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Time Stands Still for Police Box at Crich Tramway Village

Time Stands Still for Police Box at Crich Tramway VillageWhilst Crich Tramway Village is obviously known for its trams, we also have a significant collection of street furniture items, which are also historically important. During our recent closed period, we have been able to take the opportunity to carry out much needed...

Trams Running Again from Saturday 2nd July 2022

Trams Running Again from Saturday 2nd July 2022We are pleased to announce that following some essential safety work, the vintage trams are running again and the museum is excited to welcome visitors, old and new, back for the summer visits from Saturday 2nd July 2022. We have been unable to open all facilities,...

Return of Halle 902

Return of Halle 902Halle 902 has just returned from Blackpool, where it has been on loan since May 2018. It was originally intended to be displayed and stored in Blackpool’s Rigby Road depot for two years, but due to disruptions caused by Covid-19, the stay was extended. We are very...

Steam Tram ‘John Bull’ to join the Beyer Bash in Wales

Steam Tram ‘John Bull’ to join the Beyer Bash in Wales  We are pleased to announce that our steam tram ‘John Bull’ will be featuring as one of the special guests at the ‘Beyer Bash’ hosted by the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway from May 20th to 22nd 2022. Visitors will be able to see the tram on static...

Heritage Railway Awards 2022

Heritage Railway Awards 2022We are delighted to have achieved runner up in two categories of the Heritage Railway Association (HRA) Awards 2022. Runner Up in the The HRA Award for Outstanding Visitor Attraction 2022 is a great accomplishment and we wish to express huge thanks to our staff,...

Exciting Easter at Crich Tramway Village

Exciting Easter at Crich Tramway VillageThere’s a lot to look forward to for everyone this Easter at Crich Tramway Village. Between 9 and 24 April Join in the #SuperSillyMuseums trail from @scholasticuk & @NickSharratt1 this Easter! Share a picture of one of the museum objects you’ve found...

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.