Tram museum

Музей трамвая в Амстердаме Amsterdam museums

The Tram Museum in Amsterdam (Electrische Museumtramlijn Amsterdam) is a unique opportunity to go back in time for a moment.

On the territory of the museum there are 60 trams from various European cities: Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht, Groningen, Vienna, Prague, including the trams of Amsterdam. All exhibits were built between 1904 and 1960.


Most of this collection is currently out of service. In addition to the original models of this transport presented to the general public, the museum offers 2 tourist routes.


Historic tram routes

Traveling on a historic tram has two options:

  1. Route 20: Every Sunday in July, August and September, everyone is invited to a trip around Amsterdam. A specially designed route allows the visitor to see the city in all its splendor: dancing houses, parks, museums, etc.
    Departure: Haarlemmermeerstation: 11.25; 12:55; 14:25; 15:55
    CS: 11:00; 12:30; 14:00; 15:30
    Ticket price: 7 euros for an adult; 4 euros for children (4-11 years old) and seniors from 65 years old
  2. Route Haarlemmermeerstation - Bovenkerk: The tram journey, with a total length of 7 km, lasts 32 minutes. During this time, 15 stops take place, which show the most significant objects in the history of the city. The Dammer North Avenue stop is the perfect spot for a light bite. The car is designed in a retro style: wooden seats, an antique ticket punch and a metal bell. Details of route times are listed below.
    Opening hours
    Tram doors are open for visitors every Sunday from April to October.
    From the Haarlemmermeerstation stop the tram leaves every half hour from 11.00 to 17.00. In the period from 13.00 to 16.00 every 20 minutes.
    From the Bovenkerk stop the first flight leaves at 11.15. In the period from 14.00 to 17.40, the tram departs every 20 minutes. The rest of the time, every half hour.
    From October to April, tram rentals are available.

Tram rental

The Tram Museum does its best to provide its visitors with maximum pleasure.

Throughout the year, visitors are invited to have an unforgettable and emotional day in a historic tram car.

Rent is most interesting for:

  • Weddings: Registration of marriage takes place directly in the carriage. For this, an employee of the registry office is invited. Registration is considered valid. After the marriage process, the newlyweds together with their guests can go on a little tram trip. The administration of the museum is ready to provide a special carriage equipped with musical equipment. The newlyweds will have unforgettable feelings and unusual photos as a keepsake.
  • Walking Amsterdam: There is a possibility of renting for walking around the city. To do this, you must contact the museum staff in advance and indicate your wishes. The cost of such an event is from 525 euros per hour and depends on the routespecified by the client.
  • A separate carriage along the historic route (Haarlemmermeerstation - Bovenkerk): it is possible to rent a separate carriage for your entire company. The car can be attached to an excursion or a separate tram with its own schedule.


On the territory of the station (stop Haarlemmermeerstation) there is a shop where everyone can buy unusual souvenirs - it can be a book or a T-shirt, a mini-model of a tram or a DVD, a postcard or key rings, but all the items have one thing in common: love for the tram. These products can not only be bought directly from the seller, but also through the website of the Tram Museum, where you can get acquainted with the full range of products (the website address is indicated in the “contacts” column).
Payment for products purchased via the Internet is carried out using an electronic card. Shipping costs depend on the distance, and detailed prices are indicated on the official website.


  • Museum location:
    1075 XV Amsterdam (Oud Zuid)
    Amstelveenseweg +264
  • stop: Haarlemmermeerstation (main station)
  • Phones:
    +31 020 6737538, booking tourist routes from 11:00 to 17:00
    +31 020 5730018, tram rental, on weekdays from 9:00 to 16:00
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