The Phoenix Trolley Museum
About the Museum The Phoenix Trolley project was started in 1975 by a group of individuals who purchased one of the last remaining bodies of an original Phoenix Streetcar. The project became a museum and was established as a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Corporation in 1978. Since that time, a car barn has been constructed, and streetcar #116 has been partially restored toward eventual operation. One additional car has been obtained by the museum and we now have two streetcars in various stages of restoration: our flagship #116, and its sister car #504 (#108). As of Spring 2016, the museum has learned that it must relocate within a few years. Hance Park, which borders the museum grounds, is to extended into the museum's leasehold. As a result, the museum is in the midst of executing a relocation plan, detailed on the corresponding page. Mission We tell the Phoenix streetcar story ... * Engage the community * Offer interatice educational experiences * Collect, preserve, and showcase historic streetcars Board Of Directors Will Keller, President John Drury, Vice President Robert Graham, AIA, Secretary Terry Levitan, Treasurer Jesus Aguilera Rob Bohannan Gail Fleming Doug Kupel Lanny Trapnell Bill Gilmore

25 West Culver Street - Phoenix, Arizona 85004

Open Saturdays 9 AM- 4 PM  October through May