The Largest and Oldest Museum of Mass Transit Turns 80!

Seashore Trolley Museum | I-95 Exit Guide

Headed to Maine this summer? The Seashore Trolley Museum is a great place to spend the day… and the kids will love it too!

Celebrating its 80th birthday, the Seashore Trolley Museum was founded by a group of enterprising college students in 1939 who banded together to save an ageing Biddeford and Saco Railroad trolley car. The Seashore Trolley Museum is now the oldest historic transportation organization of its kind in the world and curates the largest streetcar collection.

Visitors can ride a three-mile round trip on its heritage railway and see 330 trolleys and buses. There are streetcars from Los Angeles, New Orleans and Chicago, as well as Maine’s northernmost county, Aroostook. They are open daily. Visit the Seashore Trolley Museum website for more information.

Seashore Trolley Museum
195 Log Cabin Road
Kennebunkport, Maine 04046
Phone: 207-967-2800

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