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They recently increased their prices by nearly double for a child's ticket and have not updated the prices on the website. When I asked about the much higher than expected charge for my family, the ticket vendor was very dismissive and didn't think they should...More
This is a small museum but was perfect for a short outing. We took two rides on two different trams and having the opportunity to compare equipment from different eras was very special. A tour of the street car room was fascinating. Perfect for young...More
I wouldn't make a point to travel to the trolley museum if it was far from my house, but at 20 minutes away, it was the perfect Friday afternoon outing with my two small children. Note: They are usually only open on weekends, but have...More
Terrific history of trolley cars, excellent museum store with many resources for purchase, and fun silent movies playing where trollers are seen in the background. The very best experience is taking the one-mile ride on one of the restored working cars. Spectacular ride with very...More
This is a great place to visit to learn about history, mission, and development of trolleys in the U.S. and around the world. It is a great place for "train" enthusiasts. Visitors also have a chance to ride in the operative trolley which takes passengers...More
Small Wondrous Gem! Admission includes all (unlimited trolley car rides) Museum: Conductor gives brief history and there for ?'s; self-guided, excellent history display, real trolley car layout (interactive), theatre (short movie) and Trolley Barn. Today's incredible weather we rode the boat trolley "BTS 606 trolley"...More
It is such a interesting museum. Saddened when the first museum burned down but this one SO much better. Parking, displays and trolleys are really better. To get to ride on their trolleys is the best part: to see and feel what trolleys were like...More
Went on a field trip with 3-4 year olds. The train ride is terrific! Saw lots of wild life-even on a rainy day. The museum itself is full of train/trolley/local memorabilia-the best part has to be the train ride.