Your culture attendant: things to do in Ripley

A THING TO DO TODAY

RIPLEY
Price: £16 (adult)
Time: 2-4 hours
British cities were full of trams a century ago, though almost all were ripped out as the years went on. Fortunately, many dozens of carriages have been preserved at the Crich Tramway Museum, southeast of Matlock - and you can take trips on them yourself on the museum's mile-long track. Travel around from 10am (last admission 4pm).
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RIPLEY
DERBYSHIRE
53.03333, -1.4


Sunrise: 04:06
Sunset: 20:17
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