Pennsylvania September 17, 2016
There’s A Magical Trolley Ride In Pennsylvania That Most People Don’t Know About
Sometimes we’re in such a hurry to get where we’re going that we forget to slow down and enjoy the journey. Enjoy a slower pace on an old-fashioned,
magical trolley ride in Pennsylvania as you get a spectacular view of the landscape that slowly passes by.
Travel back to a simpler time when you visit the Rockhill Trolley Museum in Rockhill Furnace.
Discover the magic of the trolley's history in Pennsylvania by viewing the collection housed at the museum. Snap photos of such historic trolleys as the 1946 St. Louis Car Company PCC, the 1912 Brill Open Car, and the 1895 Jackson & Sharp Suburban.
But, the real magic begins when you climb aboard one of the trolleys for an authentic trolley ride complete with the gentle dinging of the trolley bell that alerts you your journey is about to begin.
The Rockhill Trolley Museum hosts visitors Saturdays and Sundays from the end of May through October. Purchase tickets for an authentic trolley ride from 11 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Embrace the shorter autumn days with a visit to the trolley museum. Pick pumpkins at the pumpkin patch before boarding your trolley on October 15 and 16.
Dress up for a special Halloween trolley ride the weekends of October 22 and 23 and October 29 and 30. Kids who wear their Halloween costume ride for free with a paying adult.
Regular trolley rides may end for the season at the end of October, but fear not. As the snow falls, the trolleys in Rockhill welcome kids of all ages to join the Polar Express, an evening ride aboard a festively decorated trolley.
Snap photos of the Christmas decorations as you slowly pass by on your holiday trolley. The Polar Express runs November 25-26, December 2-3, and December 9-10 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Or, enjoy a Christmas ride that culminates with a personal visit from Santa and a gift for each of the kids. Santa's Trolley runs December 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Make memories aboard the Polar Express or Santa's Trolley to last until the spring of 2017 when another famous fella will make an appearance...
The Easter Bunny joins trolley riders for a day of fun that includes balloon art and face painting, building excitement for the official start of the 2017 trolley season at the end of May.
Visit the Rockhill Trolley Museum and embark on a truly magical trolley ride in Pennsylvania. If you enjoy unique experiences, you’ll also want to check out this
train in Pennsylvania that’s actually a restaurant and a motel.