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Seashore Trolley Museum, Kennebunkport

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4.4/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
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  • We found this place by accident on our honeymoon in 2005 and loved it so much. We then returned in 2016 and we had to visit again. As luck would have it the Pumpkinheadfest was going on as well. The s...  read more »
  • Around the world there are hundreds of transportation museums. They range from small all volunteer run to large government operations with hundreds of employees. No matter their size, every museum nee...  read more »
  • We were on our way to Kennebunkport . When we pasted the museum,stopped in and took the trolley tour the volunteers love what they do,so informative and passionate.a must do when in the area 
  • A interesting operating trolley museum, tucked in the woods of Maine. Several fully restored trolleys run every hour or so, while there are dozens more to look at and walk through. Very interesting place!
  • Quirky interesting museum, especially if you like history and railroads. The trolley ride is fun. The warehouses with the trolleys are cool to explore and you can board most of the trolleys, but at the same time it feels a little disorganized and forgotten.
  • Awesome place. Cool museum with a lot of history. Pretty neat
  • Very reasonable price the staff is friendly and knowledgeable we will definitely be back
  • Stopped here with the kids (1 and 3 yrs old) and had a blast! They had fun riding the trolley and the conductor let them ring the bell and pull the steam whistle. The ride is about 1.6 miles and a knowledgeable volunteer gives you the history of trolleys and the interesting history of how the trolley museum got started. After the ride you can walk around a number of garages with restored trolley cars and even go into the shop were workers restore the trolleys. There were some people working on a trolley while we were there! It’s fun for kids, interesting for adults, and I highly recommend!
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