NZH Public Transport Museum and its collection

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The NZH Transportation Museum was created in 1981 to mark the 100th anniversary of the transportation company NZHVM. Later called the NZH. In its existence it was the largest public transport company in the Netherlands with 1000 buses and about 3000 employees. The transport area stretched between Texel and The Hague, also the city transport in Haarlem was driven by the NZH. The Stichting NZH Vervoer Museum is located in a former furniture factory in the Waarderpolder in Haarlem. With an area of 2000 m² there is sufficient, well-lit space, for the presentation of our historic buses and streetcars. The museum is wheelchair friendly.

NLNZH Vervoer Museum

Science & Technology  Science & Technology History & Anthropology  History & Anthropology Automotive

NZH Public Transport Museum
A.Hofmanweg 35
2031 BH Haarlem

Visitor information NZH Public Transport Museum

Opening hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday
11:00 – 16:00
Sunday Closed

Admission

0 – 3Free
4 – 12€3.00
Museumkaart €1.50 discount
Adults€5.50
groups of 10 people or more€4.50

Facilities

Wheelchair accessible
Museum shop
Coffee
Child-friendly

Location & Map

A.Hofmanweg 35, Haarlem

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