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Santa Trolley

November 26, 2023 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Santa waving as a red trolley (Red Arrow 66) pulls into the station (Richfol) behind him.

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum’s stockings are hung by the trolleys with care with the knowledge that Santa Claus will soon be there! While aboard a beautifully restored antique streetcar, visitors will get to meet Santa Claus and a few of his friends! Santa will be happy to have visitors take his picture, so make sure you remember to bring your camera. You can also stop by the museum’s large Lionel toy train layout, view the wonderful LEGO layout built by Steel City Lug, Pittsburgh Area’s Adult LEGO User Group. Children can do a holiday craft and everyone can enjoy complimentary hot chocolate and cookies. Tickets include a second festive trolley ride aboard the Yuletide Shuttle. For the first time, we will also have our Trolley Display Building open during Santa Trolley so visitors can enjoy the rest of our collection as well!

We are grateful to our Santa Trolley Diamond Sponsor, Washington Financial Charitable Foundation, for their generous support.

This is a rain or shine event. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled departure time. When you arrive at the museum, check in at the ticket desk. Please note that children ages 2 and under require free tickets and must ride in the lap of an adult. The number of children under 3 cannot exceed the total of adult/senior tickets in your group.

Please note that this year, Santa Trolley will be our first event to utilize our new Welcome and Education Center – the address is: 1 Electric Way, Washington, PA 15301.


Tickets on sale for members starting Monday, October 2nd! On sale for the general public starting Monday, October 9th.

Adults $20, Seniors $19, Children $18, 2 and under require free tickets and must ride in the lap of an adult.


November 26, 2023
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
A Collection of Nearly 50 Cars and Counting

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