Electric City Trolley Museum
Located on the Steamtown National Historic Site grounds in a restored late 19th-century mill building, the Electric City Trolley Museum commemorates the first successfully operational electric-powered streetcar system in the U.S. You will enjoy the interactive exhibits and displays including vintage trolleys. Then climb aboard an authentic 1926 or 1932 antique trolley for a 5 ½ mile trip over Roaring Brook through the mile-long tunnel and along the original “Laurel Line”.
The Electric City Trolley Museum provides an in-depth look at the engineering, technology, and restoration of the legendary trolleys of the region.
May - October
During the operating season, the trolley excursion will depart from the main passenger platform of the Steamtown National Historic Site. Trips are scheduled at 10:30 AM, 12 PM, 1:30 PM, and 3 PM, Thursday - Sunday.
Please call the museum in advanced to verify schedule hours or to inquire about chartering the trolley for a special excursion.
INFO & HOURS
OPEN DAILY: 9 AM - 4 PM
Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day
Please call in advanced during snowstorms
LOCATION: 300 Cliff Street, Scranton, PA 18503
PHONE: (570) 963-6590
PARKING: On-site parking is available. The parking lot/museum entrance is on the grounds of the Steamtown National Historic Site, adjacent to Downtown Scranton.
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