Brussels Tram Museum (Museum of Urban Transport Brussels)

(FR) Musée du Tram de Bruxelles (Musée du Transport Urbain Bruxellois) | (NL) Trammuseum Brussel (Museum voor het Stedelijk Vervoer te Brussel)
Urban transport museum focused on trams plus buses & taxis.

The Tram Museum (Museum of Urban Transport Brussels) in Brussels is a captivating journey through time, tracing the evolution of the city’s public transportation system from the late 19th century to the present day. The museum has a vast collection of trams, ranging from horse-drawn trams (that were ubiquitous in the city until the early 1900s) to electric trams and buses, all of which have played a crucial role in the city’s history.

Visitors are treated to a self-guided tour that takes them through the various exhibits, including old photographs, interactive displays, and even a restoration workshop. The museum’s knowledgeable guides are on hand to answer any questions visitors may have and provide additional insight into the city’s tram system’s history.

Step into History of Transportation

The museum’s highlight is undoubtedly the collection of trams, some of which date back to the early 1900s. Visitors can even take a ride on some of the vintage trams, allowing them to experience what it was like to travel through the city in years gone by. The museum’s collection includes trams from all over Europe, including Germany, the Netherlands, and France.

The Tram Museum in Brussels is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the city’s rich history. The museum’s collection of trams, interactive displays, and knowledgeable guides make it a fascinating and educational experience for people of all ages.

Getting There

The Museum is located in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre/Sint-Pieters-Woluwe, about 30 minutes from the Brussels city center.


Avenue de Tervueren/Tervurenlaan 364b,
1150 Brussels
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Hours and Fees


Museum admission only
Adults: €9
Seniors 65+ (with ID): €6
Young adults (6-12 years old): €4
Children (5 years old and under): Free

Museum admission and rides on the historical vehicles
Adults: €13
Seniors 65+ (with ID): €10
Young adults (6-12 years old): €6
Children (5 years old and under): Free