NYLON – The only electric trolley in New York State is offering unforgettable rides during prime fall colors season in Rush, free upon admission to the museum.
According to a press release from the New York Museum of Transportation, the trolley car at the New York Museum of Transportation is now available every Sunday through November 1 for rides through our legendary countryside in the Genesee Valley.
No reservations are required, as departures are every half-hour throughout Sundays and are included free with admission to the museum. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., but visitors are strongly urged to arrive by 4 p.m. in order to see and do everything.
While the rides are a highlight for visitors, large model railroads, numerous full-size trolley cars, a steam locomotive, antique trucks and cars, horse-drawn vehicles, and smaller artifacts provide a hands-on experience for all ages.
The New York Museum of Transportation is located at 6393 East River Road (Thruway Exit 46, I-390 south to exit 11, NY Rt. 251 West, then 1 mile north on East River Road). Admission, which includes the trolley ride, is $6 youths age 3 through 12, $8 adults, and $7 seniors over 65.
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