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Seaton Tramway

A delightful heritage attraction nestled along the stunning Jurassic Coast.

About Seaton Tramway

This charming tramway offers visitors a unique and nostalgic experience as they journey through beautiful countryside and along the picturesque estuary of the River Axe. Operating with vintage electric trams that have been carefully restored, Seaton Tramway provides a window to the past, allowing passengers to step back in time and savour the romance of early 20th-century tram travel. With its scenic route, informative commentary, and the opportunity to explore the enchanting town of Seaton and its surroundings, the Seaton Tramway offers a memorable outing for families, history enthusiasts, and nature lovers alike. It’s a delightful way to appreciate the natural beauty and history of this coastal region while relishing the bygone era of tram transportation.

Getting there

To get to Seaton Tramway from Great Houndbeare Farm, it is recommended to go via car. Get on A30 from Houndbeare lane, Oak road and B3180 for 3.2 miles. Follow A30 and A35 for 14 miles. Take Shute road and Colyton road to Cownhayne lane in Colyton for 3.2 miles.

What to pack

When visiting Seaton Tramway, it’s a good idea to pack a few essentials to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience.

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