Wonderful vintage tramway village in derbyshire.
Filled with vintage buildings that have been relocated and rebuilt piece by piece , from Traditional sweet shops and ice cream shops to the dog friendly red lion pub.
The entire village is dog friendly barring the tea rooms and children's exhibits, dogs are even allowed on the tram rides that run constantly throughout the day .
The whole village is great for dog walking , from the red lion pub that has a bowl outside for dogs and the ice cream shop that saves broken cones to give dogs for free .
If you're lucky you'll also see Joseph the horse, pulling the horse drawn tram
There is a couple of great indoor exhibits to look around , and there are plenty of trams parked up to view aswell as the other ones that are working throughout the day .
Well worth visiting if you're in the area, can get very busy during holidays and weekends so allow plenty of time.
Once you have paid to get in , you can ride the trams around the village for free , as many times as you want !*
*(Does not include the horse drawn tram)