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Birthdays, cocktails, company parties, silver and golden wedding anniversaries: they are all good reasons to rent one of our old trams or buses.

A bar tram, a cocktail tram, a party tram: you take care of the catering and we will make sure you get the right vehicle.

The different routes we have on offer will allow you to come up with a trip that suits your needs.

Additionally, you can rent our museum halls for different kinds of events.

The Tram Museum (MTUB) can change the vehicle type at any time, e.g. in case of technical problems.

A reception, a family get-together or an event at the Museum

Our Museum or parts of it can be rented for family parties, receptions and various shows or corporate events.

We have three basic formulas:
• the “Tramways Bruxellois” hall, separated from the Museum but with a view of our collection. It can hold approximately 40 people.
• the “carpet space”, a dedicated and modular space in one of our halls. This formula is ideal for groups up to 250 people.
• the “Guy Cudell” hall, a complete museum hall that allows for larger events like walking dinners. It holds up to 600 people.

Our rental department will gladly help you to find the formula that best suits your needs.

A vintage bus trip in and around Brussels

If you’re looking for a trip with a vintage vehicle without the restrictions of a tram, we have just the thing for you! One of our old-school buses can take you on a tour of Brussels and its periphery. Feel free to contact us to plan your trip!

Autobus 8441 place Wiener

Bus 8441 (1969-1984) 36 seated / 24 standing

With its luminous and spacious interior, this bus is typical of Brussels in the 1970s.

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Autobus 8060

Bus 8060 (1975-1985) 33 seated

Despite its reduced seating capacity, bus 8060's seventies style upholstery and (comfortable) interior will surely win over your guests. This bus is equipped with a sound system as well as a refrigerator.

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Autobus 8815

Articulated bus 8815 (1985-2001) 44 seated / 66 standing

This relatively modern bus can accommodate a large number of passengers.

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Autobus 515

Bus 515 (1950-1964) 22 seated / 18 standing

Although this vehicle was only put into service well after World War II, its vintage 1930s look makes it popular for rentals.

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Autobus 8246

Bus 8246 (1960-1975) 35 seated / 25 standing

This "Brossel" bus is an icon of Brussels in the 1960s. After its career with STIB, it served many schools and municipalities well for a number of years.

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A short trip through the Sonian Forest (1 hour + waiting time)

A charming trip through the beautiful Sonian Forest. This journey is ideal for the summer months which allow for “Belle Epoque” motor cars and trailers. However, we can also offer more modern, larger vehicles with outside doors and heating.

Itinerary: Tram Museum – Tervuren – Tram Museum

Estimated price:
• from € 400 to € 530 depending on the time of year and the day of the week. This basic price includes either a one hour waiting time in Tervuren or a visit to the Museum.
• a dedicated guide for a visit to the Museum: an extra fee of € 30
• fixed price for school groups on weekdays: € 260

Motrice 5025

Motor Car 5025 (1935-1976) 30 seated / 20 standing

With its classic woodwork and its "Art Deco" touches, this tram with open platforms is ideal for a trip on our heritage line through the Sonian Forest. It accommodates up to about 30 people.

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Véhicules 8441, 1259 et 428

Motor Car 1259 (1934-1973) 20 seated - 20 standing

This vehicle was an integral part of the Brussels streetscape for 40 years. It's ideal for groups of up to about 20 people. However, it can be coupled with a trailer (from the same period): this doubles its capacity to 40 passengers.

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Convoi 1305+671

Motor Car 1305 (1910-1937) 20 seated / 20 standing

This typical "Belle Epoque" tram can take you on a trip through the Sonian Forest, to Tervuren. If coupled with an open trailer ("baladeuse") it can transport groups of up to about 40 people.

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Motrice 984 et baladeuse 301

Motor Car 984 (1906-1935) seated 20 / standing 20

This typical "Belle Epoque" tram can take you on a trip through the Sonian Forest, to Tervuren. If coupled with an open trailer ("baladeuse") it can transport groups of up to about 40 people.

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Motrice 428

Motor Car 428 (1903-1935) 20 seated / 27 standing

This charming "chocolate coloured tram" is ideal for short trips with about 20 people, to either Tervuren or Cinquantenaire Park.

