Looks like we are all set for a fine holiday weekend.
Saturday and Sunday
Normal opening times (12:00-16:30).
Monday is the celebration of the sufferagette gathering of 1918 on Shipley Glen. To mark this landmark, there will be a meeting in Roberts Park and then a journey up to The Glen.
Come along and enjoy the ride of 100 years ago.
(Yes the Tramway did play its part in that gathering ferrying the participants up the hill).
We will be open from 11:00-16:30
From 31st March,
Saturday & Sunday 12:00 to 16:30 hrs
The trams run continually during these times so we cannot pre-book seats.
Please note that we cannot accept Credit/Debit cards.
Please note for schools and party bookings at other times, email us and we will try to accommodate your needs.
Prams and bikes are welcome - we just want you to enjoy the tramway !
Dogs, accompanied by well behaved owners are welcome too
We are always pleased to have school visits or special bookings (if volunteers are available)
Email us on email@example.com and let us know
Help Us !
Would you like to help run the tram?
- help with maintenance,
- serve in the shop (sorry - no free sweets!) or
- look after the museum?
There is always lots to do with many varied tasks to suit all skills.
Why not come along and have a chat ?
See the area
There are some wonderful things to see and places to visit in the area. Salts Mill, The David Hockney Gallery, Bronte country, Baildon Moor, Ilkley Moor and many many others.
Bradford offers wide variety of fantastic visitor attractions
Grateful thanks to those who have uploaded Youtube videos over the years