- Please note that the trams can only accept cash payments.
- Heritage Trams offer a range of experiences including The Blackpool Tram Driving Experience, The Ghost Train and Afternoon Tea.
- Trams are also available for hire.
- Please contact the venue for details of opening times.
- Please click here for information on opening times.
- The Heritage Trams pick up at special stops and they are clearly signed.
- The tram stops include Pleasure Beach, Tower North Pier, Cabin, Bispham, Cleveleys and Fleetwood.
- The stops are close to the standard tram stops.
- Photographs 1,2 and 3 show the tram stop at Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
- Photographs 1 and 2 show the northbound and southbound stops at North Pier Tower.
- The Illuminated Tram is suitable for wheelchair users.
- The ramp is lowered at the tram stop by the driver or conductor.
- The ramp gradient is slight, it is 81cm wide and 162cm long.
- There are handrails on both sides of the ramp.
- The tram can only take one wheelchair user and their carer at a time.
- The maximum weight allowed on the ramp is 300kg.
- Access to the standard carriages is via 2-3 clearly marked deep steps with handrails to the left (photographs 5 and 6).
- The tram runs every night during the illuminations.
- It is advised to check with the operators as sometimes there can be unforeseen circumstances.
- The tram also operates on special occasions throughout the year which are advertised locally and on the website.
- The trams range from single to double decker.
- There are also open top trams.
- The doors on the trams vary from 55cm to 66cm wide.
- Each of the trams is alighted via 1-3 steps.
- Some of these steps are 40cm high.
- There are handrails to the left, right or centre.
- The width of the aisles on the trams vary from 30cm to 40cm.
- Each of the double decker trams have deep steps with handrails on both sides to reach the top deck.