Crich Tramway

July 2nd, 2015 / / 6 Comments »

A Day Out at Crich Tramway

Crich Tramway is based in the heart of the Peak District and offers some great deals and discounts to bring the price down on a family day out to this top visitor attraction. With trams to ride, an old fashioned high street to explore, (including a great sweet shop) and plenty of friendly staff on hand, it kept us amused even on a wet Bank Holiday Monday!



Crich Tramway


Crich Tramway & Free Annual Upgrade

A  day’s admission at Crich Tramway includes a free annual upgrade pass. This means you pay for one day and can return  time and time again for free!  Your admission includes free unlimited tram rides, indoor & outdoor play parks, exhibits & free parking.  Please note free return admission does not include themed events.

Plenty more Free Annual Pass Upgrades for visitor attractions around the country.

Crich Tramway & Free Entry for Old Car Owners

If you own a pre-1968 car & are happy to park it in the museum street for a minimum of 3 hours, the driver can gain FREE entry, (any passengers will need still need to pay). Whilst this deal may not apply on certain themed event days, it’s certainly one of my favourite deals!

Updated July 2015.

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Crich Tramway Old Car Pre 1968

Free Entry to Crich Tramway


Crich Tramway & English Heritage Member Discount

English Heritage members can take advantage of cheap tickets to Crich Tramway with a 2 for 1 members offer.  Simply produce your valid English Heritage membership card on the day of your visit to pick up this deal.

More details available at English Heritage – Membership.

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Crich Tramway


Crich Tramway Deals on Special Days

Crich Tramway often tie in deals with particular days or occasions.  Previously special offers have run at Halloween, the Royal Wedding as well as specific deals for those in the Armed Forces.

Crich Tramways on a Budget

Picnics are welcome at Crich Tramway and there are plenty of picnic tables available close to the outdoor play area.  No parking charges at this attraction either!

By Liz Walsh

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  1. Ian Whitehead says:

    An unusual comment as I have not yet paid you a visit. I was made aware of your Museum thanks to a televised visit of “Escape to the Country” and it looks brilliant and well worthy of a visit. I have now entered in my planner a definite visit for myself and wife hopefully for the special event 16th April, “WW11-Home Front. Cannot wait.”

    • Hi Ian, whilst we are independent of Crich Tramway, we’re delighted to hear you plan to visit following the recent television exposure. We’ve always enjoyed our visits to Crich and we hear good things about the special events. All the best, Liz

  2. Do they have NHS discount?

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      lizwalsh says:

      Hi Simon, I have to say I’m unsure whether Crich Tramway does offer an NHS discount off admission charges so you might be best checking either directly with the attraction or the NHS site. Be good to know if you get a chance so we can pass this onto our readers.

  3. Thomas Taylor says:

    I am a disabled gentleman with a new carer who has started looking after me since my wife passed away in may. Will she be allowed in on a lower rate .regards Mr T Taylor.

    • Mr Taylor, I can see on the Crich Tramway website that that do offer free entry for carers & a discounted rate for people with disabilities. However, we at Topdogdays, are independent of Crich Tramway and so it might be worth giving Crich a quick call to ensure that this is the case. Crich Tramways number is 01773 854321.