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We got into this museum on the Zurich card so we were pretty happy. If we had paid full price I might have been a little disappointed. It was aimed at fairly young Children but our tweens and teens enjoyed. Unfortunately, there are no signs...More
I was looking for something different on a rainy Sunday afternoon as my wife and daughter wanted to go to the Christmas Market and found the Tram museum. It's a short ride out of the city centre in an old tram shed. It's a great...More
The no11 tram stops right outside the door.Entry is 12ch No senior concessions.There are about 12 tram cars some with a written explanation,none in English. There are a few platforms but no hazard strips,watch your step.There is a gallery upstairs with a small working tram...More
If you have children and haven't been here: GO! It's the most amazing place and three hours is apparently not enough time. I wanted to leave before my son, and on the way back home, (we went by tram (!)), he told me he wanted...More
Great little museum not far from the centre of Zurich and we'll worth a visit if you love trams. Lots of very well maintained old trams and other items associated with the tramway.
Entrance us through the supermarket which shares the old tram shed with...More
If you like trans and trains we recommend this, it is a 20 minute tram ride from the centre on route 11. There are videos and you can get into trams and see the history. There is also a wooden tram for children to play...More
We took out 1 year old son here and I must say everyone had a good time from grandpa, to Dad, to baby. We spent about an hour here and there was plenty to do. It was a Very interactive experience as you could touch...More
We didn't know about this museum for a long time, but finally visited. It has some greatly maintained old trams, a display of old uniforms, pictures and tram maps and a small shop. A great visit as you can climb into or go under the...More
It was my wish for a long time when visiting Zürich to go to the museum, because it is not open daily and only in the afternoon from 1:00 PM. Check this out before your visit. The museum is located in a refurnished tram depot...More