Traveling Safely on Ollie the Trolley with a High-Risk Pregnancy

Ollie the Trolley has been a beloved Omaha classic since 1985, and for pregnant riders, there are some special considerations to keep in mind. The Olson Center for Women's Health at Nebraska Medicine has a team of maternal-fetal medicine specialists with specialized experience treating high-risk pregnancies. When it comes to traveling on Ollie the Trolley, pregnant riders should be aware of the height restrictions.

Signs warning passengers

of these restrictions can be found at the entrance to these attractions, and it is not recommended for pregnant people to travel with height restrictions of any kind.

If you are pregnant and have a high-risk pregnancy, it is important to consult with your doctor before traveling on Ollie the Trolley. Your doctor can provide you with personalized advice and guidance on how to stay safe while riding the trolley. It is also important to be aware of your own physical limitations while riding the trolley. If you are feeling dizzy or lightheaded, it is best to take a break and get off the trolley.

Additionally, make sure to stay hydrated and wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. Overall, traveling on Ollie the Trolley can be a fun and exciting experience for pregnant riders. However, it is important to take special precautions if you have a high-risk pregnancy. Make sure to consult with your doctor before traveling and be aware of your own physical limitations while riding.