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Electric City Trolley Excursions

Electric City Trolley Excursions

Electric City Trolley Excursions

  • April 18, 2024 - October 27, 2024
  • 300 Cliff Street, Scranton, PA 18503
  • (570) 963-6590
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Take a trip on a vintage electric trolley car! The scenic route follows a portion of the former Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley (Laurel Line) Railroad right-of-way as it parallels Roaring Brook proceeds past the Historic Iron Furnaces and continues through the Crown Avenue Tunnel, at 4747 feet long, one of the longest interurban tunnels ever built.

Proceed to PNC Field, home of the SWB RailRiders, on Montage Mountain, where you'll prepare for your return ride back to the Trolley Museum. After your excursion, head into the museum and explore the vintage trolleys and the gift shop!

EXCURSION SCHEDULE (Thursday through Sunday)

The excursion schedule may change depending on special character excursions. Please call the Electric City Trolley Museum to confirm excursion times.

  • 10:30 AM
  • 12:00 PM
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM


The Electric City Trolley Museum will also have limited general public excursion departures on Sundays when Special Baseball Excursions travel to the SWB RailRiders! The trolley will depart at 12:15 PM on the following dates: May 26th, June 9th, June 23rd, June 30th, July 28th, August 4th, August 18th, September 1st, and September 15th.


During the operating season, the trolley excursion will depart from the main passenger platform of the Steamtown National Historic Site. Please note that tickets for the trolley excursion are sold at the Trolley Museum building and are not available in the car. The trolley excursion boarding area is between the Trolley Museum building and the main Steamtown facilities.

Please call the museum at (570) 963-6590 in advance to verify scheduled hours or to inquire about chartering the trolley for a special excursion trip.

Event Details


PLEASE NOTE: Event information, dates, and times are subject to change. This is a public calendar; the Lackawanna County Visitors Bureau recommends contacting the event organizer for the most up-to-date information.