Line 30 runs from Haarlemmermeerstation to Amstelveen and back.
The electric museum tram line 30 passing through the Amsterdamse Bos
Go back in time with a ride on a historic tram from Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Groningen, Vienna or Prague.
From early April until late October every Sunday historic trams (streetcars) run on the 100-year connection between Amsterdam and Amstelveen Bovenkerk.
The trams run from 11:00 to 17:00 hrs.
The historic trams run on the last remnant of the former Haarlemmermeer railway line along the Amsterdamse Bos, the largest recreational area in Amsterdam.
From the tram stops, you can easily reach various attractions in the forest on foot.
That smell of the varnished teakwood, the sights and sounds, the parks that are passed on the way. Take your kids out for a ride and let them experience the way there grandparents used to travel.
The current tramline has a length of more than 7 km (4.3 mi), roughly the same length as the average tram line in the city of Amsterdam.
Several restaurants are located along the route.
'Walking' conductors sell return tickets during the trip. They also wear traditional uniforms and they have an old money changer with them.
The departure station is located at the Haarlemmermeerstation in the Oud-Zuid neighbourhood, on 400m walking distance from tram stop Amstelveenseweg (tram 2).
+31 20 6737538
* From April to October
|Ticket price (return/one-way)|
|€7.50 / 5.00||adults (12+)|
|€5.00 / 3.00||youth (4-11)|