New York Museum
of Transportation

Virtual Tour

The museum's exhibit spaces feature a variety of vehicles, images, artifacts, and displays which tell the story of our area's land transportation history. Through these exhibits, visitors can trace the evolution of power systems from man and horse, to steam, electricity, and internal combustion. Relative advantages in convenience, speed, cost, and flexibility can be weighed, and the impact on the community of enhanced transportation options can be assessed.

Here's just a taste of what's in store for visitors when they tour the museum

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Mid-may through October, trolleys starting at 11:30 a.m. Last run at 4:00 p.m. Your half-hour excursion on the only trolley ride in New York State is aboard one of the museum's 87-year-old trolley cars. You'll hear the clickety-clack on the rail joints and toots from the air whistle at grade crossings, as you travel to Midway Station. There, the Conductor will reverse the poles on the car for the return trip through the beautiful Genesee Valley countryside

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