URGENT MESSAGE – WE ARE ABLE TO OPEN SOME AREAS FROM WEDNESDAY 25TH MAY, BUT THIS EXCLUDES THE EXHIBITION HALL, INDOOR PLAY AREA AND TRAM DEPOTS DUE TO SAFETY CONCERNS AROUND OUR DEPOT FAN. WE REGRET WE ARE UNABLE TO RUN TRAMS AND THIS MAY BE THE CASE FOR SOME WEEKS. PLEASE SEE OUR TICKETS PAGE FOR MORE DETAILS. https://www.tramway.co.uk/plan-your-visit/tickets

PLEASE CHECK THIS PAGE AND OUR FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM AND TWITTER PAGES FOR UP-DATES.

Home of the National Tramway Museum, come and be transported back in time on our vintage trams. Soak up the atmosphere in our period street with a visit to the shops and take refreshments from the tearooms and in the Red Lion pub.

Please check our opening dates as we are closed on some Fridays throughout the season and on Saturday 11th June. https://www.tramway.co.uk/plan-your-visit/tickets.  Download our Crich Tramway Village leaflet 2022

You can also download our events leaflets Events April – July 2022 and Events July – October 2022  or visit the Events section of our website: https://www.tramway.co.uk/whatson/list/

We have suffered a drastic loss of income during lock-down. If you would like to make donation, it would be gratefully appreciated.

Unlimited entry for 12 months

With full priced tickets *

* terms and conditions apply

Ride the Trams

We recommend wearing face coverings our enclosed trams and carriages (unless medically exempt). Please see: Covid-19 Up-date -Easing of Restrictions (2)

Stunning Location

Stretch your legs on the sculpture trail and enjoy breathtaking views.

Indoor Exhibitions

A journey through the history of trams, taking in horse, steam and electric trams. Don’t miss the amazing inventions of Michael Holroyd Smith too.

Period Village Scene

Step back in time along our recreated period street including pub and shops.

Using the Access Tram

Accessibility

We have taken measures to ensure all of our visitors enjoy a great day with us whatever their ability. Dogs are welcome too!

Crich Tramway Village

Within Easy Reach

We are only 8 miles from the M1 and within an hour’s drive of Derby, Stoke, Leicester, Sheffield, Nottingham and Doncaster. The nearest railway station is Whatstandwell, from which it is a steep uphill walk of about 1 mile.

Upcoming Event

Beside the Seaside

Saturday 28th May to Saturday 4th June 

Great British Seaside Event – fun fair, children’s entertainment, Punch and Judy, craft making and bingo.

See our What’s On page for details: https://www.tramway.co.uk/whatson

 

 

 

 

 

Get Involved

Volunteering at Crich

We need your support. You can help in a number of ways: become a memberbecome a volunteer or give a donation.

The Tramway Village App

Download our App!

The Crich Tramway Village app on Situate contains information to help you get the most out of your visit. It includes an interactive map of the site, as well as details of the various attractions, walking trails and tram stops.

Download Situate from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store then install The Crich Tramway Village app from the list.

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Crich Tramway Village is a brand name for the National Tramway Museum (Accredited with Arts Council England), solely owned and operated by The Tramway Museum Society, incorporated in England with liability by guarantee (no. 744229). Registered charity number 313615. Our ICO number is Z6700136.

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