Saturday, September 14th is Barry Stout Day at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum!

Come celebrate the life and legacy of the late Senator J. Barry Stout, who was a dear friend, supporter, and advocate for the museum. We will be unveiling our plans for our future Barry Stout Park.

Saturday, September 14th, 10AM to 4PM

Free admission all day long!*

*TICKETS MUST BE RESERVED ONLINE THROUGH SHOWCLIX.

Our events have sold out in the past and there are only a select number of tickets available.*

Click logo to check online ticket availability:

https://pa-trolley.org/5361-2/

Ride Trolley to the Washington County Fair!

Park’N’Ride to the Washington County Agricultural Fair

Sunday, August 11 through Saturday, August 17

Guests can park at these locations and board the trolley for a ride to the Fair.
10am until 11pm:

  • Eaton parking lot at 2800 North Main Street
  • Main Museum Location: 1 Museum Road, across from the fairgrounds.
    At this location visitors can purchase Park’N’Ride tickets or purchase regular admission tickets to the museum

The cost to Park ‘n’ Ride is $3 per person, children under the age of 3 are free.
*This fee does not include admission to the fair or to the museum.

Trolleys will depart from their stations every 15 minutes and tickets are good for multiple trips throughout the day of purchase.

The cost of Admission to the museum is:

  • $10 for adults
  • $9 for seniors (62+)
  • $7 per child (3-15)
  • Park’N’Ride tickets may be upgraded to regular museum admission prices by paying the difference

o   Regular admission includes Museum exhibits, a film on the Trolley Era and guided tours of some of the Museum’s trolleys in the Trolley Display Building.  The museum will be open special event hours of 10:00AM-5:00PM each day with the last tour leaving at 3:00PM.

The Washington County Fair will have a ticket table set up at the Eaton Parking Lot location from 5:00-8:00 PM. Visitors there will be able to purchase their tickets to the Fair and their Park’N’Ride passes all in one convenient location.

 

Temporary Detour ! ! ! July 19 – July 24

Beginning Friday, July 19, 2019 and running through Wednesday, July 24, North Main Street will be closed near the Museum affecting all visitors to the Museum.

This detour will be in place to allow replacement of a short bridge on North Main Street, just beyond its intersection with McClane Farm Road.

The map below shows the best detour for accessing PTM from all points North-South-East and West.

NOTICE: The speed limit on Allison Hollow Road is 25 mph which, is strictly enforced by local police.

Visitors coming from the City of Washington can follow North Main Street to reach the Museum.

To follow this detour proceed west on Race Track Road from Interstate 79 Exit 41.

At the Pike Street intersection proceed straight ahead to Allison Hollow Road.

Follow Allison Hollow Road (25mph) for 2 miles to the T intersection with Old Hickory Ridge Road and Turn Left.

Follow Old Hickory Ridge Road to North Main Street and Turn Right.

The Museum is 200 feet on the Left.

Anything on Wheels at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Anything 0n Wheels at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

June 22 & 23:

Saturday, June 22- Truck Show—ALL DAY and the Parades of Trolleys at 11, 1 and 3.

  • Guests can gather around the Richfol Station platform as Bruce Wells narrates each trolley’s history!

  • First parade:11:00AM- PTM Trolleys from Philadelphia, Cincinnati and New Orleans

  • Second parade:1:00PM- Special Purpose Trolley Cars (snow sweeper, crane car, line car)

  • Third parade: 3:00PM- Trolleys of Pittsburgh

Sunday, June 23- Classic Car Show

10:00AM-5:00PM

  • Walk amongst the WWII Encampment

  • Enjoy food from the Hott Dawgz food truck

  • Steel City LUGS Pittsburgh Area Adult  LEGO User Group Display

  • Pittsburgh Garden Railways display

  • DJ Judy Chickis will be playing amazing music

  • Children’s activities: games, Spin Art

Admission:

Adults- $10

Seniors- $9 (Ages 62+)

Children- $7 (Ages 3-15)

*Admission includes all activities: the Trolley Era introductory film, exhibits, unlimited trolley rides, and a tour of the Trolley Display Building and a visit to the Wexford Trolley Station.

The Museum welcomes those would like to display a vehicle during the show. Pre-registration is not required and there is no fee, though contributions are welcome. Vehicles should arrive before 10am, with the first 50 arrivals receiving a dash plaque. All registrants receive two complimentary tickets!

Those interested in registering their vehicles can contact Maddy Cline, Visitor Services Manager at 724-884-0282 or visitorservices@patrolley.org.

All vehicle registrants will receive 2 free admission tickets to the museum and the first 100 vehicle will receive a Dash Plaque.

For more information

visitorservices@patrolley.org or 724-228-9256 ext. 303 for more information

Museum Hours

The museum is open 6 days a week during June, July and August.

Tuesday-Sunday 10AM – 4PM (last tour 3PM)

with Trolley Rides and Tours also available – July 4 and August 12 (during Washington County Fair.

Breakfast with Daniel

Breakfast with Daniel:

Interested in spending more time with Daniel Tiger?

We also offer Breakfast with Daniel Tiger. Breakfast with Daniel Tiger Includes hot buffet breakfast and same day admission to Daniel Tiger’s Weekend at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

  • Breakfast times are: 8:30AM-10:00AM

  • Ticket price for breakfast: $35 per person ages 1 and up.

  • Breakfast dates are: May 11-12 and May 18-19.

*Advance reservations are required and seating is limited.

Get advance reservations at ShowClix®.

