58 North Road, East Windsor, CT
Group enjoying their visit to the Connecticut Trolley Museum

Group Visits

Visitors experience living history at the nation's oldest incorporated organization dedicated to the preservation of the trolley era, riding in vintage electric streetcars on a 3.2 mile round trip portion of the Rockville Branch of the Hartford & Springfield Street Railway Company.

  • Tour the large Visitor Center with static trolley cars, exhibits, artifacts, a theater showing a trolley themed movie and a gift shop to but that 'special' souvenir.
  • Visit the Fire Truck Museum with 15 fire trucks dating back to 1923. Learn more about the Fire Truck Museum's collection along with historic fire fighting equipment (admission included with admission to the Trolley Museum).
  • Visit the Museum's Trolley Maintenance & Restoration Shop for a behind-the-scenes tour.

Schedule - open from February through December for scheduled group visits. The Trolley Museum is open from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM, rain or shine, with the last group visit scheduled for 3:00 PM.

Tours with a Museum Guide can be customized for your group. The average group spends 90 minutes to 2 hours at the Trolley Museum.

Download the Group Flyer

Group Admission Rates

Groups of 20 or more guests can receive a special discount on admission. If you come by bus, drivers of the group receive complimentary admission.

General Admission
Children (under 2)
Children (2-11)
Youth (12-17)
Seniors (62+)

To schedule a visit to the trolley museum during non-event days, please book your group reservation at least two weeks prior to your visit. Someone from the trolley museum will then confirm your reservation.

Book Your Group Reservation

Visiting During Special Events

Groups looking to visit during the trolley museum's special events need to email the office or call the museum office to schedule their reservation at 860-627-6540.

School Field Trips

Planning a field trip to the trolley museum?

Learn More

Scout Troops

Is your boy or girl scout troop looking for a program activity?

Learn More

Connecticut Trolley Museum