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143

PATH car 143, saved from the ruins of the World Trade Center attack, is to become the centerpiece of a new 9/11 exhibit here at the Trolley Museum.

The hard-working volunteers of the museum still need to raise money to re­coup the expense to ship the PATH car, then raise $200,000+ needed to create a first-class exhibit that will help people for genera­tions to come learn about and reflect upon the events of 9-11-2001. Please click on the Do­nate tab above to make your gen­er­ous do­na­tion or check out our fund­raiser:

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Directions to the Museum

Take the New York State Thruway to Exit 19, Kingston. Follow the signs to the His­tor­ic Rondout Waterfront and the Urban Cul­tur­al Park. Make your way to the bottom of Broad­way and turn left. We're a quarter-​mile down East Strand on the left.

Driving time is about 2 hours from Man­hat­tan and 1 hour from Albany.

GPS tips

When punching our address into your GPS, you may need to enter it fully as 89 East Strand Street. Local people know it as East Strand or even just the Strand and don't think of it as a street.

A common GPS error shows that East Strand and Route 9W intersect; they do not! 9W is on a bridge over East Strand. Use Garraghan Drive to turn off 9W.

2017 Information:
Open weekends and holidays, May to October, Noon to 5PM, plus special events.

Museum Admission:
With Trolley Fare Included: Adults: $6.00, Children ages 6-12: $4.00, Children up to age 5: Free.

With Trolley Fare NOT Included: Adults: $4.00, Children ages 6-12: $2.00, Children up to age 5: Free.

You may also purchase discounted ticket packages for two or four people from Groupon! Click the logo below for details.

Trolley ride:
Departs Downtown (at 1 Broadway & T. R. Gallo Park) at 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30pm and departs Kingston Point at 1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00pm. During special events, the trolley schedule may differ.

At the museum:
Upstairs: Exhibits, gift shop, rest rooms, theater and a Brio train set for the kids to play with. Air conditioned!

Downstairs: Trolleys from Germany, Belgium, Sweden and Norway on display from the observation window upstairs. Due to restoration work going on with some of our transit cars, the shop floor is closed to visitors at this time.

Relax:
Your museum ticket is good all day. Bring your lunch or a snack, then sit and relax at the picnic tables av­ail­able at each of the three main stops on the trolley line: T. R. Gallo Park (good people and boat watch­ing), Kingston Point (good nature and water sport watch­ing) and the museum itself.

Special events

Watch this space for new events!

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