Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

1 Museum Rd, Washington, PA 15301

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The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum near Washington, PA is “more than a ride, it’s an experience”, as they say. The mission of the museum is to present and educate about the trolley area. Come explore the visitor’s center and ride the trolley throughout the grounds, exploring the buildings and exhibits onsite. The trolley museum is known for it’s events, especially around the holidays. The “Santa Trolley”, “Bunny Trolley” and “Pumpkin Patch Trolley” are always hits with kids.

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