The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum was originally founded in Washington County in February of 1954 with just three trolleys. Today, the museum boasts a collection of nearly 50 cars, with over 600 members worldwide, 150 active volunteers, and over 30,000 visitors each year.

The mission of the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum is to preserve and perpetuate its collection of historic transportation equipment, artifacts, and archives and utilize the collection and other resources to provide an unparalleled immersive experience that brings the technology and culture of the Trolley Era alive through entertaining, educational, and diverse programming.

That’s the main appeal of the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum: visitors don’t just “see” the past up close; they “experience” it for themselves on an unforgettable ride through the countryside.

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