Ride the Trams

 

Ride the trams
Please note that we are maintaining some health & safety measures as Covid19 guidelines ease. Face coverings are RECOMMENDED on our trams (unless medically exempt or for children under 11).

Trams depart regularly from town end and will return to Stephenson’s Place with stops at Wakebridge (for the mining display, Cabmen’s Shelter, Octagon, worm toilet and Woodland Walk) and Glory Mine.(For public footpath to the Sherwood Foresters Memorial).

Dogs on a lead are accepted, provided that owners clean up after them. They are not permitted in the cafe or the indoor children’s play area, but can go everywhere else, including on the floor of the lower decks of trams.

We are sorry that our vintage trams were not designed to take pushchairs and buggies, so we kindly request that these are left in the Buggy Shelter at Town End while you enjoy your tram ride.

For wheelchair users, we have a specially adapted tram, which operates if requested at least one week in advance of your visit – see Wheelchair Access below.

Health and Safety: We want you to enjoy your day with us, so there are a few things which you could think about that will make the day safer for you. Please do not lean outside the tram and ensure that items such as ‘selfie- sticks’, camera-poles and umbrellas remain within the tram at all times and do not affect other passengers. Please do not use these items on the upper deck of open-topped trams.

Tram map

1. Terminus Town End

Board trams at the terminus near the Assembly Rooms.

Please leave buggies and pushchairs in the Buggy Shelter provided while you ride on the trams.

Please note, in order to help preserve the vintage trams, no smoking, food or drink is permitted on the trams.

 

Stephenson Place

2. Stephenson Place

Alighting point for all Passengers.

We are keeping contact between passengers to a minimum and only permitted alighting at Victoria Park and Wakebridge on the return tram journey.

3. Victoria Park

For band stand, play area, main entrance and car park. May only be accessed from the tram on the return journey.

Woodland Trail

4. Wakebridge

For Woodland Walk, Lead Mining Display, Octagon, Cabman’s Shelter and Worm Toilet. May only be accessed from the tram on the return journey.

5. Glory Mine

Picnic area with superb views over the Amber Valley and public footpath to Crich Stand.  If you wish to go inside the tower, please check their opening times: https://mercianregiment.co.uk/crich 

Wheelchair Access

If you are a wheelchair user or mobility impaired and cannot access our main fleet of trams, we do have an Access Tram (Berlin 3006), which has an appropriate platform for your wheelchair.  This currently runs on most days (subject to crew availability) if requested at least one week in advance. Please email: enquiry@tramway.co.uk to request this.

Opening Dates & Times 2022

SPRING SEASON

Saturday 12th March to Thursday 9th June - Open Saturday to Thursday (Closed Fridays EXCEPT Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday - 3rd June).

Sunday 12th June - Thursday 21st July - Open Saturday to Thursday (Closed Fridays).

OPENING TIMES:

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

Weekends and Bank Holidays 10am - 5.30pm (Last admissions 4pm) Except Sunday 17th April when we are open until 7.30pm - last admissions 6pm.

For Summer and Autumn dates - please see Opening Dates under 'Ticket Prices and Opening Dates'.

 

 

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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