Crich Tramway Village

A Great Day Out For All The Family

Come and experience a trip back in time, to the home of the National Tramway Museum, at Crich Tramway Village, which is suitable for all ages.

Vintage trams transport you along the period street into open countryside with breathtaking views of the Derwent Valley, and you can take as many electric tram rides as you wish during the day.

Exhibitions include the Arms to Armistice exhibition, detailing the challenges faced by women whilst working on the trams during the First World War; the Century of Trams exhibition, showing the development from 1860s horse drawn trams to the electric era up to the 1960s and you can discover more about life during the early development of transport in George Stephenson’s Discovery Centre.

There are children’s play areas, plus a tearoom, pub, sweet shop and gift shop, as well as a Workshop Viewing Gallery, where you can watch a team of experts restoring the trams.

There is free parking and special rates apply for groups of ten or more.

Opening Times:

Sat 17th March – Sun 4th Nov. 2017
Daily 10am – 5.30pm (last admissions 4.00pm).
(Please check for opening times from 23rd Oct – 5th Nov 2017 nearer the dates)

Event days are really enjoyable! Take a look at this video to a get a feel for them. Then you can check out the2018 brochure below.

Address: 

The National Tramway Museum
Crich Tramway Village
nr Matlock
Derbyshire
DE4 5DP

Tel: 01773 854321

Email: enquiry@tramway.co.uk

Website: www.tramway.co.uk

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Brochure 2018: DOWNLOAD HERE

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Crich Tramway Village
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Crich Tramway Village
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Vintage trams transport you along the period street into open countryside with breathtaking views of the Derwent Valley, and you can take as many electric tram rides as you wish during the day.
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Derbyshire Gazette
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