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Museum Opening Hours

Museum Hours

July - August

Friday/Saturday: 10:00am – 3:00pm


September - May

Friday/Saturday: 10:00am – 3:00pm


Williamsport Trolleys

June - August

Friday: 10:45am | 12:15pm | 1:45pm

Saturday: 10:45am | 12:15pm


*We're closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve/Day, & New Year's Day.

Admission Cost

General Visit


  Museum Trolley Museum + Trolley
Adults: $5 $5 $8
Senior 60+: $4 $4 $6
Ages 12 and under: $3 $3 $3

Group Rates

Plenty of parking and reasonable rates make our museum the perfect place for intimate groups, small parties, family events, school class trips as well as large motor coaches. Our museum building and private, gated grounds can accommodate groups of any size.

Nestled in the Williamsport’s Historic Mansion district, the museum includes a fully restored 1949 Pullman Railcar, beautifully landscaped lawn, flower garden, and old-fashioned brick patio. Our location is adjacent to the Historic Park Place Home, an original Railroad Hotel dating to the US Civil War. Look for the picturesque gazebo designed and built for the museum grounds. Tours for any size group can be scheduled in advance or you can visit us during our normal hours of operation. Contact our administrative office (570) 326-2500 for rate information and questions.

Tour Groups Over 35 People

  • $4 per person
  • complimentary admission for driver and one guide
  • museum and trolley tour combo rates are available


School Field Trip Rates
  Book before April 1 Book after April 1
Peter Herdic Transportation Museum Students $2.50
Adults $4.00
Students $3.00
Adults $4.50
Millionaire’s Row Trolley Tour $50 per Hour $60 per Hour
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Historic Trolley Tour

While visiting the Museum you are encouraged to take the Trolley Tour of Williamsport. Riders will visit Millionaire’s Row to see mansions built during the Victorian period, the Original Little League field and other sites that make Williamsport a gem nestled in the mountains of Central Pennsylvania. Other stops include the Hiawatha Paddlewheel Riverboat in the Susquehanna State Park, our local Visitor’s Bureau and a downtown stop in the heart of the city. Tours depart from the Gazebo just next to the museum and tickets may be purchased inside the museum. Visit River Valley Transit website for more details on the Williamsport Historic Trolley Tours including other locations where you may board the Trolley and purchase tickets.

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Mission Statement

The Peter Herdic Transportation Museum is a center for education and tourism that works cooperatively with the Lycoming County Historical Society as a part of a cultural campus in Williamsport's Historic District. Its mission is to preserve, interpret and exhibit the social and technological history of surface transportation in Lycoming County.


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