Crich Tramway Village
Crich Tramway Village is a great day out for all of the family! Home of the National Tramway Museum, visitors can immerse themselves in a truly unique experience from riding the trams to visiting the Great Exhibition Hall and soaking up the history found within.
A trip on the vintage trams at Crich Tramway village is not to be missed. These fun filled journeys take you on a fantastic tour of the village, affording visitors outstanding views of the Amber Valley and recreated period street. This lovingly restored street features buildings rescued from towns and cities across the UK including the facade of the Derby Assembly Rooms and The Red Lion and Pub Restaurant, which was painstakingly rebuilt when it was rescued from Stoke on Trent.
Lovers of the great outdoors can also make use of the Woodland Walk and Wakebridge tram stop. Visitors young and old can enjoy the spectacular views and enjoy a number of outdoor games at Derwent View. Alongside this, there are plenty of opportunities to learn more about the woods and the local lead mining history of the area. The Woodland Walk & Sculpture Trail is on hand for traversing the native woodland adorned with sculptures created by the village’s resident sculptor.
Visitors can also enjoy refreshments including a selection of real ales at The Red Lion pub, tea and coffee at Rita’s Tea Rooms and old fashioned sweets and confectionery at Barnett’s Sweet Shop.
Please note: Due to the current situation, Crich Tramway Village is operating with some changes. We recommend you visit the locations website to see the latest, most up-to-date information.
Address: The National Tramway Museum, Derbyshire, DE4 5DP
Telephone: 01773 854321
Website: Crich Tramway Village