5 Reasons to Visit the National Capital Trolley Museum This Spring

National Capital Trolley Museum
(National Capital Trolley Museum)

Go back in time and experience the trolley lifestyle. Open to happy rail fans and curious walk-ins, check out these upcoming spring events happening at the National Capital Trolley Museum.

Women in Transition: March 1 – April 29

There’s still time to experience the Women in Transition exhibit. Originally launched in honor of Women’s History Month, visitors are invited to view the progress of women working in the trolley profession.

2018 Spring Thursday-Friday Operations: March 15 – May 11

Take advantage of the new spring hours with Thursday – Friday 10:00 am openings. Spend the day exploring all of the museum’s attractions. Walk-ins and scheduled field trips are welcome.

Cavalcade of Street Cars: April 22

Ride streetcars from four nations during the Cavalcade of Streetcars exhibit. Step into the Street Car Hall and take an up-close look at the on-site collection.

Homefront Street Cars – WWII: May 3 – May 28

Homefront Street Cars exhibit speaks directly to the World War II experience. Recall the impact of war on the home front and how it influenced the daily lives of locals.

Memorial Day Weekend: May 26, 27, & 28

Remember those who served our country and learn about the role of transit during wartime. Enjoy wartime productions Tilly the Trolley and Billy the Bus and Ten Seconds to Go and check out the special exhibit, Homefront Street Cars.


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