RTM Campus Aerial View

Campus Map & Parking

Campus Map Legend:

Green: All available parking.

Parking IconWhen you get to the museum, you may park on the grass along the right side of the gravel road at right angles to the road. You can also turn left on the gravel road just beyond the ticket booth, cross the trolley track and park to the right at right angles to the trolley track. If you have questions about parking or special needs, you can stop briefly at the ticket booth.

Blue: Buildings – Ticket Booth, Museum Store, Carbarn 1, Restoration Shop, Restrooms

Orange: Food Pavillion – There is a handicapped restroom in the lower left corner of the food pavillion and a ramp in the lower right corner that leads to the museum store. A concrete walkway extends from the upper right corner across the tracks to a reserved handicapped parking space.

Loading Areas:

Yellow: Meadow Street Platform (Main loading area)

Orange: Food Pavillion Crosswalk

Lavender: Brick Platform (Main unloading area)

White: Loading Steps in Carbarn 1 Lead

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The Rockhill Trolley Museum is located in south central Pennsylvania, between Harrisburg and Altoona:

430 Meadow Street
Rockhill Furnace, PA 17249

We are next door to the famous narrow-gauge East Broad Top steam railroad, less than 1 hour from railroad attractions of Altoona, and close to the many attractions of Raystown Lake.


The following GPS coordinates for your navigation device were researched online and have not been verified in practice. Please contact us with any corrections you may encounter:

Latitude : 40.241140 ( 40° 14′ 28.104″ N )
Longitude : -77.898800 ( -77° 53′ 55.680″ W )

Narrative Directions:

To read directions from various regional locations in a narrative format, click here.

Hours & Fares

Our normal operating season is

Saturdays and Sundays, Memorial Day weekend through October.

On regular operating days, the ticket booth is open from

11:00 AM until 4:15 PM.

Trolleys depart at 11:15AM, 12:30PM, 1:45PM, 3:00PM, and 4:15PM, or as needed.

Please note that, due to the historic nature of our collection, equipment and schedules may change.

Pumpkin Patch Trolley Decor

At the museum’s third annual Pumpkin Patch Trolley Event, the pumpkin colored trolleys, York 163 and Johnstown 355, were the stars of the weekend. Before their journey, visitors were greeted by “Mr Pumpkin” at the Meadow Street platform.
Photo: Joel Salomon, October 20, 2007

Special Events:

In addition to our normal, weekend operating schedule, Special Events occur throughout the operating season, as well as on selected off-season weekends.

On Special Event days, trolley departure schedules may vary, tours are usually not offered and non-standard fares may apply.

Regular Fares:

Admit TicketAdult: $8.00 (All Day Ticket)
Children (ages 2 to 12): $5.00
Children under 2: FREE! (please ask for free ticket)

Child ticket discounts will not apply on Special Events days that include a gift for each child (such as Pumpkin Patch Trolley, Santa’s Trolley and Easter Bunny Trolley)

Group Sales:

Group Sales / Bus Tours Information can be found here.

Adult Discounts:

Rockhill Trolley Museum participates in the following discount programs:

AAA, AARP, or NRHS discounts (with card)

Public Broadcasting (PBS) MemberCard: two-for-one admission

Other Trolley Museum Member Cards: On regular operating days we cross -honor member cards from other trolley museums; please check-in with your member card at the ticket office

Buy Tickets at the Museum:

Onsite, we accept cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover for museum admission.

MC Visa amex discover

Special Events Tickets Online:

You can pre-purchase Tickets Online for most Special Events through our partner, WhistleTix. For WhistleTix telephone ticketing service, call (814) 506-0594 M-F 9 AM to 8 PM, Sat 10 AM to 6 PM, Sun 2 PM to 6 PM Eastern Time.

Additional Information: 

No SmokingSmoking (including e-pipes and e-cigarettes) or using alcohol or tobacco is not permitted in our trolleys or buildings

Additional fee may be required if Pavilion space is to be reserved exclusively

Our vintage trolleys are not handicapped accessible; however, arrangements can be made, and we encourage you to contact the museum prior to your visit so that we can make efforts to accommodate your needs

Service Animals by special arrangement only

Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times

We hope to see you soon!


Have you ever ridden a real trolley car and heard the ting-ting of the trolley bell, the growl of the gears, and the ticka-ticka-ticka of the air compressor?

Visitors to the Rockhill Trolley Museum take a step back in time, to when many American towns and cities offered inexpensive and convenient transportation using electric trolleys.


Visitors of all ages enjoy visiting the Rockhill Trolley Museum!

Our collection has several operational trolleys, including an open car, high-speed interurban cars, fascinating maintenance-of-way cars, and two PCC Cars, and our talented volunteers are always working on restoring more cars in our shops.

While enjoying a leisurely ride through the scenic countryside, you and your family can learn about trolleys and how generations of Americans before ours got around.

For more details about what you’ll see, click here.