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Connecticut Trolley Museum  - Events 2019
 
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December 14, 2019, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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Storytime Trolley with Santa and Friends at the Connecticut Trolley Museum, East Windsor, Connecticut

This unique daytime holiday program has been specially designed to provide an outstanding and festive holiday experience for families with children.

Visitors will enjoy a ride in a decorated vintage trolley car where Santa will visit with each child. Also, while on board Santa's elf will read The Tooth Fairy vs. Santa, a story written by local author Jamie Deenihan from Suffield, Connecticut. After listening to the story Santa will present each child with a special gift.

Following the trolley ride, Museum guests will head to the Visitors Center for hot cocoa and cookies. The Visitors Center is a Winter Wonderland with multiple model train layouts, holiday lights galore, and a photo opportunity with Frosty the Snowman.

Make sure to arrive 15 minutes early as the Storytime Trolley leaves prompty at its scheduled departures!

Friday, Saturday and Sunday Nights November 29, 2019 to December 29, 2019 Nights in November & December 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Join hundreds of others and start a family tradition of coming for a trolley ride during the holiday season. Whether you ride a closed car or brave the cold to ride the open "electric sleigh", we promise you a good time and one that you'll remember for years. Join your motormen in singing traditional Christmas carols as the trolley makes its way through the "Tunnel of Lights". When you return, head inside the Visitors Center which has been transformed into a Winter Wonderland complete with model trains, decorations galore, and you can even buy a delicious cup of hot cocoa to sip as you enjoy the entertainment.

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While enjoying the indoor displays and snacks, make sure to visit and take pictures with the big guy himself, Santa Claus. Santa will also have a gift for each child. Plan ahead - Santa's last day at the trolley museum is Sunday, December 23rd, which then he'll be heading back to the North Pole to prepare for his travels around the world.

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2019 Dates

Friday, Saturday & Sunday November 29-December 1

Friday, Saturday & Sunday December 6-8

Friday, Saturday & Sunday December 13-15

Friday, Saturday & Sunday December 20-22

Friday, Saturday & Sunday December 27-29




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The Connecticut Trolley Museum was founded in 1940.  We offer a historic, educational experience that includes rides on restored trolley cars.  The museum is located in the Warehouse Point section of East Windsor, Connecticut, nearby to Hartford and Springfield, Mass.
 
The CT Fire Museum is also located on the property.  Your ticket  includes admission to both museums as well as trolley rides all day (daytime hours only).
 
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A snack bar serving light meals and snacks is open during regular museum hours.
 
 
The Connecticut Trolley Museum is located at 58 North Road, East Windsor CT 06088.
 
Our phone number is 860-627-6540.
 
We are on North Road also known as Route 140, which is located off of I-91 Exit 45.
 
From I-91 Northbound, take a right at the bottom of the Exit 45 off-ramp.  Go straight through the US Route 5 intersection. The Museum will be on your right after you pass the Dunkin Donuts and WB Mason.
 
From I-91 Southbound, take a left at the bottom of the exit ramp.  Go straight through the US Route 5 intersection.  The Museum will be on your right after you pass the Dunkin Donuts and WB Mason.
 
 
 
To contact the museum, call 860-627-6540 or email office@ceraweb.org.
 
 
Images and descriptions on this page are used by permission of The Connecticut Trolley Museum, and are protected under United States Copyright Laws. For information contact The Connecticut Trolley Museum.
 
 
 
 
 




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