We have resumed our rides again, on line 30 between Haarlemmermeerstation and stop Molenweg (Amstelveen), 1x per hour. Also the tramshop is open again.Conditions that meet the applicable measures with regards to COVID-19, will be keeping a 1.5 metre distance at the station and wearing facemasks on the trams. There will be no standing passengers on the trams and no seat reservations.
About the Museum Tramway
Your weekend in Amsterdam wouldn't be complete without a visit to our Museum Tramway. It starts at the Haarlemmermeer Station, which is over 100 years old and was built in a beautifully detailed style. But the real thing starts when you board one of our trams.
Our trams are restored to full working order, so that we can take you out for a ride and let you experience the way our grandparents used to travel.
Would you like to have that nostalgic experience? Also this year, we offer our rides from Haarlemmermeestation all the way to Amstelveen and back.
Let your senses speak
That smell of the varnished teakwood, the sights and sounds, the parks that we pass on the way. Children love this too! See an overview of the servicefleet
There is a variety of other museums in reach that you could visit, so come and join us!
Trams run every Sunday until the end of October. See tram rides for routes, departure times, fares, etc.
Of course our trams can be hired throughout the year to cater for any party or group, including your private tour in Amsterdam or on our museumline!
We aim to connect the history of trams with that of the present time and let you enjoy those times, when the pace of living was slower and there were no traffic jams.
Please check our news page for the latest updates.
Just board our trams, sit back and enjoy a relaxed ride through a scenic route from Amsterdam towards Amstelveen or through Amsterdam.