Daniel Tiger’s Weekend at Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Daniel Tiger’s Weekend at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Friday-Sunday, May 11-13 and May 18-20
10:00 AM- 5:00 PM

(Last trolley leaves at 4:00PM!)

Join us as we welcome Daniel Tiger, from the hit PBS KIDS series “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” to the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum for his special weekend!

• Bring a camera and enjoy a photo opportunity with Daniel Tiger.
• Ride a beautifully restored antique trolley
• Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 11-13 and Friday, Saturday Sunday, May 18-20 from 10AM to 5PM.

• Activities include: a PBS Kids outreach table, children’s games and complimentary refreshments.

• Admission is:

$15 for adults
$13 for seniors (62+)
$15 for children (ages 1-15), under 1 are free.

Fridays are reduced price dates with $3 off per ticket if tickets are purchased via ShowClix

Get advance reservations at ShowClix®.

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Breakfast with Daniel Tiger !  Saturday and Sundays only

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*Please note:  advance tickets are not refundable.  They may be exchanged if this is done in advance of the date and time for which they are sold.  To exchange tickets contact: ShowClix Customer Service at: 1-888-718-4253.

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Bunny Trolley at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Bunny Trolley will be coming to Pennsylvania Trolley Museum sooner than you think!

Friday-Sunday, March 23-25 & Friday-Saturday, March 30-31

A certain Bunny is hopping his way to the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum!

Come and ride a restored antique trolley to visit the Bunny

Trolleys will be departing for the Trolley Display Building and Bunny Egg Patch every 20 minutes. While there, tour the museum’s collection of antique trolleys.

Be sure to also visit the live bunnies that the 4Leaf 4-H Club brings for you to meet.

Make a springtime craft and enjoy complimentary refreshments in the museum’s Events Room.

Admission:
$12-Adults
$10-Seniors (ages 62+)
$10- Children (ages 1-15)

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The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum opens for the year with Bunny Trolley.
Ride a restored antique streetcar, see the 4-H club’s live bunnies, play kid’s games, enjoy popcorn and make a spring-time craft. Bring your camera for photo opportunities with the Bunny!
March 23-25, 30-31, 10AM – 5PM (last trolley leaves at 4PM)
Admission: $12 Adults, $10 Seniors (ages 62+), $10 Children (ages 1-15)

Closed for the Season

2018 Western Pennsylvania Trolley calendar

The 2018 Western Pennsylvania Trolley Calendar AVAILABLE NOW!!!

Contact Dianna – store@pa-trolley.org or call 724-228-9256
Price $12 + shipping, discount for PTM members.

Below are samples of this year’s images…
(actual pages are not watermarked)

Wexford Trolley Station

Wexford Harmony Route Station is restored and open for inspection during all Special Events.

This building started life after construction of the Pittsburgh Harmony Butler & New Castle Railway in 1908.  It is a wooden interurban trolley station that originally served trolley passengers, and later postal and deli customers.  Its interesting history includes the 23 years it was used as a freight/passenger station for the Harmony Route, its relocation to the corner of Wexford-Bayne Road and Old Perry Highway in the village of Wexford in 1931, and its 83 years’ use as a post office, antique store, craft shop and deli.  The exhibit includes the details of the building’s relocation to the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in 2015.
The Wexford station building is remarkably well preserved and really helps to tell the fascinating story of interurban trolley service from Pittsburgh into the North Hills and nearby towns such as Evan City, Butler, Harmony, Zelienople, Ellwood City, Beaver Falls and New Castle where it connected to systems reaching Youngstown, Cleveland and Toledo.  Always on exhibit at its location adjacent to the Trolley Display Building and will be open to visitors during special events.

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Wexford Station as seen from the Cole Farm. Photo by Mr. Cole, collection of Joe Bullick, North Allegheny Historical Museum

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Wexford Post Office Deli, March 2014.

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