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Welcome to the web pages of the

Trolley Museum
of New York

Trolley Ride—Exhibits—Gift Shop

89 East Strand, P.O. Box 2291, Kingston, NY 12402
Telephone: (845) 331-3399

Ride a historic trolley—See the scenic Hudson River!

Important information at a glance

  • Open: Weekends and Holidays from May 10 to Oct. 13 (Columbus Day), Noon to 5 p.m., plus special events
  • Regular admission includes trolley ride and museum exhibits: Adults $6.00, Seniors (62+) $4.00, Children (6-12) $4.00, Children 5 and under free.
  • Museum exhibits only: $2.00 all ages except children 5 and under free.

Charter the trolley! — Memberships available! — Volunteers always needed! — Sign Up!

What's new?

The Hudson Valley Large Scale Railroad Club trains are still here!

updatedThe model trains set up in the museum gallery by the Hudson Valley Large Scale Railroad Club were a big success. Kids of all ages and their parents love to see the trains running through the museum. As a result, the set up will remain for the rest of the Summer.

Don McClatchey
Don McClatchey

Goodbye to a long-time friend of the museum

I am saddened to report that Donald McClatchey passed away on June 19 at his home. Don was a long-time member of the museum, occasional board member, and worked on the restoration of Brooklyn PCC 1000. His loss will be felt keenly by all those who knew him, as he was a kind, thoughtful, generous and very caring person.

The ATRRM was in Kingston!

The Trolley Museum of New York hosted the annual Spring meeting of the Association of Tourist Railways and Railway Museums for the first time this April 4-5. We had over 50 people attend from some of North America's top railway attractions.

The following people spoke to the group to share information: Tobe Carey, Steve Finkle, Ernie Hunt and Stan Madyda.

TMNY and the ATRRM would like to thank the sponors who helped significantly reduce the cost for attendees: Rail Events, McCarthy Insurance, HMBD Insurance, Bella Terra Publishing and the City of Kingston. April 2014

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Photo credits: J. McGrew, C. Hartwell, S. Ladin, R. McKight, A. Hughes, E. Jennings
The TMNY web site has been available since April 3, 1995. is maintained by Evan Jennings.