Bring your camera equipment for our unique early-evening to dusk photographic opportunity!
Our meticulously restored antique trolley cars are a delight by day and lit-up jewels by night. Those on display with their lights on will include: Car 775 Connecticut, Car 850 New Orleans, Car 948 Atlanta (check out the red glass), and Car 2001 Montreal. Probably a few special cars as well! Click here to learn more.
This exciting program provides an opportunity for children 4 to 8 years of age to listen to a story in a real trolley car. The day begins with a trolley ride at 11AM (please be on time!) along our trolley line through the salt marsh possibly seeing Osprey, Herons, Egrets, Swans and other wildlife before returning to the trolley yard. Here, board our historic “Story Trolley” to listen to each week’s children’s story, read by one of our volunteer educators, followed by time to explore the other trolley cars on display. Click here to learn more.
The museum is open daily until Labor Day!
Come on down for a scenic trolley ride and to tour our barns with our expert trolley operators!
Regular museum admission rates:
Seniors (62+): $9.00
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.