Ride aboard an old-fashioned, historic electric trolley and be taken back to the time when trolleys were a popular way people traveled.A visit to the museum includes a round trip trolley ride over three miles long along a very scenic route. On most days, several trolleys are in operation allowing visitors a chance to experience riding a variety of trolleys. Visitors also get a chance to tour the restoration and maintenance shop where trolleys are currently under restoration to like-new condition. In the museum store, visitors may purchase souvenirs or other items. Photos and artifacts of the trolley era and the nearby Rockhill Iron Furnace are also displayed.The Rockhill Trolley Museum was founded in 1960 with a single electric trolley from Johnstown, PA. The collection now includes 21 historic trolleys from across Pennsylvania and other locations, domestic and foreign. Some are unique including a snow plow, snow sweeper and a freight motor. A goal of the museum is to preserve this era of American transportation history. Volunteers are solely responsible for the development and maintenance of the museum. If interested please ask any staff member during your visit for more information on membership.Visit the museum during one of the special events.