Trolley Into Twain Country Tours

Seasonally, during the months of July and August, we invite you to hop aboard The Elmiran for a one-hour, narrated tour of historic Elmira, NY.

Trolley into Twain Country!

What you will view on the Trolley into Twain Country Tour:

  • Where Mark Twain lived and wrote, including the Mark Twain Study on the campus of Elmira College.
  • The beautiful Maple Avenue District adorned with stately Victorian era homes.
  • Historic Dunn Field, home of the Elmira Pioneers baseball team and some other fun tidbits of history.
  • The Chemung Valley History Museum, where you can come face to face with our intriguing past.
  • Civil War Sites including the Civil War Prison Camp and Woodlawn National Cemetery, honoring Civil War fallen Union and Confederate Soldiers as well as modern era Armed Services Veterans.
  • The quaint avenues of the Historic Near Westside Neighborhood in Elmira.
  • The neo-classical Arnot Art Museum, featuring an envious collection of turn of the century paintings coupled with temporary exhibits showcasing fine art from around the world.
  • The Clemens Center, a regional performing arts center and home to the gloriously restored Powers Theater.

Tours run Tuesdays through Saturdays ONLY during July and August. The first tour begins at 10:00 am and the final tour begins at 2:00 pm Tuesday through Friday and 1:00 pm on Saturdays. The final tour each day will focus extensively on Twain's legacy in Elmira and include stops at both the Twain Study and the Clemens/Langdon burial site at Woodlawn Cemetery. 

Tours depart on the hour from the Chemung Valley History Museum at 415 East Water Street in Downtown Elmira. The fare is only $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for children under 12 when accompanied by a parent or guardian. Sign-up and ticket sales for the tours are available at the Chemung Valley History Museum. To reserve your spot or to schedule a trolley tour, please call (607) 734-4167!

2016 Trolley Dates: Trolley season begins on Friday, July 1st and runs through Saturday, September 3rd. For more information, please call the Chamber at (607) 734-5137.



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