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Open Today! 9:30AM-4:30PM

August 10 - August 14

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Antique trolley is parked alongside Tower C, a historic artifact built in 1901 from the Boston Elevated Railway.

Take a ride on trolleys preserved in the world’s first and largest transit collection of its kind.

Seashore Trolley Museum, located in beautiful Kennebunkport, ME, is the world’s first and largest electric railway museum! Take a ride on our heritage railway on board restored trolleys from the early 1900s. Explore our 350-acre campus, three trolley carhouses, our restoration shop, and many other collections and displays before and/or after your scheduled ride. Your ticket is good all day and includes unlimited trolley rides. We are open from 9:30AM-4:30PM. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy!

Trolleys depart from our Visitors Center boarding platform at 9:45AM, 10:30AM, 11:15AM, 12:00PM, 12:45PM, 1:30PM, 2:15PM, 3:00PM, and 3:45PM.

When our trolleys were built and originally operated in the early 1900s, consideration was not given to travelers with mobility challenges. All trolleys have steps into the trolley, and some have additional interior steps. We have a Mobilift to help our guests with mobility issues access some of the trolleys in our collection. Two of these trolleys will be operating this season: Wheeling, WV 639 and Boston Elevated 5821. If you or a member of your group would like to use the Mobilift to access the trolleys operating on our railroad, please call in advance to let us know (207-967-2800 x113) so we can have the trolley and Mobilift ready for you upon your arrival.

Review our internal policies and our most up-to-date guest COVID-19 policies at https://trolleymuseum.org/learn/bylaws-policies/covid-19-policies

For questions or suggestions or to transfer tickets, please contact our Executive Director at (207) 967-2800 x101 or [email protected] Buy ticket graphic

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Start:
August 10
End:
August 14

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