Breakfast with Daniel Tiger !  Saturday and Sundays only

Daniel Tiger’s Weekend at Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Daniel Tiger’s Weekend at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum 2019

Friday-Sunday, May 10-12 and May 17-19
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 10-12 and Friday, Saturday Sunday, May 17-19 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 (babies in arms) are free.

Get advance reservations at ShowClix®.

*ADVANCED TICKETS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! TROLLEYS ARE LIMITED CAPACITY. ONCE TIME PERIODS ARE SOLD OUT ONLINE, WE WILL NOT HAVE ANY WALK-IN TICKETS FOR THOSE SPECIFIC TIME PERIODS. THANK YOU!*

  • Trolleys depart at your ticketed time. Please arrive approximately 15-20 minutes before your scheduled time to collect your boarding pass in the main Visitor Area.

 

*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.

Scout Merit Badge Workshop

Boy Scout and Girl Scout Days  at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum June 8, 2019 All youth, including homeschoolers & honors, ages 11-18 years, are welcome to participate in any class

Choose from classes following the badge requirements for:
•Boy Scout Electricity: 9 AM – Noon,  or 1 PM – 4 PM
•Girl Scout Financial Literacy-series: All Day, 9 AM – 4 PM
•Boy Scout Personal Management (Eagle): All Day, 9 AM – 4 PM
•Boy Scout Railroading: 9 AM – Noon, or 1 PM – 4 PM
•Free:  Boy Scout Reading and/or Scholarship  no class session, all pre/post req, bring or send your paperwork

Railroading, Electricity, and Personal Management are STEAM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) Boy Scouts may earn Reading and or Scholarship by submitting ALL requirements to the counselor (Mr. Herrington) Curriculum follows the Boy Scout and/or Girl Scout badge requirements, but all youth ages 11-18 may attend any badge To Register: Visit www. PA-Trolley.org, & click on the ShowClix link

Sorry NO REFUNDS

All badges = $15 each  (excluding Reading and Scholarship (=$0)

All Adults = $9

Space is limited, past events have sold out

Your space is “reserved” after you purchase your ShowClix ticket

Check the website for Badge Prerequisites rev 03/12/19

Save the Dates for 2019

6/8/19, 7/6/19, 11/2/19

Register for sessions online, click the showclix link below

Bunny Trolley at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

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

Friday-Sunday, April 12-14 & Friday-Saturday, April 19-20

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)

Click ShowClix logo to buy tickets on-line:

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Winterfest 2019

Click here or photo to download the registration form: Winterfest 2019 Registration Form

WINTERFEST 2019 at New York Museum of Transportation

Come join us On February 15 and 16, 2019 to ride and operate our two Strafford cars 161 and 168. We will be open for volunteers and staff from area museums with trolley operations mid-afternoon on Friday, with rides and the traditional pizza dinner at NYMT. On Saturday, we will offer guest operation of cars 161 and 168 during the day with a connecting train ride to Rochester and Genesee Valley Railroad Museum where you may inspect ongoing restoration work on Rochester Subway car 60. Our Saturday dinner will be off-site, and Winterfest 2019 will conclude there with an after- dinner slide show by NYMT President Charlie Lowe, covering the Rochester Subway in the 1950s and in-service photos cars that are preserved today at museums. Original slides in the show will be from his extensive private collection.

Cost for the entire event is $35.00 which covers pizza on Friday night, Saturday coffee and hot cocoa, submarine sandwich lunch, and the Saturday evening Banquet. If you cannot be at the entire event, we can provide “a la carte” pricing: $8 for the pizza dinner; $9 for lunch on Saturday; and $18 for dinner on Saturday.

We have reserved a block of rooms at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Airport (175 Jefferson Road, Rochester, NY 14523; (585) 475-1910) which is about 5 miles from our Museum and has a first-class breakfast buffet included in your room price of $92 + tax. Rooms will be held until January 25th. These rooms have two double beds, so you can share a room and split the cost with a friend.

Information for guest operation of cars at NYMT: As in 2009, we will again be offering Guest Operation of our Strafford cars. Our cars feature M24C brake valves and C36C master controllers with automatic sequencing. The master controllers have their parallel notches blocked out of service, but there really isn’t anyplace to go much faster than 20 mph on our line anyway! Those wishing to guest operate our cars are asked to attend a Guest Operator’s Meeting in the NYMT Gallery on Saturday morning from 9:00 to 9:30. With the severity of the grades (3.5%) and curves (24°) on our line, we are asking that those who guest operate our cars tell us about their previous operating experience. (We can handle inexperienced guest operators but we would like to do that near the end of the day and on northbound runs.) Guest Operator’s will be issued a 3” x 5” card with the NYMT Trainmaster’s approval to operate. A half-run (southbound or northbound) will be available to you on a 20-minute headway since we will be operating one car on the line while the other is loading; sign-ups will need to be made with our Dispatcher. Please make sure you are on your car 10 minutes before departure time from NYMT so your pilot can brief you on details of operating our cars).

Please make checks payable to “New York Museum of Transportation” and mail to: New York Museum of Transportation, Attn.: Winterfest 2019, P.O. Box 136, West Henrietta, NY 14586. For our Canadian friends, please make necessary adjustments for the exchange rate. So that we may best plan for Winterfest, please ensure your payment has arrived by February 8, 2018.

If you have any questions about Winterfest 2019, please contact Carlos Mercado at Cmercado@rochester.rr.com or (585) 507-8778. NYMT is located at 6393 East River Rd., Rush, NY, and the museum’s web site is www.nymtmuseum.org.