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"Musée du Tram Bruxellois (Woluwe-St-Pierre)" Top 5 Page for this destination Museums Tip by Norali

Museums, Brussels: 24 reviews and 25 photos

  The old train path in Woluwe park
by Norali

My commune has two quite OTBP museums. This Musée du tram (Tram Museum of Brussels) is the second I wanted to talk about, the first being the Book Binding museum in Bibliotheca Wittockiana.

The tram museum is a working museum with not only old trams but also old busses.
Open from 1.30pm to 7pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from the first weekend of April until the first weekend of October.
For more, see hereafter website
When in, choose your language (English included).

Also, check hereafter website to see images of those old models of trams and busses. When in, you can see other pics (click on thumbnails on the left).

It's a shame that I live 5 minutes from the museums (both Wittockiana and Musée du tram) but never vitied them. The museums in the center appealed me more. One day.. one day, maybe :) However, those museums are more OTBP ones. A real running off for both kids and lesser kids :)

364 Avenue de Tervuren, near Mellaerts pond.
Take Metroline 1B (dir. Stockel). Step down at Metro M station Montgomery. There, take Tram 39 (dir. Ban Eik) or 44 (dir. Tervuren) from their terminus. Step down at 6th stop “Depot de Woluwe/Woluwe Remise”. Tram museum is just at your left.



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  • Updated Apr 15, 2004
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