TRAM TRAVELS

Grotte de Han

Operates only in summer

City: Han-sur-Lesse (Belgium).
Total route length: 3.1 km (1.9 miles).

Track gauge: 1000 mm (metre gauge).
Opened: July 1, 1906.
Closed: March 2020 because of COVID-19.
Reopened: May 8, 2021.

Description

The trams run only from the city to the cave with passengers.
The trams run without passengers back to the city.

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Tram lines in operation

Han-sur-Lesse Grotte de Han: Han-sur-Lesse - Grotterne
Operates only in summer

Grotte de Han stops

Han-sur-Lesse, and The caves.


Grotte de Han route map

View the route map in high resolution.

Current trams at the museum

Railcar: ART 90, AR159, AR168, AR 266, and AR.89.

Sidecar: GR002, GR005, and 19220.

Former trams at the museum

Sidecar: A.8821, and 8895.

Indicative opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am - 4:30 pm

See the official opening hours.

Address

Rue Joseph Lamotte 2
5580 Han-sur-Lesse

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Links

Grotte de Han
Language: Dutch, English, French, German.

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Last updated: March 3, 2024.