SUNDAY OCTOBER  20  9AM-3PM

Presented by stafford veterinary center 

HISTORIC TROLLEY TOUR

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The Historic Trolley Tour was designed to not only expand appreciation and knowledge of Stafford history, but also serve as an opportunity to gather and celebrate the present. 

 

From the mineral springs to a distinct industrial heritage, Stafford is steeped in rich history.  We invite you to honor Stafford’s beginnings and climb aboard our nostalgic trolley for an in-depth tour exploring landmarks, architecture and the people who helped shape local history.  Narrated by our town historians - David Bartlett, Becky Kraussmann, and Paul Burns - four tours are scheduled throughout the day, departing and returning to the Stafford Historical Society Museum, located at 5 Spring Street. 

ticket fare:

$10 per person, per ride

We're sorry! the october

trolley tour is sold out!

tours depart from the 

stafford historical society museum, 

located at 5 spring street

Tickets are will call, you can pick up your tickets on the day of the event, at the boarding location on Spring Street. 

 event schedule 

9:00am

Trolley Tour 1

10:30am

Trolley Tour 2

12:00PM

Trolley Tour 3

1:30pm

Trolley Tour 4

things to know

before your tour

 

Each narrated tour lasts approximately one-hour, with departure and return to the Stafford Historical Society Museum (5 Spring Street). To ensure the timeliness of tours, please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes prior to your designated tour time for boarding. Tours are ever-moving with no scheduled stops, please plan accordingly and use your best judgment when considering attending children. 

Advance ticket purchase is strongly suggested. Seating is limited and expected to sell out quickly!

don't just learn about history...

be a part of history!

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