The public transport service of the city of Luxembourg exposes its old vehicles in this building reminiscent of tram depots, specially developed in Luxembourg-Hollerich, the “Tramsmuseum” inaugurated in 1991.
You will discover in this very rich exhibition the history of public public transport in Luxembourg, since the time of the horse-drawn tram (operating from 1875 to 1908) with a replica of a tram pulled by a horse, old electric drives, a Ford vehicle for the maintenance of catenaries, perfectly restored old buses, scale models, photographic documents, films, various objects such as maps and plans, uniforms of controllers , transport tickets, …
Do you know that before the new tramway put into service in 2017, a tramway was in circulation in Luxembourg City 50 years ago? The last electric tram (car No. 34 on display in the museum and in operation during guided tours) ran until 1964 on line 10 between Theater Square and Walferdange. It has been then replaced by buses.
Opening hours: Thursday from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 10 am to 6 pm
Small museum accessible to everybody, from the youngest to the oldest for nostalgia, for the mechanics fans, …
Visits possible by appointment.
63, r. de Bouillon
- +352 47 96 23 85