Yakima Valley Trolleys Ride - Pine Street Line
Yakima's Historic Trolleys
Discover a hidden gem in the heart of Washington state with the Yakima Valley Trolleys, the last intact early 20th Century interurban electric railroad, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. More than just a ride, the Yakima Valley Trolleys are a living testament to the early days of public transportation and an unforgettable way to experience the charm of Yakima.
The Pine Street Line
Board one of our vintage trolleys and embark on a picturesque journey down the historic Pine Street Line, lined with quaint homes. Let the rhythmic clatter of the trolley wheels transport you to a bygone era, as you take in the sights of beautifully preserved residences that tell a story of their own. Round-trip duration is approximately 30 minutes--great for small children!--but please budget a full hour to accommodate a tour of the historic facilities as well.
Your Museum Visit
The adventure doesn't end with the trolley ride! During your visit, you can also check out the historic powerhouse, which still holds a fully intact set of 1911-vintage power generation and switching equipment. Be sure to ask your motorman for a tour of the impressive Carbarn shop facility too! The massive overhead crane and 1910 belt-driven machine shop are all in operating condition.
With a total visit time of about one hour, it's a convenient yet immersive way to step back in time and learn about the history of America's interurban electric railways.
Mark your calendar for a journey of discovery, nostalgia, and fun. The Yakima Valley Trolleys are a must-do activity that promise a glimpse back in time that can only be found in Yakima.
Please note: Online ticket sales are provided as a convenience to our customers, but are subject to modest processing fees. Tickets may also be purchased in-person, same-day at our museum gift shop with no additional fees.