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Transportation Information

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Michael Morgan Shares Transportation Information from Early Days at the Beach

Rehoboth Beach DE – Michael Morgan will present the many ways visitors and residents alike travelled to and around Rehoboth Beach in the 1870s to the early 1900s. The presentation is August 21, at 7 p.m. at the Rehoboth Beach Museum, 511 Rehoboth Avenue. Suggested donations to the event is $5, call for reservations 302-227-7310.

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Cruisin' !

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At left is a cast iron battery-operated motorcycle, most likely made by the Hubley Toy Company.


Rehoboth Beach Museum On a Roll
with Cruisin' Exhibit!

Join us for a walk down memory lane as we exhibit vintage bicycles, tricycles, pedal cars and toys with wheels. Opening May 24th, the museum's newest exhibit, Cruisin' celebrates the history of self-propelled vehicles and toys in motion. Beginning May 24th, the museum is open seven days a week: 10-4 Monday through Friday, and 11-3 Saturday and Sunday. Come and see how folks used to roll!

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Jolly Trolley History Tours

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Join Us for Jolly Trolley History Tours

The Jolly Trolley has joined forces with the Rehoboth Beach Museum to offer special tours of the downtown area! Explore the history of our town from the comfort of a Jolly Trolley.revtoddsm The cost is $10 (cash only, please) and the tour starts at 9 a.m. at the Anna Hazzard House at 17 Christian Street. Remaining tour dates are Thursdays on June 19, August 21, September 4, September 18 and two special Sea With Weekend tours on Friday October 24 - at 9 a.m. and again at 10 a.m. Reservations are required. Call (302) 227-7310 to make a reservation. Pictured at left is the Trolley bus on a dowtown tour. Pictured (right) is Roger Truitt, who will bring to life the Rev. Todd, founder of the Rehoboth Camp Meeting Association, and who will greet Trolley Tour riders at the Anna Hazzard House. Click on his picture for full image with Tent House.