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A “short tour” of Boitsfort (1 hour)

This relatively short trip takes you on a tour of the sights of Ixelles, Etterbeek and, of course, Boitsfort, a particularly leafy area of Brussels.

Itinerary: Tram Museum – Cinquantenaire – Place Flagey – Étangs d’Ixelles – ULB – Place Wiener – Boulevard du Souverain – Tram Museum

Estimated price:
• from € 495 to € 660 depending on the time of year and the day of the week

Motrice 7500

Motor Car 7500 (1962-2010) 48 seated / 40 standing

This modern tram is ideal for larger groups of 40 to 60 people who do not wish to be separated between two vehicles

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En PCC sur le réseau STIB »

Motor Car 7065 (1956-2008) 32 seated / 30 standing

These comfortable trams had a very long career in Brussels, stretching from the early 1950s to 2010. They can accommodate up to approximately 50 people.

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Motrice 1064

Motor Car 1064 (1934-1973) 18 seated / 17 standing

This vehicle was an integral part of the Brussels streetscape for 40 years. It's ideal for groups of up to about 20 people. However, it can be coupled with a trailer (from the same period): this doubles its capacity to 40 passengers.

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Motrice 5008

Motor Car 5008 (1935-1976) 30 seated / 20 standing

These spacious and comfortable trams are ideal for longer journeys through the city. They can accommodate about 30 (seated) passengers. Certain trams of the 5000 series have an on-board sound system.

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A “long tour” of Boitsfort (1h30)

If the short tour of Boitsfort is too short for you, we have an extension on offer that takes you through the beautiful residential neighbourhoods of Avenue Brugmann and Avenue Churchill.

Itinerary: Tram Museum – Cinquantenaire – Place Flagey – Place Janson – Ma Campagne – Avenue Brugmann – Place Vanderkindere – Avenue Churchill – Bois de la Cambre – ULB – Place Wiener – Boulevard du Souverain – Tram Museum

Estimated price:
• from € 660 to € 880 depending on the time of year and the day of the week

Motrice 7500

Motor Car 7500 (1962-2010) 48 seated / 40 standing

This modern tram is ideal for larger groups of 40 to 60 people who do not wish to be separated between two vehicles

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En PCC sur le réseau STIB »

Motor Car 7065 (1956-2008) 32 seated / 30 standing

These comfortable trams had a very long career in Brussels, stretching from the early 1950s to 2010. They can accommodate up to approximately 50 people.

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Motrice 1064

Motor Car 1064 (1934-1973) 18 seated / 17 standing

This vehicle was an integral part of the Brussels streetscape for 40 years. It's ideal for groups of up to about 20 people. However, it can be coupled with a trailer (from the same period): this doubles its capacity to 40 passengers.

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Motrice 5008

Motor Car 5008 (1935-1976) 30 seated / 20 standing

These spacious and comfortable trams are ideal for longer journeys through the city. They can accommodate about 30 (seated) passengers. Certain trams of the 5000 series have an on-board sound system.

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Avenue Louise and the Royal Quarter (2 hours)

This is the ideal journey for groups that wish to discover some of Brussels’ finest monuments: Cinquantenaire Park, the Palace of Justice, the Town Hall, the Royal Palace and the Parliament buildings.

Itinerary: Tram Museum – Cinquantenaire – Place Flagey – Bois de la Cambre – Avenue Louise – Place Poelaert – Sablon – Place Royale – Parc de Bruxelles – Colonne du Congrès – Botanique – Église Sainte-Marie
(return trip: same itinerary)

Estimated price:
• from € 830 to € 1100 depending on the time of year and the day of the week

Motrice 7500

Motor Car 7500 (1962-2010) 48 seated / 40 standing

This modern tram is ideal for larger groups of 40 to 60 people who do not wish to be separated between two vehicles

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En PCC sur le réseau STIB »

Motor Car 7065 (1956-2008) 32 seated / 30 standing

These comfortable trams had a very long career in Brussels, stretching from the early 1950s to 2010. They can accommodate up to approximately 50 people.

