There's A Magical Trolley Ride In New York That Most People Don't Know About
Just one of the many incredible places you can stop to visit along the Hudson River, the city of Kingston has a long history of being a scenic area to explore. While you may have thought it’d be impossible to ever take a ride on a true trolley ever again, you thought wrong. At the Trolley Museum of New York you can hop onboard a magical ride that most people in our state don’t even know about!
The Trolley Museum of New York, also known as the TMNY, has long been apart of Kingston's waterfront history.
The museum itself is hiding away in a building that looks quite unsuspecting. If it wasn't for the trolley rail lines leading up to the museum, the entire attraction may have remained unnoticed!
How to get here: 89 East Strand Street Kingston, NY 12401
The museum features a historic trolley ride that runs for nearly 2-miles down the road.
One of the great things about enjoying the waterfront area of Kingston and its other popular attractions, is that there are plenty of picnic tables for visitors to choose from!
The trolley ride features 3 main stops that are worth taking the trip back in time to.
So, where exactly can you get off and on this ride? The trolley line features the museum, Kingston Point and also the T.R. Gallo Memorial Park! From the area's fascinating history to it's beautiful waterfront views and attractions, you won't regret taking a ride on this New York trolley.
Open now until Columbus Day, the Trolley Museum of New York is available to visit on the weekends and holidays!
A great place to take a day trip, here's all the information you'll need so you can start planning your next getaway! The trolley departs from Downtown at 12:30PM, 1:30PM, 2:30PM AND 3:30PM, it also departs Kingston Point at 1PM, 2PM, 3PM and 4pm.
Hours: 12PM until 5PM
Admission to the museum (including the trolley riude): Adults: $6 dollars / Children Ages 6 - 12: $4 dollars.
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