Pumpkin Patch Trolley

Seashore Trolley Museum, 195 Log Cabin Road

Hop aboard the streetcar for a ride to Meserve's Crossing, about a quarter of the way out on the rail line to Talbott Park. After disembarking on the platform, take a short walk to the adjacent field to pick pumpkins (included with your admission fee). Try your hand at one of our carnival games! Children may decorate their pumpkins with paints supplied by the Museum.


Kevin Jay

Monday, June 4, 2018
What a cool place this is. Lots of history. The staff is awesome too.

Mark Sullivan

Friday, May 18, 2018
Museum presents the history of the street railway, at one time 3rd largest industry in U.S. In restoration shop preserves skills and craftmanship that would otherwise be lost. Also chronicles the history of urban mass transit from its inception in the 1830's to present day. Satellite location in Lowell Massachusetts.

Eric Maurice Levesque

Friday, May 25, 2018
Great little trolly museum in Maine. If you have kids who like Daniel Tiger or Thomas then they will love seeing and riding on the trollys. Not stroller freindly. No snack bar but there are restrooms.

Angelina Ostrenga

Saturday, May 12, 2018
They have an amazing Boy Scouts Railroading Merit badge program. Thank you for supporting the scouting community.

Johnnie Ipock

Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017
The museum is full of information, and it is well-kept. I would give a 5-star rating IF the schedule of events had had been clearer and we had been treated better by the chief conductor the day we went. We arrived just before the last trolley destined for the pumpkin patch. We were told by a friendly volunteer out front to hurry and catch that trolley, so we paid for the pumpkin patch tour and scooted out the back door. We told the conductor we wanted to ride to the pumpkin patch. He just looked at us and sent the trolley on its way. It would have taken us literally 5 seconds to have embarked; we were standing 6 feet from the trolley car. We then asked when the next trolley ride would be; the conductor simply said, "Maybe you can ride the next one." Two more trolleys (empty) left the station while we waited. My wife found a schedule in small print somewhere inside that said the next ride was 3:20 p.m. We waited for that trolley and had a fantastic operator and tour guide. That certainly made the trip much more pleasant. We saw the pumpkin patch but did not get to stop to get a pumpkin. We were very excited about going, since we had met a volunteer in Concord, New Hampshire at the recent train show and heard all about the trolleys. The usual friendly New England way was lost on this man who did not seem to care much for his paying riders. My advice: arrive midday and ask questions until you get a satisfactory response.