SEASHORE TROLLEY MUSEUM
Founded in 1939, the Seashore Trolley Museum has grown into the largest electric railway museum in the world with a collection representing almost every major American city that had a streetcar system.
See the beginning of mass transportation from the omnibus to the development of the electric streetcar, and follow the progress to today's buses, light rail vehicles, and rapid transit cars.
Take a tour around our property, you'll find a multitude of displays to show the history behind mass transportation.
Explore our three exhibit carbarns and then witness the restoration process of a streetcar from the observation gallery in our restoration shop.
Hands down, the favorite part of a visit to the Seashore Trolley Museum is the chance to ride a streetcar out along a rebuilt portion of the Atlantic Shore Line Railway, once an electric interurban route.
Our volunteers will place you into the bygone era and explain why and where you would be riding a trolley to in the early 1900s.
Open May-Oct. 10am to 5pm.