Trolley Museum of New York
The Trolley Museum of New York (TMNY) has been in downtown Kingston on the Rondout Waterfront since 1983. TMNY is a educational Museum that offers hands on exhibits of early model Trolleys and Subway cars. Step back in time as you take a ride on Car 358 along the rails originally used by the Ulster and Delaware Railroad yards. The restoration shop swells with excitement for its’ 1897 wooden trolley car from Oslo, Norway and its’ other 5 cars. Come aboard and relive the rich history of rail transportation and the role it played in the development of the Hudson Valley.
The Trolley Museum offers weekend rides in their 1925 trolley car, from TR Gallo Park on the Historic Rondout Waterfront to Kingston Point by the beach and back. See exhibits and displays at their visitors center about trolleys and related history. The museum is open weekends and holidays from May 10 to Oct. 13 (Columbus Day), Noon to 5 pm, plus special events. (Last ride leaves 3:30 pm)
For more information please call (845) 331-3399 or www.tmny.org