The Seashore Trolley Museum’s campus currently occupies over 330 acres and offers a living history of the transit and transportation industry. Located on this campus, you will experience the following:
The Visitors’ Center contains a gift shop, ticket booth, snack bar, and a 1600 square foot gallery displaying many artifacts related to trolleys and mass transit.
Fully restored and operational trolleys, buses, railcars and locomotives are on display in three carbarns.
An observation deck overlooking the Town House Restoration Shop allows you a bird’s eye view of current restorative projects in the making.
Ride the rails in an actual restored and fully operational trolley and enjoy spectacular scenery from the Visitors’ Center for a mile and a half to Talbot Park and back.
Whether you are a history buff, or you just want to enjoy a leisurely trolley ride in the beautiful Maine countryside, the Seashore Trolley Museum is a “must see” destination.