The tramway museum gives visitors the chance to relive the past by offering actual rides in vintage trams rather than just ... More
Electric Tramline Museum (Electrische Museumtramlijn Amsterdam)
The tramway museum gives visitors the chance to relive the past by offering actual rides in vintage trams rather than just displaying them. Visitors can really appreciate what it was like to ride in these trams during summer months, letting the fresh air in through open windows and doors. The trams run along a former railway track by the Amsterdam Forest, the largest recreational area in Amsterdam. Several attractions in the forest can easily be reached on foot from the tram stops. There are trams from cities all over Europe: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Vienna, Kassel, Berlin, and Prague.
Reviews for Electric Tramline Museum (Electrische Museumtramlijn Amsterdam): 1
An Electric Rail Buff Must See
By A Yahoo Contributor, 1/23/07
The historical trains they have there are a beauty to behold for the electric train fan. The restorations are meticulous, and the atmosphere is authentic. Add to that the five miles of track and the number of restoration barns on premises, and this is a must see for rail buffs, and a good time for all.
A very good restaurant/pub is also situated at the museum, and everyone we met there was nice as can be.
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