The National Tramway Museum is located at Crich, Derbyshire, England. The museum contains over 60 (mainly British) trams built between 1900 and 1930 and is set within Crich Tramway Village, a period village containing a pub, cafe, old-style sweetshop and tram depots. The museum's collection of trams runs through the village setting with visitors transported one mile out into the local countryside and back.
The trams at Crich mostly ran along the streets of cities in United Kingdom before the 1960s, with trams rescued and restored (even from other countries) as the systems closed. The village is also home to the Eagle Press, a small museum dedicated to letterpress printing including an 1859 Columbian printing press.
Opening Times 2019:-
16th March - 12th April 10am - 4.30pm (last admissions 3pm). Except week-ends when we will close at 5.30pm. (last admissions 4pm).
13th April - 8th September: 10am - 5.30pm (last admissions 4pm).
9th September - 27th October: 10am - 4.30pm (last admissions 3pm) Except week-ends when we will close at 5.30pm. (last admissions 4pm).
Last Day of the Season
Sun. Nov. 4th: 10am - 5.30pm (last admissions 4pm; last tram 5.00pm)
Admission Prices 2019:-
Senior (60+) £14.00
Child (4-15 yrs) £10.50
Family (2 adults / 3 children or 1 adult /4 children) £40.50
Less Able Visitors
Senior (60+) £11.00
Child (4-15 yrs) £7.50
Free return admission for 12 months*
Car and Coach Parking
George Stephenson Discovery Centre
Indoor and Outdoor Play areas
Unlimited Vintage Electric Tram Rides (additional charge for the Horse Tram applies)
Use of Picnic Areas
*Free return admission on full price tickets only (including Adult, Senior, Child and Family tickets). Does not apply on re-entry to 1940s / World War II events and refers to the 12 month period from when you purchase your full priced ticket and available during our public opening dates only.
If you wish to take advantage of reduced rates for dressing in period costume for the World War II / 1940s events, please pay on arrival as the reduced tickets cannot be purchased online. The reduced tickets do not qualify for free return within 12 months.
Please note: You can save 50p per ticket on full priced tickets by booking online and these still qualify for free return within 12 months. (Free return is subject to when we are open and excludes the World War II events).
Less Abled tickets are also valid for the free return within 12 months subject to when we are open and excluding World War II events. These cannot be booked online, but may be purchased on arrival.
Dogs on a lead are accepted, provided that owners clean up after them. They are not permitted in Ritas Tearooms or the indoor childrens play area, but can go everywhere else, including on the floor of the lower decks of trams if well behaved.
We provide a shelter at Town End for buggies and pushchairs to be left, while you ride the trams.