Peter Herdic Transportation Museum Summer Trolley Tours

History & Heritage

June 1, 2018 to September 1, 2018

Peter Herdic Transportation Museum


Peter Herdic Transportation Museum
Come explore the rich traditions of the Susquehanna River Valley from the time of the Susquehannock Indian Tribe to today’s modern transportation systems and see how the Susquehanna River provided the means for Lycoming County’s explosive growth at the turn of the century. From the birch bark canoe to a fully restored GMC 1962 bus, and one of the only two remaining 1949 Pennsylvania Pullman Parlor cars. It is an interesting tour back in time.

Museum Hours
June, July, and August
Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-3pm

Friday & Saturday, 10am-3pm
And by appointment

Williamsport Trolleys
The museum also offers historic trolley tours.


The Williamsport Trolley Tour is a delightful hour and a half ride through Williamsport's areas of interest, featuring Millionaire's Row. See the impressive mansions built by the lumber barons of days gone by and learn the rich history of the lumber capital of the world! Other highlights of the tour include Memorial Park where the first Little League Baseball game was played and Brandon Park whose entrance is guarded by the magnificent tree sculpture of Chief Woapalanee. The trolley will stop at the Hiawatha Dock, where passengers can take a river tour as a separate attraction.


June, July, August
Tuesday-Friday, 10:45am, 12:15pm, and 1:45pm
Saturday, 10:45am and 12:15pm
And by appointment



Rates: $5.00 Adults    $4.00 Seniors    $3.00 Children 12 & Under

Tickets are available from the Peter Herdic Transportation Museum or the Hiawatha House in Susquehanna State Park (operational season only). FREE admission to the Peter Herdic Transportation Museum and FREE Parking included with paid Trolley Tour admission.

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