There’s so much to learn and enjoy for all the family – including your dog!
Come and experience a trip back in time, to the home of the National Tramway Museum. Vintage trams transport you along the period street into open countryside with breathtaking views of the Derwent Valley, and you can take as many rides as you wish during the day.
New for this season is the Arms to Armistice exhibition, which reflects the challenges women faced to be treated as equals on the tramways during the First World War, as well as their quick dismissal when the men returned from War.
There is a programme of special events, which include Edwardian, World War II and Starlight Spectacular events, plus a selection of dates when our 1874 Horse Tram is in operation. See the website for the full event listing.
Visitors get 12 months’ free entry with all full price tickets (free return excludes the WW2 /1940s events) so there is even more reason to make a return to Crich.
Crich Tramway Village is open daily until 5th November 2017 from 10.00am – 5.30pm (Last admissions at 4.00pm). It is situated near Matlock, Derbyshire, and eight miles from M1 junction 28.
2017 Admission prices: Adults: £16.50; Seniors (aged 60+): £12.50; Children (aged 4-15 years): £9.50; Family (2 adults, 3 children) £39.50. Save 50p per ticket by booking online at least 24 hours in advance. Group discounts are available for groups of ten or more.
For further information telephone 01773 854321 or visit: www.tramway.co.uk