You can get to the Museum…
The Museum’s address is Avenue de Tervueren/Tervurenlaan 364b, 1150 Brussels
The Museum is located in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre/Sint-Pieters-Woluwe, roughly at the intersection of Avenue de Tervuren with Boulevard de la Woluwe and Boulevard du Souverain. Woluwe park and a green walking trail on the former trackbed of the Brussels-Tervuren train line are next to the Museum. The Museum entrance is on the corner of Rue Leybeek and Avenue de Tervuren.
By public transport
By train: you get off at Bruxelles-Central/Brussel-Centraal station. There, you take metro 1 in the direction of Stockel/Stokkel. At metro stop Montgomery, you get off and board a tram on line 39 (Stockel/Stokkel) or 44 (Tervuren). You get off at the Trammuseum/Musée du Tram stop.
• line 1: switch from metro to tram at Montgomery, get off the tram at the Trammuseum/Musée du Tram stop.
• line 5: get off at Hermann-Debroux, switch to tram 94 in the direction of Trammuseum/Musée du Tram. Get off at the terminus.
By tram (lines 39, 44 or 94): get off at Trammuseum/Musée du Tram.
By bus (lines 36 or 42): get off at Trammuseum/Musée du Tram.
On foot or by bike
The Museum is located next to a former railway line, now a walking and running trail from Stockel to Delta. There is a Villo (bike-share scheme) station at less than 100 metres from the Museum, and there is a small bicycle parking lot in front of the Museum entrance.
The Museum is on Avenue de Tervuren, close to both Boulevard de la Woluwe and Boulevard du Souverain.
On the outer Brussels Ring road (R0), take exit 1 (Vier Armen/Tervuren). Then, you turn in the direction of Brussels.
You can park your car on Rue Leybeek.
The museum is accessible to visitors in a wheelchair. Unfortunately our vehicles are not wheelchair accessible.
Informations during opening hours: +32 2 515 31 08