holiday Event. It's the Holiday Season and the perfect time for you to include The Tiger Trolley in your plans for a special Holiday event. We have done fun Halloween Tours and are planning for several Custom Tours for the Holidays, such as Office Parties, Family Reunions & Holiday Lights Tours, even a Progressive Dinner Party. Call 573-567-0850 or e-mail


COLUMBIA, MO, August 22, 2012 There is a new Tiger in town and a large crowd of almost one hundred turned out after work for the Columbia Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors ribbon cutting launch of Tiger Trolley Tours, a new sight seeing tour service which boasts that it is the “fun, new way to see & explore Columbia".

Chamber representatives Don Laird and Tom Trabue welcomed the group and commented on the tourism and economic development benefits of the city’s new and only tour service.

Partners in the new firm are long time Columbians Jolene Schulz and Cindy Mustard. They explained their mission and the four basic tours and then conducted mini tours to several downtown sites for several groups of up to two dozen, the trolley’s capacity. The mini tours included historic sites of the city’s founding and early history and numerous examples of public art around downtown Columbia.  


Introductory News Release-


COLUMBIA, MO --- There is a new tiger in town and it will be roaming all over Columbia! Tiger Trolley Tours will soon begin service, providing safe, professional, reliable and fun sightseeing tours for local residents and visitors coming to Columbia.

Initial planned tours will include "Welcome to Columbia," Cultural Arts, Historical and "College Town USA" tours, as well as custom designed tours. The tour vehicle is a motorized Trolley, which will carry 24 passengers.

"We have been active in various aspects of the community and have seen a need for this type of tour service." said partners Cindy Mustard and Jolene Schulz, "We think this motorized, modern version of an old time trolley will be a perfect way to transport visitors around our sprawling city to explore our very rich heritage."

"Columbia attracts many types of visitors and their interests are varied, from sightseers and potential students and their parents to companies considering locating in Columbia. Also, we are finding interest in the tours from families and friends looking for a unique traveling venue for special events, parties and office outings."

Mustard and Schulz are well suited for this venture, as long time Columbia residents and very active community participants, Schulz as a former administrator for Columbia Public Schools and Mustard as past director of the Volunteer Action Center.  

For more detailed information e-mail tour requests or questions to or call 573-567-0850. 

" Beetle Bailey"
Created by MU grad, cartoonist  Mort Walker

"Look Out Point"
by Carol Fleming, at Stephens Lake, Columbia's Stonehenge

WWI "Doughboy" Statue
at Boone County Courthouse

Wabash Train Depot 1910
Murals by David Spear & Sculpture by Don Asbee

Stephens Playhouse
 presents "Babes in Arms"

Mizzou Football
A full house at Farout Field

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