We visited early in the day out of season and it was fairly quiet when we arrived, but beginning to get busy as we left. The first thing that struck us was how clean and well maintained the whole place is. It was lovely to see the restored buildings and then later find out how many of them were rescued from demolition. We started off with the display on the history of the trams which was interesting, working through the development from horse-drawn to electric. We then took a tram ride, enjoying the fantastic views.
The woodland walk was lovely, and we enjoyed finding the sculptures.
The visit to the workshop viewing gallery was interesting (and we played with the kids displays), then had a ride on the other tram that was running on the day we visited.
Really good fun - well worth a visit, and the ticket is good for entry for twelve months which makes it great value.
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