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Crich Tramway Village

| Crich, Matlock DE4 5DP, England
+44 1773 854321
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Fantastic step back in time!

We visited the Tramway Village in April. By chance the 1940s Weekend was on. We enjoyed it so much... read more

Reviewed today
John B
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Sandy, Beds
Home Front Weekend

What a super event, the Tramway had put on a huge amount of displays and things to see and do ideal... read more

Reviewed yesterday
ChrisC_2010
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UK
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Derbyshire’s award-winning family attraction lets you enjoy unlimited tram rides in a recreated village street along the mile-long track to breathtaking views. Plus play areas, shops, tea-rooms and 30,000 square feet of indoor attractions. A relaxing day out for all ages! Please note we are closed between 6th November 2017 and 16th March 2018.
  • Excellent62%
  • Very good30%
  • Average5%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“sweet shop” (146 reviews)
“woodland walk” (259 reviews)
“tea room” (144 reviews)
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| Crich, Matlock DE4 5DP, England
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+44 1773 854321
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Reviewed today

We visited the Tramway Village in April. By chance the 1940s Weekend was on. We enjoyed it so much, we went again in August. The site is well set out. It has an old police station, old sweet shop, old pub and a lovely tea...More

Thank John B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What a super event, the Tramway had put on a huge amount of displays and things to see and do ideal for all ages, and many visitors also came dresses for the occasion. Ate in the Tea Rooms and the food and service were excellent...More

Thank ChrisC_2010
Reviewed yesterday

It is possible to spend an entire day here if you take things easy. The entrance is clear, short driveway to an extensive car park - but do try get there before 10.45 to park easily. A short walk takes you to a smooth operational...More

Thank JANET B
Reviewed 2 days ago

As he sang: 'at the Crich tram museum.. we were there from 9 to chucking out time, there was so much there worth seeing. ' Not just trams but woodland walks, old buildings, social history, activities for the family. We enjoyed the tram ride, lovely...More

2  Thank gloria p
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I went on a coach trip here with a party of retired teachers. I liked the manageability of the site and that you could easily walk round. It was a fine day so we loved walking round the sculpture trail. Some lovely carvings on a...More

1  Thank PinkDiva_243
Reviewed 2 days ago

Since getting my years pass I have been quite a few times and had different days out every time, its such a lovely place to take the children and they love going, its like stepping back in time with cobble streets and the old shops,...More

1  Thank Helenmarie1
Reviewed 2 days ago

This was a most interesting day out. Not only were there unlimited rides in old trams. But also guided tours and museums on the history of trams,There were viewing platforms to watch trams being restored.Displays of old trams and of trams in WW2....and so much...More

Thank Chesswidow
Reviewed 2 days ago

We went to Crich Tramway Village on Monday of last week. It was £39.50 for a family of 2 adults and up to 3 children and the great thing is that once you buy one family ticket it's valid for a whole year - so...More

1  Thank SarahJTR75
Reviewed 2 days ago

We visited the tram museum on the Sunday of 1940's week-end. On arrival you receive a pre-decimal penny (or ha' penny for the kids), which entitles you to ride on all the trams all day. We arrived not long after 10am and left just before...More

1  Thank UbuRoi66
CrichTramway, Marketing Manager at Crich Tramway Village, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Thank you for your review. We are delighted that you enjoyed our World War II event and you really made the most of the day. We hope you will return soon and perhaps try one of our other events.

Reviewed 3 days ago

This was our first visit to Crich Tramway Museum. What a fabulous place. So much to see and do. So much fun riding on the trams with so many different ones to choose from. With the Tram history and the restoration etc. Lovely woodland sculpture...More

1  Thank SuffolkMayfly
CrichTramway, Marketing Manager at Crich Tramway Village, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Thank you for your review. We are delighted that you enjoyed you first visit and hope that it will be the first of many more!

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yellowalice
7 August 2017|
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Response from Terence K | Reviewed this property |
Hi, When we went for the second time my ticket info was almost erased. They were very good about it, although they could just about see the date we had been before. I think they would be very helpful and I would be surprised... More
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8 June 2017|
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Response from CrichTramway | Property representative |
The tram service starts at 10.30am and runs until 5.00pm most days. There are differences for the Starlight Event in October (check times on the website) and the Winter Festival (30th October - 5th November) when the trams... More
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