Wear your costume, ride the trolleys and enjoy super crafts with your favorite Super Heroes
Legend has it that somewhere in the woods at the end of the trolley tracks lurk the things that nightmares are made of. This fall a lonely trolley will carry passengers down the tracks to the gate. The choice is yours… enter if you dare!
Bring the kids to Pumpkin Patch for a great fall activity
Looking for a close by educational trip for your classroom or camp? Consider bringing them to the Shore Line Trolley Museum. We are located in East Haven, a mile and a half from I-95. We are a 501(c)3 educational facility. Not only will children get a re-live a time period considered to be the golden age of transportation, they will get an education about how trolley cars were in almost every town in Connecticut and the impact they had in making Connecticut grow from late 1800’s through the end of World War II. Click here to learn more.
The Shore Line Trolley Museum
17 River Street
East Haven, CT 06512 USA
Map and directions
Regular museum admission rates:
Seniors (62+): $7.00
Children (ages 2-15): $7.00
Some special events have different ticket prices — for details, please consult the specific event page.
Your ticket includes all-day access to the museum, including unlimited rides on the historic trolley line, tours of the trolley display buildings, and access to our indoor museum exhibit room.
Online tickets purchased for specific events may be exchanged at their face value for alternate events. Private event deposits are fully refundable if cancelled prior to 48 hours before the event. Private event deposits can also be exchanged for future events. Membership fees are non-refundable.
Enjoy a three mile leisurely round trip onboard a restored historic trolley car through the scenic Branford salt marshes near Long Island Sound.
Learn about the history of trolley development and trolleys in Connecticut and beyond from our expert trolley operators/tour guides.
Tour our trolley display buildings and our indoor exhibit room to understand how trolleys played a role in the development of America as we know it today.