The National Tramway Museum, Crich, Derbyshire

The museum contains over 60 trams built between 1873 and 1982 and is set within a recreated period village containing a working pub, cafe, old-style sweetshop and tram depots.

 

Entry prices include a ticket to ride the Trams all day, plus access to the Museums, the Woodland Walk, Lead Mining Display and Electrical Sub-station.

Halloween event is spectacular with many trams lit up at night.

 

A great day out, and a fantastic photo opportunity.

Address: Crich, Matlock DE4 5DP

 

Tel: 01773 854321

Open: 10am – 4.30pm (last admission 3pm) except at weekends when it closes at 5.30pm. Check the website for Seasonal variations.

Entry cost: Adults £18.00, Seniors (60+) £14.50 but savings by booking online of 50p per ticket on full priced tickets. All tickets qualify for free return within 12 months. Free car park.

Website: www.tramway.co.uk

National Tramway Museum
National Tramway Museum

Linda Ariss

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National Tramway Museum
National Tramway Museum

Linda Ariss

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National Tramway Museum
National Tramway Museum

Linda Ariss

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National Tramway Museum
National Tramway Museum

Linda Ariss

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National Tramway Museum
National Tramway Museum

Linda Ariss

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National Tramway Museum
National Tramway Museum

Linda Ariss

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National Tramway Museum
National Tramway Museum

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National Tramway Museum
National Tramway Museum

Michael Green

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