Our advice is to search online for a discount voucher if you are thinking of visiting this attraction. We found a voucher for one free adult for one full paying adult and this made the day a reasonable day out. If we had paid the full price, our score would be a little different as it would not be value for money. Yes the trams are lovely and the conservation work commendable but only if you like trams. The café is very expensive, the pub is only open at weekends, and apart from the trams there is not a lot else. There is a woodland walk but this is really just a trail that follows part of the tram track with not a lot going on, a lead mine exhibition which is just a lot of old machinery lying around without a story or information linking it to the site, and a children's playground. The workshops and tram sheds are interesting but the sheds are quite cramped and it is a bit difficult to get a good view of the trams. A couple of hours at the most and you have done it all so it would be best to go on a day that had some extra events running, but that would probably mean the trams would be full !!!! Only 2 trams running on our visit, and lovely views at the top of the track.
Can't help feeling this place needs something else to make it worth paying £13 per adult. Bliss Hill and Black Country gives a greater insight to the history of the buildings and period entertainment and both are also a full day out and better value.
With the right voucher this can still be a good day out.
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