Connecticut Trolley Museum

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About Connecticut Trolley Museum, East Windsor

The Connecticut Trolley Museum is the oldest incorporated museum dedicated to electric railroading in the United States, as it was founded in 1940. The museum is located in East Windsor, Connecticut, and is open to the public April through December, featuring static and moving displays, and self-guided tours of the state's trolley history. Also located on the same property is the Connecticut Fire Museum which exhibits antique fire apparatus and motor coaches.

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Welcome to the page of Connecticut Trolley Museum. This is a place of interest in the city of East Windsor in United States. Connecticut Trolley Museum is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of East Windsor.

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  • Delightful indoor and outdoor exhibits, rides on multiple trolleys, climb aboard many of the stationary cars. A window on a previous era bringing history to life. Fun for railroad buffs and kids of all ages.

  • I had a great experience there. There would be three trolleys running on three miles of track. There would be only one track the most of the way. The admission isn't bad considering you would get to freely walk around the grounds and get unlimited rides on the trolleys. Inside the main building, there are several trolleys inside for display. A few of is accessible to the public. Behind the main building, there is the Kelly Barn and the Connecticut Fire Museum. The barn is simply where the trolleys are kept. In the fire museum, there are many fire trucks and several buses. Overall, the volunteers who worked at this museum did a good job at building, maintaining and everything else that goes into this museum. As their motto goes: Volunteers are not paid because they are worthless; but because they are priceless.

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  • Great little place. Kids had a blast at a birthday party here, riding the trolleys and walking around some of the old street cars.

  • Super fun, my daughter loved it. Great place to bring the kids and really fair prices.

  • If you enjoy history and rides on antique trollies it's a great place to visit!

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