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The Electric City Trolley Station and Museum

300 Cliff Street, Scranton, PA 18503
+1 570-963-6530
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A great place to see/experience history

I was there yesterday and is within walking distance to the Steamtown Mall. They have an excellent... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Greentown, Pennsylvania
suprisingly long tour!

I was very surprised at the length of the tour. it goes from the museum to the ballpark and back... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Deer Park, New York
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300 Cliff Street, Scranton, PA 18503
+1 570-963-6530
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Reviewed yesterday

I was there yesterday and is within walking distance to the Steamtown Mall. They have an excellent assortment of original trains/equipment/artifacts to keep both old and young children interested. This is an original site (built 1800s) with archeological ruins unearthed and on display with enough...More

Thank Joe5034
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I was very surprised at the length of the tour. it goes from the museum to the ballpark and back. they stop or slow down to point out numerous points of interest along the way. the mile long tunnel is also pretty cool.

1  Thank pchack
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

Really cool place for a railroad or trolley buff to check out. Lots of history here. Adjacent to steam town historic site. Easy to kill two birds with one stone

Thank HR218guy
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

The Electric City Trolley Station and Museum was a fun experience for our family. The Trolley ride was fun and educational. The price was great for a family of 5. We will be back!

Thank aliciag996
Reviewed 6 March 2017

Very impressed with this unique museum. Large collection of memorabilia. History of trolleys in US was very informative.... a surprising insight into this period of time.

Thank leo m
Reviewed 21 February 2017

This museum was very small and several cases were blocked by the tracks set up for the annual meet up of train hobbyists.

Thank Katie B
Reviewed 21 February 2017

We googled local areas to visit while we were in Mount Pocono and found Steamtown nearby in Scranton. We went and, although we didn't make it to the railroad portion, we did make it to the trolley portion. For a relatively nominal entrance fee, we...More

Thank CentralNJKeith
Reviewed 24 January 2017 via mobile

We went there with extended family with a bunch of teenagers. Although we didn't figure out how to get out of the room, we had a great time. We picked a hard room and all of us had to break our heads to try and...More

Thank NYC507
Reviewed 6 December 2016 via mobile

Took my nephew. He enjoyed the hands on exhibits and the video. The trolley rides is worth the money

1  Thank Alyssa B
Reviewed 6 December 2016

This museum brought to life how trolleys were developed in Scranton's glory days, and then defeated by the rise of the automobile. There aren't many actual trolleys in the museum, most of the exhibits are maps, signaling equipment and photographs. So if possible try to...More

Thank Casualhiker22
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