Plan Your Visit

Take a Ride into the Past at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum. Your visit will include a four mile round trip along our scenic track, a tour of the Trolley Display Building, self-guided exploration of our exhibits, and so much more!


10:00am to 4:00pm
*Last Tickets Sold 3:00pm
April, May, September-December: Friday through Sunday
June-August: Tuesday through Sunday


Closed Mondays except Memorial Day, Labor Day, and during the Washington County Fair.


We are closed seasonally (January-March) and on Easter Day. We finish our season after our Santa Trolley event and close for the remainder of December.


Adults $13
Seniors (ages 62+) $12
Children (3-15) $11
Under 3 Free
Members Free


Tickets are available when you arrive at the museum. Advance tickets are currently not available for general admission.


Please note admission rates may vary for certain special events and programs.

Please note that our hours and admission prices sometimes vary for events. Several of our events will have advance ticketing available. We encourage you to purchase event tickets ahead of time as many of these events sell out.


To prepare for your visit, please be advised the tour and the ride require walking, as well as step climbing in order to board our historic cars.The steps on and off of these cars can be tall. For assistance in climbing aboard, please feel free to ask your motorman/guide for portable steps and assistance. We are able to accommodate wheelchairs on some of our streetcars. If you are able to, please provide 24 hours advance notice of your planned visit, in order to give our volunteers time to prepare to receive you. Call 724-228-9256.


The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum is located roughly 28 miles south of Pittsburgh, PA and 3 miles north of Washington, PA. We are convenient to both I-70 and I-79 and just four miles from gaming at Meadows Racetrack & Casino and shopping at Tanger Outlets. Please consult Google Maps, Waze, or your GPS device to find the fastest route to the Museum.

Other Ways To Visit


Visitor parking is always free at the Museum. Please do not leave valuables in your vehicle as we are not responsible for lost or stolen items while you are visiting.

Public Transportation

You can use Freedom Transit’s County Line A to reach the Museum from Washington, PA.

A Collection of Nearly 50 Cars and Counting

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