Crich Tramway Village is the base for the National Tramway Museum.Located in the stunning Derbyshire countryside, it takes visitors back to the age of trams and simpler times. Vintage trams take visitors on trips into the spectacular Derwent Valley. Admission includes unlimited electric tram rides, entry to exhibitions and the enchanting Woodland Walk and Sculpture Trail.
Where is Crich Tramway Village located?
Located in the village of Crich, 6 miles from Matlock, 15 miles north of Derby and 8 miles from the M1. Follow the brown signs for the Tramway Museum.
Details on what activities are available at Crich Tramway Village?
As well as vintage tram rides, you can visit the exhibitions, watch expert craftsmen maintaining and restoring vintage trams, visit the gift shop and sweet shop and enjoy refreshments in Rita's Tearooms and the Red Lion pub. There's also a programme of special events.
Things to do in the local area?
Situated in the heart of Derbyshire, Matlock is only 8 miles away, with attractions including the Heights of Abraham and the Peak District Lead Mining Museum. Cromford Mill and the Cromford Canal (Birdswood) are 5 miles away. A bus service runs Monday -Saturday (excluding bank holidays) to and from Alfreton and Matlock rail stations.