Book
Motrice 1064

Motor Car 1064 (1934-1973) 18 seated / 17 standing

This vehicle was an integral part of the Brussels streetscape for 40 years. It's ideal for groups of up to about 20 people. However, it can be coupled with a trailer (from the same period): this doubles its capacity to 40 passengers.

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Motrice 5008

Motor Car 5008 (1935-1976) 30 seated / 20 standing

These spacious and comfortable trams are ideal for longer journeys through the city. They can accommodate about 30 (seated) passengers. Certain trams of the 5000 series have an on-board sound system.

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Avenue Louise and the Royal Quartier, extension to Schaerbeek train station (2h30)

The beautiful train station at Schaerbeek is definitely worth a detour, for an extension to our journey to the Royal Quarter. This additional half hour makes the trip even more worthwhile!

Itinerary: Tram Museum – Cinquantenaire – Place Flagey – Bois de la Cambre – Avenue Louise – Place Poelaert – Sablon – Place Royale – Parc de Bruxelles – Colonne du Congrès – Botanique – Église Sainte-Marie – Place Verboeckhoven – Gare de Schaerbeek – return trip: same itinerary

Estimated price:
• from € 990 to € 1320 depending on the time of year and the day of the week

Motrice 7500

Motor Car 7500 (1962-2010) 48 seated / 40 standing

This modern tram is ideal for larger groups of 40 to 60 people who do not wish to be separated between two vehicles

Book
En PCC sur le réseau STIB »

Motor Car 7065 (1956-2008) 32 seated / 30 standing

These comfortable trams had a very long career in Brussels, stretching from the early 1950s to 2010. They can accommodate up to approximately 50 people.

Book
Motrice 1064

Motor Car 1064 (1934-1973) 18 seated / 17 standing

This vehicle was an integral part of the Brussels streetscape for 40 years. It's ideal for groups of up to about 20 people. However, it can be coupled with a trailer (from the same period): this doubles its capacity to 40 passengers.

Book
Motrice 5008

Motor Car 5008 (1935-1976) 30 seated / 20 standing

These spacious and comfortable trams are ideal for longer journeys through the city. They can accommodate about 30 (seated) passengers. Certain trams of the 5000 series have an on-board sound system.

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Avenue Louise and the Royal Quarter, return through Boitsfort (2h15)

You would like to see more of Brussels besides the Royal Quarter and Avenue Louise? We have another extension on offer that takes you through the university neighbourhood, leafy Boitsfort and the Boulevard du Souverain.

Itinerary: Tram Museum – Cinquantenaire – Place Flagey – Bois de la Cambre – Avenue Louise – Place Poelaert – Sablon – Place Royale – Parc de Bruxelles – Colonne du Congrès – Botanique – Église Sainte-Marie – return trip: same itinerary until place Flagey, then ULB – Boulevard du Souverain – Tram Museum

Estimated price:
• from € 890 to € 1190 depending on the time of year and the day of the week

Motrice 7500

Motor Car 7500 (1962-2010) 48 seated / 40 standing

This modern tram is ideal for larger groups of 40 to 60 people who do not wish to be separated between two vehicles

Book
En PCC sur le réseau STIB »

Motor Car 7065 (1956-2008) 32 seated / 30 standing

These comfortable trams had a very long career in Brussels, stretching from the early 1950s to 2010. They can accommodate up to approximately 50 people.

Book
Motrice 1064

Motor Car 1064 (1934-1973) 18 seated / 17 standing

This vehicle was an integral part of the Brussels streetscape for 40 years. It's ideal for groups of up to about 20 people. However, it can be coupled with a trailer (from the same period): this doubles its capacity to 40 passengers.

Book
Motrice 5008

Motor Car 5008 (1935-1976) 30 seated / 20 standing

These spacious and comfortable trams are ideal for longer journeys through the city. They can accommodate about 30 (seated) passengers. Certain trams of the 5000 series have an on-board sound system.

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Avenue Louise and the Royal Quarter, return through Uccle and Boitsfort (2h30)

You would like to see more of Brussels besides the Royal Quarter and Avenue Louise? We have another extension on offer that takes you through affluent Uccle, leafy Boitsfort and the Boulevard du Souverain.

