I was riding the historic street cars and saw the signs for this place and spotted it on one trip so I decided to go in.
It's pictures, a few artifacts and a gift shop.
Not much to see
The Cable Car Museum was much,...更多
We visited this museum immediately after disembarking from a ferry arriving at the Ferry Terminal Building. It is effectively one room in all, filled with artifacts and historic collections relating to the history of San Francisco's railways. It does not take long to browse the...更多
The museum operates historic streetcars in conjunction with the San Francisco Municipal Railway. You don't have to actually visit the museum to ride the cars, for the same fares as any other municipal public transportation; transfers available. Although the cable cars are more famous...and more...更多
The place is not even a size of a coffee shop, too small to call a museum. My 4 yr old went to the end and ask me where is the museum. I also don't understand why they still can afford an ad on the...更多
The trolleys in San Fran are amazing! No lines like the cable cars, different paint schemes recognizing different cities..it's fun just to see which one you get to ride hon! Take the F Line trolley to this tiny museum and gift shop. It's free and...更多
If you are into trams, take the F streetcar (they have cars from a number of different cities and we rode on cars from Milan and San Diego) to this little, free museum. If it's quiet (it was when we were there), a very knowledgeable...更多