SKJOLDNÆSHOLM TRAM MUSEUM

Skjoldenæsholm Tram Museum opened to the public on May 26th 1978 and is constantly being enlarged.
The museum is run exclusively by unpaid volunteers, who, as members of Sporvejshistorisk Selskab / the Danish Tramway Historical Society spend a great part of their spare time ensuring the smooth running and expansion of the museum. At the museum you will find 2 lines with trams from Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense and some foreign cities, including the Melbourne tram, which was a gift from Australia to the Danish Crown Prince couple at the birth of Prince Christian. The museum owns more than 100 trams, about half of which have been restored and are now on show.

Take a ride in one of the trams into the woods and enjoy your picnic at the tables and benches by the stops.

To know more about the museum, admission prices and current opening hours go to http://www.sporvejsmuseet.dk/engelsk/index.htm

Opening hours: From April 21st to October 20th: Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 10.00-17.00. During the Danish holidays the opening hours vary but can always be seen on the museum’s website.