Winter tram ride in historic tram
That's romantic: riding in a historic tram through wintry The Hague with all the Christmas lights, winter events and pretty decorations. Throughout December and until Sunday 7 January, old trams will ride through the city to Scheveningen and back every weekend (except Sun 24 & Sun 31 Dec) on Saturdays and Sundays. A guide will tell you all about the city, the beach and the various winter events.
Info about the tram ride
Trams depart four times a day from Church Square in the city centre.
A tram ride takes about an hour. Boarding can be done at the Kerkplein stop (alighting at the Zwarte Pad stop if necessary). The route the tram takes: Grote Kerk/Kerkplein, Groenmarkt, Buitenhof, Hofweg, Spui, Central Station, Korte Voorhout, Hofvijver, Kneuterdijk, Mauritskade, Plein 1813, Vredespaleis, Scheveningseweg, Keizerstraat, Kurhaus, Zwarte Pad, Nieuwe Parklaan, Madurodam, Koninginnegracht, Malieveld, Lange Vijverberg, Buitenhof, Gravenstraat, Grote Kerk.
- Please note that you cannot get on and off along the way.
- At noon, the first tram of the day departs and the last one starts its journey at 3pm.