Kids in Museums

Kids on sculpture

Crich Tramway Village is a family friendly environment, we have recently signed up as a supporter of the Kids in Museums Manifesto. Below are some hints and tips to make your visit more fulfilling and enjoyable.

We love Kids in Museums

Discovery Depot Indoor Play Area

Discovery Centre

The Indoor Play Area (Next to the Exhibition Hall) is now open from Tuesday 14th September to Sunday 31st October 12.00pm – 4.00pm 

The outdoor playground can be found near to Victoria Park.

 

Outdoor Play Area

The outdoor play area includes a Mordred castle, swings, see-saw, twister, zip wire and pick- up sticks. The outdoor play area is situated near to the Woodland Walk and Sculpture Trail and will provide more facilities for older children.

Outdoor Play Area
Outdoor Play Area
Outdoor Play Area

Backpacks – sorry not currently available

Why not borrow one of our brilliant backpacks to get the most out of your visit? They are full of activities to encourage you to explore the Woodland Walk with it’s fascinating Sculpture Trail as well as the Museum’s exhibitions. They are suitable for 3 – 11 year olds and are available from reception.

Choose the appropriate backpack for your child’s age and interest:

  1. Calling all Explorers – Key stage 1 (Infants and families with younger children.
  2. Calling all Storytellers – (Owl Babies Story & Fox’s Socks Story) – Early Years and Key Stage 1 (Nursery, infants and families with young children).
  3. Calling all Nature Champions – Birds and Butterflies – Key Stage 2 (Juniors and families with older children).
  4. Calling all Nature Champions – Plants and Insects – Key Stage 2 (Juniors and families with older children).
  5. Calling all Tramway Trackers – Key Stage 2+ (Juniors and families with older children).
  6. Sensory Support – S1, S2 – Children and young people with learning difficulties.

Facilities

Rita’s Tearooms offers take away snacks. It is recommended that face coverings are worn by adults and children over 11 in the shops, catering areas and they are mandatory on the trams (unless you are exempt under government guidelines).

Baby changing facilities can be found in the Red Lion and Assembly Room toilets. We also have two large picnic areas, one on the outdoor play area and one situated along the Woodland Walk offering amazing views over the Derwent Valley.

We are an accessible Museum with smooth pathways through the granite setts, making the Museum suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. There are also lifts or ramps to all visitor facilities. You can even bring your dog with you provided that they are kept on a lead at all times (though they are not permitted in Rita’s Tearooms or the indoor children’s play area).

Opening Dates & Times 2021

Monday 6th September to Sunday 31st October (Open Saturdays to Thursdays EXCEPT Wednesday 20th October when we are only open to TMS Members who have pre-booked) plus we will be open on Friday 29th October.

OPENING TIMES:

Weekends: 10am - 5.30pm (Last admissions 4pm).

Weekdays: 10am - 4.30pm (Last admissions 3pm).

 

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