At the Brussels Tram Museum you can find a vast collection of vehicles that have spent their lifetime in the streets of the city, vehicles from a period that spans over a century.
During our opening season you can make a trip with one of our historical vehicles. You can relive the atmosphere of the early 20th century on the Avenue de Tervuren and in the Sonian Forest.
A dedicated Museum line with old buses lets you discover the areas between the Museum and the Place Royale: you will see Cinquantenaire Park, the European quarter, the squares quarter…
Additionally, you can rent our vehicles as well as our museum halls for any kind of event.
From the 20th to the 26th of August Muziekpublique’s Hide & Seek Festival will open the doors of unusual and impressive locations in Brussels for a series of acoustic concerts of traditional world music. Enjoy an afternoon concert in combination […]
A few weeks ago our collection of destination signs and blinds expanded with the arrival of a number of special “bicornes”, named after the bicorn hats famously worn by Napoleon in the late 1700s and early 1800s. These “bicornes” were […]
Tram 1348 (from 1914) has only barely returned to Woluwe after a successful renovation at the ARTERAIL workshops in Nancy, France… and now it’s motor car 984’s turn! This tram from 1906 will get a complete overhaul at the same company […]
This unique vehicle left Brussels on 8 April 2017, still with its old number 1428. Its destination: the workshops of ARTERAIL in Nancy, France. It is there that it was going to be restored to its former splendor. Just over a […]
Due to an inventory, and in order to offer you a better service, the Retro-Shop will be exceptionaly closed the Saturday 23rd June 2018 during all the day.
On the 2nd of June the renovated Place Dumon (at Stockel, Woluwe St. Pierre) was officially opened by local and regional officials. Our Museum took part in the festivities with “standard” tram 1259, in its original state with trolley pole. The vehicle […]
Thanks a the laudable suggestion by the Marketing manager of STIB, the organizers of this professional public transit seminar have chosen the Museum’s “Guy Cudell” hall as the location for their event (that, until now, usually took place in one […]
From October to March the Museum is in winter mode, opening its doors every second weekend of the month from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. This winter’s last opening weekend is on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 March. As usual […]
As usual, our Museum is in “winter mode” from October to March, opening its doors every second weekend of the month from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. You can taste our delicious pancakes while enjoying the view of the Museum’s […]