Located just a short drive outside Matlock Bath, Crich Tramway Village is a fabulous place to spend a day, with plenty to keep the whole family happy. It is home to the National Tramway Museum, with more than 60 vintage trams for visitors to admire in airy exhibition halls.

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Crich Tramway Village is so much more than a museum, however. There is a beautifully-recreated period village on the site, complete with a pub, café and olde-worlde shops. A number of the trams run through the village and can be hailed at historic tram stops.  Visitors pay one old penny (original coin included in the admission price) to take unlimited rides for more than a mile into the surrounding countryside, with stunning views of the surrounding Derwent Valley. 

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There is also a Woodland Walk with a sculpture trail that is perfect for keeping little people interested along the way, as well as a picnic area and a children’s playground. 

See www.tramway.co.uk for more information.