Tourist tram, city ​​tour the Hague with history

The Tourist Tram is a wonderful attraction in The Hague. Ideal for getting to know the city. A kind of round of the business, and a perfect connection between the city and the beach of Scheveningen. And that in an authentic, historic tram. And on the way you can get on or off at all stops. This way you can easily visit all the sights!

City tour from April to October

To be precise; The Tourist Tram runs from 30 March to 28 October (this applied to 2018) every half hour between 10.00 and 5.30 p.m. from The Hague city center to Scheveningen beach.
In the months of July and August, the Tourist Tram runs from Wednesday to Sunday. If you want to be aware of this city tour, take a look at the site of this historic tram.

The timetable per stop can be viewed here.

You can find out everything along the way, because there is an audio tour. With a ticket for one or more days you can get on and off unlimited hop-on, hop-off during the city tour.


foto: site Tourist tram

Prices hop-on hop-off Tourist tram

Day ticket (24 hour) € 15,-
2-days ticket (48 hour) € 19,-
Children’s ticket 2 days* (48 hour) € 5,-

* The child ticket applies to children from 4 to 12 years old. Children younger than 4 years of age travel for free.

With a day ticket you can travel all that unlimited with the Hop-on Hop-off tram. With a weekend card this even applies for two days. Tickets can be purchased at the tram itself (PIN and credit card only), at the tourist information office, at the HTM service points at Central Station and at Hollands Spoor. In addition to the tram driver, every Tourist Tram has a host who takes care of receiving travelers, answering questions, providing information and selling tickets.

Route Tourist tram

The Tourist Tram runs between The Hague city center (center) and Scheveningen beach. During the route you will pass the many tourist attractions and sights of The Hague, such as Noordeinde Palace, Escher in The Palace, Binnenhof, Mauritshuis, Panorama Mesdag, Peace Palace, Madurodam (walk), SEA LIFE Scheveningen, Kurhaus, Pier, Scheveningen Harbor , Municipal Museum and the Palace Garden. The route has a total of sixteen stops. You can get off at all stops and get on again.

  • Grote Kerk

    Tourist tram Den Haag Centrum
    foto; Wikipedia
  • Centrum
  • Centraal Station
  • Kneuterdijk
  • Mauritskade
  • Vredespaleis
  • World Forum
  • Keizerstraat
  • Scheveningseslag / Beelden aan Zee
  • Kurhaus
  • Zwarte Pad
  • Statenlaan
  • Scheveningen Haven
  • Gemeentemuseum / Museon / Omniversum
  • Van Speijkstraat
  • Noordwal

The Tourist Tram can be recognized by the tram line designation ‘T’.

The route has a total length of 16 kilometers, and is driven within 55 minutes. Rail driver Kees Pronk made a video of the route:

The Hague audio tour
Every seat in the Tourist Tram is provided with an audio tour that explains the sights along the route. In addition to the different languages, the audio tour can also be done in The Hague!