Itinerary: Tram Museum – Cinquantenaire – Place Flagey – Bois de la Cambre – Avenue Louise – Place Poelaert – Sablon – Place Royale – Parc de Bruxelles – Colonne du Congrès – Botanique – Église Sainte-Marie – return trip: same itinerary until place Louise, then chaussée de Charleroi – Avenue Brugmann – Avenue Churchill – Bois de la Cambre – ULB – Place Wiener – Boulevard du Souverain – Tram Museum

Estimated price:
• from € 960 to € 1270 depending on the time of year and the day of the week

Motrice 7500

Motor Car 7500 (1962-2010) 48 seated / 40 standing

This modern tram is ideal for larger groups of 40 to 60 people who do not wish to be separated between two vehicles

Book
En PCC sur le réseau STIB »

Motor Car 7065 (1956-2008) 32 seated / 30 standing

These comfortable trams had a very long career in Brussels, stretching from the early 1950s to 2010. They can accommodate up to approximately 50 people.

Book
Motrice 1064

Motor Car 1064 (1934-1973) 18 seated / 17 standing

This vehicle was an integral part of the Brussels streetscape for 40 years. It's ideal for groups of up to about 20 people. However, it can be coupled with a trailer (from the same period): this doubles its capacity to 40 passengers.

Book
Motrice 5008

Motor Car 5008 (1935-1976) 30 seated / 20 standing

These spacious and comfortable trams are ideal for longer journeys through the city. They can accommodate about 30 (seated) passengers. Certain trams of the 5000 series have an on-board sound system.

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Uccle and Fort-Jaco (2 hours)

A marvellous trip through the green southern parts of the city. You will get to see beautiful “Art Nouveau” mansions in Etterbeek, Ixelles and Uccle, as well as affluent neighbourhoods around Saint-Job and Fort-Jaco.

Itinerary: Tram Museum – Cinquantenaire – Place Flagey – Place Janson – Ma Campagne – Avenue Brugmann – Square des Héros – Dieweg – Place Saint-Job – Fort-Jaco – return trip: same itinerary

Estimated price:
• from € 860 to € 1140 depending on the time of year and the day of the week

Motrice 7500

Motor Car 7500 (1962-2010) 48 seated / 40 standing

This modern tram is ideal for larger groups of 40 to 60 people who do not wish to be separated between two vehicles

Book
En PCC sur le réseau STIB »

Motor Car 7065 (1956-2008) 32 seated / 30 standing

These comfortable trams had a very long career in Brussels, stretching from the early 1950s to 2010. They can accommodate up to approximately 50 people.

Book
Motrice 1064

Motor Car 1064 (1934-1973) 18 seated / 17 standing

This vehicle was an integral part of the Brussels streetscape for 40 years. It's ideal for groups of up to about 20 people. However, it can be coupled with a trailer (from the same period): this doubles its capacity to 40 passengers.

Book
Motrice 5008

Motor Car 5008 (1935-1976) 30 seated / 20 standing

These spacious and comfortable trams are ideal for longer journeys through the city. They can accommodate about 30 (seated) passengers. Certain trams of the 5000 series have an on-board sound system.

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Uccle and Fort-Jaco, return via Boitsfort (2h30)

A slightly longer and equally marvellous trip through the green southern part of Brussels. Besides the “Art Nouveau” mansions you will get to see in Etterbeek, Ixelles and Uccle, you will also pass through the university neighbourhood as well as leafy Boitsfort.

Itinerary: Tram Museum – Cinquantenaire – Place Flagey – Place Janson – Ma Campagne – Avenue Brugmann – Square des Héros – Dieweg – Place Saint-Job – Fort-Jaco – return trip: the same itinerary until place Flagey, then ULB – Place Wiener – Boulevard du Souverain – Tram Museum

Estimated price:
• from € 890 to € 1190 depending on the time of year and the day of the week

Motrice 7500

Motor Car 7500 (1962-2010) 48 seated / 40 standing

This modern tram is ideal for larger groups of 40 to 60 people who do not wish to be separated between two vehicles

Book
En PCC sur le réseau STIB »

Motor Car 7065 (1956-2008) 32 seated / 30 standing

These comfortable trams had a very long career in Brussels, stretching from the early 1950s to 2010. They can accommodate up to approximately 50 people.

