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Washington - Pennsylvania Trolley Museum


Take a ride into the past at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum!  Admission includes four-mile scenic trolley ride on an antique streetcar, guided tour of our car barn, exhibits, trolley era film, museum store and picnic area.  There is plenty of free parking and we are easy to reach, just three miles from I-79 exit 41 (follow the signs).  Admission is $7 Adult, $6 Senior (62+), $4 Child (3-15), Free for 2 and under. 

Hours/days of operation: March thru December open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday; open every day Memorial Day thu Labor Day.  Hours: Weekdays 10am-4pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am-5pm.


Russ Barron

Sunday, March 25, 2018
We've been to several events now, and they are always well-organized and lots of fun. A typical event includes two trolley rides and a self-guided walk through the warehouse with the old trolleys. The volunteer staff is always incredibly friendly and helpful. Parking can be an issue on event days, but there's always ample space across the street.

David Parker

Sunday, April 1, 2018
Virtually whole family outing. My grandson loves going here. Being Easter weekend, they had the scavenger hunt / prize, and decorated for the holiday. Nice to take in the huge exhibite of trolley cars at our own pace too. Really so much to enjoy, and quite reasonably priced admission. We will probably get a grandparents / grandchildren membership for his next birthday.

kathy schmitt

Saturday, April 14, 2018
The weather was pleasant and very Cooperative so they had the open trolley out we got a lot of air in the ride was very nice the museum the conductor's did a good job of explaining all the different types of trolleys they have in their warehouse.

Becky Moskal

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
I just voted there. Didn't take a tour, so I haven't seen everything there is to see there. It looks like a pretty cool place to take the kids to tho

Jake Detman

Saturday, April 14, 2018
Very nice place we took a ride on one of their restored cars it would be great if you could see the process of restoring them or if the driver talked about the car and or history of it but other than that it's a great little stop

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