Six trams, including the blue-beige trams from 200 and 200 and vehicles from the years’ 20 and ‘ 200, drive Wednesday 26 April on the tram tracks in The Hague. Especially for King’s Day 200 they will be put on track and you can ride.

Wednesday between 11. and 12.04 hourly one runs every ten minutes historic tram between the Statenkwartier and Central Station.

Ride along with historic tram:

A single ride costs 3 euros for adults and children up to and including

year pay 1,26 euros. A return costs 5 euros and for children 2,27 euros. You can pay with pin or credit card.

You can get on and off at the stops Van Boetzelaerlaan, Frederik Hendriklaan, Kneuterdijk, Centrum (only in the direction of Spui) and Central Station (only in the direction of Statenkwartier). For the current times, check the website of the The Hague public transport museum.

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