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Father’s Day at Seashore

June 20

Calling all Fathers! Come out to the Seashore Trolley Museum on Sunday, June 20th to celebrate with us and get FREE Admission! Father to a human? Free Admission. Father to a pet? Free Admission.  Pick up your free boarding pass at the door, at our Museum Store.

What do you get for the man who has everything? It’s a challenge. Why put the family through all that stress when you can give dad Father’s Day at Seashore. Take a leisurely ride on our main line out to Talbott Park. You can commune with nature as you travel the way they used to more than a century ago.

If you enjoy riding these beautifully restored “time machines” on wheels you may like to see where the magic happens. Behind the Scenes tours of our Donald G. Curry Restoration Shop will be offered between 11:00AM and 1:00PM (COVID-restrictions permitting). Perhaps you have seen our work from the gallery and wished you could get closer. Now is your chance. Walk around these beautiful behemoths as we show you what we do. Get up close to these magnificent works of engineering and craftsmanship as we undo the ravages of time.

There is always a bonus or two on these special days. On Father’s Day at Seashore, what is likely the smallest car in our operating fleet will make an appearance. The Pump Car. Maybe you have seen it on previous visits and it has piqued your curiosity. Perhaps you have dreamed of cruising like the Keystone Kops did over 100 years ago. For only $2 per person you can take a turn at hand-powering our vintage pump car. You will be supervised by one of our qualified staff on a dedicated section of track. Not everyone has to pump, so let dad enjoy the ride on his special day. It’s going to be a GREAT time–you won’t want to miss it! Tickets can be purchased at the door.

 

child play answering an antique telephone

Details

Date:
June 20

Venue

Seashore Trolley Museum
195 Log Cabin Road
Kennebunkport, ME 04046 United States
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Phone:
(207) 967-2800
Website:
https://trolleymuseum.org