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Hometown Thursday’s July 26, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

70 years ago, an era that lasted for over a half century ended in Connecticut.  The last day of passenger trolley service in New Haven was on September 25, 1948.

This year, the Shore Line Trolley Museum celebrates New Haven County with “Hometown Thursdays.” Every  Thursday in June, July and August, we’ll be celebrating a town in New Haven County with free resident admission on that day.  Come visit us on your hometown Thursday and receive free admission on your home town day!  Just present your valid resident ID or driver’s license. Click here to learn more about the Trolley Towns of Connecticut.

6/7  Southbury/Middlebury/Oxford

6/14  Cheshire/Prospect

6/21  Beacon Falls/Seymour/Naugatuck

6/28 Waterbury/Wolcott

7/5 Meriden/Wallingford

7/12 Orange/Bethany/Woodbridge

7/19  Ansonia/Derby

7/26 Guilford/Madison

8/2  Milford/West Haven

8/9 Branford/North Branford

8/16 New Haven

8/23 East Haven

8/30  Hamden/North Haven

July 26 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm


July 26
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
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The Shore Line Trolley Museum
17 River St.
East Haven, CT 06512 United States