East Troy Electric Railroad Museum




2002 Church Street, East Troy, WI 53120





About the Railroad

The East Troy Electric Railroad is a heritage railroad owned and operated by the East Troy Railroad Museum. Passenger excursions run on a 7-mile stretch of track from East Troy, Wisconsin to Mukwonago, Wisconsin.

“Step back in time when life was a little simpler!” The East Troy Electric Railroad’s historic rail cars cover a 10-mile trip through scenic Southeast Wisconsin. 

East Troy Electric Railroad

Trips begin boarding at the depot in East Troy, or at “The Elegant Farmer” in Mukwonago. Visit the depot museum and let kids act out the role of trolley motorman, or browse various railcar models and learn about how the system runs.

The East Troy Railroad Museum currently runs on the last portion of the original interurban rail network that operated in Wisconsin. The Village of East Troy ran the railroad until its purchase by the Friends of East Troy Railroad in 2000.

Today, the East Troy Electric Railroad has 32 pieces of historical equipment, with hundreds of members worldwide and thousands of visitors each year!

The East Troy Electric Railroad Museum is a 501(c)(3) organization, and is run by volunteers who are committed. All proceeds and sales benefit the work of this museum. Contributions to the Museum are tax deductible as permitted by law.

Buy tickets to the Railroad through the ticket window above!

You can find detailed information about the train schedule here.

You can find detailed information on ticket pricing here.