Connecticut Trolley Museum

★★★☆☆
  • 58 North Rd.

    E. Windsor, CT 06088

    Map & Directions
  • 860-627-6540

About Connecticut Trolley Museum

Details
Hours
Hours vary by season, visit http://www.ct-trolley.org/visit/admission.php for an updated calendar

Shopping

Shopping
More choices in E. Windsor:
Resultset_next

Patti's Treasures & Antiques

73 Poquonock Ave Windsor, CA

Resultset_next

Central Street Antiques

25 Central St Windsor, CA

3.0 1
Hi! Sign in to let us know how Connecticut Trolley Museum was?
Write a Review
.

We visited the trolley museum recently and had a fun time looking at the antique fire trucks, trolleys and train tables. The real fun is riding the trolley along the tracks and the ride is great! A huge disappointment for me was the cleanliness of the place though. Despite having so many wonderful antiques and a nice plot of land surrounding the tracks there doesn't seem to be much pride in the upkeep of the land in particular. As we rode the trolley through the woods there was old "junk" everywhere-not trash as in items people were eating and threw out but pieces of rotting wood, scrap metal, misc old trolley pieces, etc. There were several volunteers who seemed to be doing more "hanging out" than working and I have to think their time could be better spent. It would be nice to see such a great historic museum and great family place become more "eco-friendly" and put more effort into maintain a good exterior.

3
★★★☆☆

We visited the trolley museum recently and had a fun time looking at the antique fire trucks, trolleys and train tables. The real fun is riding the trolley along the tracks and the ride is great! A huge disappointment for me was the cleanliness of the place though. Despite having so many wonderful antiques and a nice plot of land surrounding the tracks there doesn't seem to be much pride in the upkeep of the land in particular. As we rode the trolley through the woods there was old "junk" everywhere-not trash as in items people were eating and threw out but pieces of rotting wood, scrap metal, misc old trolley pieces, etc. There were several volunteers who seemed to be doing more "hanging out" than working and I have to think their time could be better spent. It would be nice to see such a great historic museum and great family place become more "eco-friendly" and put more effort into maintain a good exterior.

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

 

Wait, you're the expert.

If you've been to or used Connecticut Trolley Museum, leave a review.

It's easy, only takes a couple of minutes and you'll help thousands make an informed decision.



Write a Review