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Old Town Tustin Exploring

Take the short 4-mile trek to Tustin Old Town.

Surround yourself with historic buildings filled with curious boutiques, an old record store, book store, and a number of delicious restaurants. At the heart are the buildings located on Main Street and El Camino Real dating back to the 1880s. Our day trip offer highlights of the area and some suggestions for meals and places to meander. Come enjoy a lazy day of exploring before returning to the Tustin Metrolink station.

Historic Tustin Old Town

Tustin Old Town is under 5 miles from the Tustin Station. Schedule your ride share before you pull into the station. For history buffs, there's a walking tour of the downtown area highlighting over 20 historically significant structures that reveal over twelve decades of Tustin's past including the city's museum. Sidewalk tour and map.


Lining Main Street and El Camino are several unique boutiques and browse-worthy shops. Here’s a sample of what you’ll discover.

Arvida Book Company
Johnny Jeans
Morning Lavender Café and Boutique
Phyllisophical Fashion
Rasta Cowboy Records
Spice & Tulips

The train station

The Tustin station is located at the intersection of Edinger and Jamboree Road. It is located within easy reach of a number of shopping and business centers. The District at Tustin Legacy is 2 miles from the station and a short 4-mile trip to the heart of Old Town Tustin.

Bikes on Metrolink

Yes, you can bring your bikes on Metrolink. We even have a special car dedicated to bike storage. It is typically the third passenger car and is clearly marked. Please review Metrolink's bike guidelines.

Train schedules

We always suggest when planning your adventure to check the Metrolink train schedule to the Tustin Station. Both the Orange Line and Inland Empire-Orange County Line serves this station.