Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum
  • Hours: Apr.-May; Sept-mid Dec.; F-Su: 10-4; June-Aug.; Th-Su; 10-4
  • 1 Museum Rd.
  • Washington, PA 15301
  • Phone: 724-228-9256
  • Fax: 724-228-9675
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Adult Admission: $10
Child Admission: $7 (3-15); under 2 FREE
Senior Admission: $9, (62+)
Group Size: 20/200

Take a ride into the past at the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum! Imagine a Museum where visitors are actually encouraged to touch the exhibits and ride in them too! We are a lot more than a trolley ride; our museum guides will put the trolley in its historical context, and explain what life was like 50-100 years ago. Admission includes 4-mile scenic trolley rides, exhibits, guided tour, theater, museum store and picnic area. Free parking.

As part of the Blue Star Museums Program, admission to the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum will be free for all active duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The free admission program is available to any bearer of a Geneva Convention Common Access Card (CAC), a DD Form 1173 ID Card, or a DD Form 1173-1 ID Card, which includes active duty military personnel—and up to five of their immediate family members—in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard, and Reserve.

2017 Hours:
April & May, September to mid-December: Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm
June, July & August: Open every day 10am-4pm*
*Note that no tours or trolley operate on Mondays except 7/3 and 8/14

Admission: $10 Adults, $9 Seniors (62+), $7 Children (3-15), 2 and under are Free

Last tour is at 3pm

Check website for admission prices and hours for special events

Directions: Take I-79 to Exit 41 Race Track Road and follow the Museum signs 3 miles. Street Address is 1 Museum Road, Washington, Pa 15301-6133

Information: 724-228-9256 or website

  • Group Rates Available
  • Parking Available
  • Free Parking
  • Motorcoach Parking
  • ADA Accessible

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum
24 Reviews

Latest Review

Arlene M.
Take a trip back in time when trolleys were your inexpensive means of transportation as opposed to trains. Your paid admission entitles you to look around a...

Matthew U.
Visiting this place really makes you wish that trolleys were still in use in many cities and towns across the nation. However there area only a few that...

Amy J.
This is a wonderful place to get to learn and explore trolleys. It's a very laid back setting. One of my brothers use to always have his birthday parties...