Book
Motrice 1064

Motor Car 1064 (1934-1973) 18 seated / 17 standing

This vehicle was an integral part of the Brussels streetscape for 40 years. It's ideal for groups of up to about 20 people. However, it can be coupled with a trailer (from the same period): this doubles its capacity to 40 passengers.

Book
Motrice 5008

Motor Car 5008 (1935-1976) 30 seated / 20 standing

These spacious and comfortable trams are ideal for longer journeys through the city. They can accommodate about 30 (seated) passengers. Certain trams of the 5000 series have an on-board sound system.

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Extended tour of Brussels (3 hours)

This trip includes a lot of Brussels’ must-sees! Our destination is the Heysel Plateau, the location of the Atomium. We also ride through beautiful areas of Ixelles and Saint-Gilles, the area surrounding Avenue Louise, the Royal Quarter, the Brussels-Charleroi canal, Midi station, Barrière de Saint-Gilles and leafy Boulevard du Souverain.

Tour: Tram Museum – Cinquantenaire – Place Flagey – Bois de la Cambre – Louise Avenue – Place Poelaert – Sablon – Place Royale – Parc de Bruxelles – Botanique – Saint Mary’s Royal Church – Place Liedts – Square De Trooz – Place Bockstael – Jette Cemetery – King Baudouin Stadium – return trip: the same route until Jette Cemetery, then Avenue Woeste – Leopold II Boulevard – Sainctelette – Porte de Ninove – Midi station – Place Wielemans – Barrière de Saint-Gilles – Place Janson – Place Flagey – ULB – Place Wiener – Boulevard du Souverain – Tram Museum

Estimated price:
• from € 1320 to € 1760, depending on the time of year and on the day of the week

Motrice 7500

Motor Car 7500 (1962-2010) 48 seated / 40 standing

This modern tram is ideal for larger groups of 40 to 60 people who do not wish to be separated between two vehicles

Book
En PCC sur le réseau STIB »

Motor Car 7065 (1956-2008) 32 seated / 30 standing

These comfortable trams had a very long career in Brussels, stretching from the early 1950s to 2010. They can accommodate up to approximately 50 people.

Book
Motrice 1064

Motor Car 1064 (1934-1973) 18 seated / 17 standing

This vehicle was an integral part of the Brussels streetscape for 40 years. It's ideal for groups of up to about 20 people. However, it can be coupled with a trailer (from the same period): this doubles its capacity to 40 passengers.

Book
Motrice 5008

Motor Car 5008 (1935-1976) 30 seated / 20 standing

These spacious and comfortable trams are ideal for longer journeys through the city. They can accommodate about 30 (seated) passengers. Certain trams of the 5000 series have an on-board sound system.

Book

Today, the museum is closed

Next opening time
Wednesday 26.07.2017 from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Opening time

17.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

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30.07.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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06.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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13.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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15.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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20.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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27.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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03.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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10.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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24.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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01.10.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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15.10.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm

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12.11.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm

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10.12.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm

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29.07.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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05.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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12.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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19.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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26.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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02.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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09.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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16.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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23.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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30.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 7 pm

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14.10.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm

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11.11.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm

Opening time

09.12.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm

Opening time

26.07.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Opening time

02.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Opening time

09.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Opening time

14.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Opening time

16.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Opening time

23.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Opening time

30.08.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Opening time

06.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Opening time

13.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Opening time

20.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

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27.09.2017 : Open from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)

Information

Please note that it is not possible to reserve seats on our vehicles running on our historical lines (Tervuren, Cinquantenaire, Stockel and BM) during weekends and holidays.

Are you looking for an original setting
for your event?

Birthdays, cocktails, company parties, silver and golden wedding anniversaries: they are all good reasons to rent one of our old trams or buses.
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Sur les Rails

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