MANCHESTER, NH – Manchester Trolley Nights is a tradition in Manchester that highlights arts and culture in our community. Trolley nights are organized each year by area arts & cultural organizations to celebrate the amazing diversity of artistic expression and cultural experiences that the city has to offer.
The final Trolley Night of the 2017 season will be October 5, 2017. That night a trolley will circulate to many of Manchester’s art studios, galleries and cultural attractions from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The trolley will begin at the Commercial Street Entrance of the MIllyard Museum at 5 p.m. and make a full loop for 45 minutes. There are various parking areas around the route. Guests can hop on or off the Trolley at any venue, but as most venues are close to each other, guests are also welcome to drive, bike or walk between venues. A map and venue information can be found on the Trolley Night website.
Trolley nights are free and open to the public! All of the venues are open year-round, but on Trolley Nights venues have special events, demonstrations, hands-on activities, and promotions planned specifically for the evening. There are also some local businesses that offer promotions to Trolley riders. Wear your “I support the Arts” Trolley Sticker proudly!
The 2017 Season Venues are Millyard Museum, the SEE Science Center, The Manchester City Library, the Manchester Farmer’s Market, Studio Verne, Dancing Lion Chocolate, Pop of Color, Studio 550 Art Center, Langer Place and Althea Haropulos Photographer.
The 2017 Season is sponsored by Millyard Coffee Company, making and delivering consistently satisfying nitro cold brew and traditional cold brew coffee to your home, office, or restaurant. The 2017 season is also sponsored by Northeast Delta Dental, with in-kind support from the Hippo.
Jump on the Trolley and support the arts in Manchester!