On a recent weekend in Zürich, a vintage tram caught our attention. As it turned out, the Tram Museum has its own line which picks up visitors at various spots throughout town during the last weekend of each month. After a 15 minute trip down Memory Lane, we conveniently arrived at the museum entrance.
This little gem of a museum allows you to learn all about Zürich’s most iconic mode of transportation. Furthermore, most trams in the exhibit are asking to be explored inside out... Many historical photographs bring the Zürich of days past back to life, and interactive elements help to keep kids (of all ages) entertained.
On days when the museum line is not operating, the easiest way to get there is by taking tram 11 (Zürich, Rehalp) to the Burgwies station.
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