Go back in time with a ride on a historic tram from Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Groningen, Vienna or Prague.
(Electric Tram Museum & Line)
Back in time with a ride on the historic tram
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 trams start at the Haarlemmermeerstation and drive to Bovenkerk in Amstelveen. The route is 7 kilometers long and runs along the Amsterdamse Bos and passes through various Amstelveen heme parks. Along the route there are several restaurants.
'Walking' conductors sell return tickets (EUR 4) during the trip. They also wear traditional uniforms and they have an old money changer with them.
Not only trams from Amsterdam, but also from The Hague, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Groningen, Vienna and Prague, are used for the museum tram ride. All vehicles are from the first half of the last century.
Let your senses speak
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.
How to get there?By tram: 2 (400 m walking) stop Amstelveenseweg; 16 stop Haarlemmermeerstation.
By bus: 15, 62, 142 (mon-fri), 145, 170, 172, 174 or 197 stop Haarlemmermeerstation.
By car: nearest car park P+R Olympisch Stadion
Rijdend Electrisch TrammuseumHaarlemmermeerstation,
* between Easter and the last Sunday of October
Price return ticket€ 4 (Adults)
€ 2 (4-11 years)
free (0-3 years)