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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.


Sue Ryan

Monday, June 25, 2018
We found this museum so interesting! It's amazing that some of these trolleys still run! To get the opportunity to ride on one was fantastic!! We thoroughly enjoyed learning the history of a means of transportation from yesteryear. Taking the ride pulled us back in time. The whole experience was awesome!

Linda Woods

Monday, May 21, 2018
Loved this trip to the past. Ride on a real working trolley. Visit the gift shop and make a craft Have taken the kids to the Pumpkin trolley. Santa trolley. Workers are dressed in the uniforms worn of days of old. What a great time for the whole family, school field trip. Curriculum for teaching the young about the trolleys. Reminds me of Mr.Rodgers neiborhood.

Jolie Medina

Saturday, June 30, 2018
Good and very educational. Family friendly, Birthday parties, Group tour. Trolley tour ... Today qe had so much fun. Hope to return next year ... They are planing new features ❤

Stephen Dolansky

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Daniel Tiger weekend was great. They didn't rush the kids. They didn't have too many crazy rules. If you wanted to take an extra picture or too, you could. Nicely done.

Katie Mitchell

Saturday, May 12, 2018
Went for the Daniel Tiger event. It was great. The kids loved it! All the staff/ volunteers were so nice and knowledgeable about the trolleys. We'll definitely return in the future.

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