Electrische Museumtramlijn Amsterdam
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Electrische Museumtramlijn Amsterdam information
Beyond the southwestern extremities of Vondelpark, just north of the Olympic Stadium, is the former Haarlemmermeer Station, which houses the tram museum. Historic trams sourced from all over Europe run between here and Amstelveen, making a great outing for kids and adults alike. A return trip takes about 1¼ hours and skirts the large Amsterdamse Bos recreational area.
The tram departs two to three times per hour; see the website for details.