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Trolley Ride at the Trolley Museum of New York

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  1. Trolley through Kingston
    Photograph: Courtesy of Instagram/tryppadams
  2. Trolley through Kingston
    Photograph: Courtesy of Instagram/tryppadams
  3. Trolley through Kingston
    Photograph: Courtesy of Instagram/tryppadams
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Time Out says

It runs every weekend and holiday through Thanksgiving.

Folks visiting the Trolley Museum of New York in Kingston should make sure to hop on a historic trolley ride through downtown while they're there

Running every weekend and holidays through Thanksgiving, the special ride runs about a mile-and-a-half from the foot of Broadway along the river, past the famous lighthouse and ends at the picnic grounds on the shore of the Hudson River at Kingston Point Park.

The ticket will set you back around $10 and includes admission to the museum as well, a destination in-and-of itself.

The special ride aboard the vintage-looking trolley is truly spectacular, reminding us of a Hayao Miyakazi production, the Japanese animator, director and manga artist behind hits like Anne of Green Gables, The Cat Returns, Arrietty and more.

A magical-looking getaway a mere two hours outside of the city? We're in.

Anna Rahmanan
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