Zürich Tram Museum
Forchstrasse 260, 8008 Zürich, Switzerland
About Zürich Tram Museum
The Zurich Tram Museum offers a great rainy day activity for kids. The museum is essentially a large garage bay that holds several historical models of Zurich’s trams. As soon as you enter the museum, your child is given a ticket that they can validate in a machine. Then you can make your rounds getting in and looking at all the old Zurich trams.
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