The Zürich Tram Museum is a biggest Swiss transport museum in the city of Zürich, Switzerland. The museum is devoted to the history of the Zürich tram system. The museum was established in 1968. The main museum building is placed at the former tram depot, Tramdepot Burgwies.
The museum at Burgwies is open to the visitor on several days a week. Museum visiting time may change according to the weather condition. The museum operates an occasional historical tram service between Burgwies and the city center in the last week of each month.
The museum’s collection contains about 20 maintained tram cars, almost all which are working. The museum also includes a mezzanine level with smaller displays. These include a model tramway layout representing the city’s street scene over the years, together with a collection of documents and pictures. The museum shop futures a collection of books, postcards, models, and souvenirs.
Zurich Tram Museum Opening Times:
Wednesday: 1 pm – 6 pm
Saturday: 1 pm – 6 pm
Sunday: 1 pm – 6 pm
Zürich Tram Museum Tickets:
|AHV / IV / Young Person, 16–18 years||CHF||8.00|
|Child 6–16 years||CHF||6.00|
|Required accompanying Person of a handicapped person||free|
|Parent and/or Grand parent* with own
children/grandchildren up to the age of 16. (* max. 2 adults)
(including membership of the Zurich Tram Museum Club)
|Child/young person (6-18 years)||CHF||50.00|
|Family (father, mother, children up to 16 years)||CHF||100.00|
|Grandparent (grandchildren up to 16 years)||CHF||100.00|
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