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Steam Train Experience for Two
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Valid Until: 1/10/2015
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Treat a couple to a trip on a steam train

The golden age of steam produced some incredible machines and the steam train is one of the most impressive and fun.  There are several heritage lines around the country which stil run original engines and a trip on one of these makes a great day out for any steam enthusiast and a great gift idea for two.

Vouchers are valid for a choice of train lines around the country and will need to be exchanged for tickets at the office.  Some journeys are return trips and some are all day rovers which allow travellers to stop off and visit local attractions en route.  Please check the details of the route and availability when booking.

Product Code: MTRA

When can you go?

This experience is available on selected dates, during selected seasons.

How long does this activity last?

The experience can last anything from 35 minutes to a full day, depending on your chosen location.

You need to know

Minimum age restrictions apply, under 17 year olds must be accompanied by an adult.
There are no fitness requirements for this experience.
This voucher is valid for two people and excludes Special Event Days.

You and how many others?

There will be other people there on the day.

Family and friends

You are more than welcome to bring friends and family, however they will be required to pay on the day.

  • Cambridgeshire - Peterborough
  • Norfolk - Bressingham
  • Cumbria - Ravenglass
  • Somerset - Shepton Mallet
  • Derbyshire - Ripley
  • Staffordshire - Stoke-on-Trent

Steam Train Experience for Two reviews verified by Reevoo

(8.2 out of 10)
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Scores 8.2 out of 10 based on 220 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
(6 out of 10)


Wickford GB
Visited Bressingham Steam Museum to use these vouchers.

1) Pre-trip: the Bressingham website

We were visiting to use some vouchers that I had been given for my 21st birthday. It was very clear on the vouchers that they could not be used on days where there were events occurring at your chosen railway. We planned to visit on Sunday 3rd August. We checked the website in on July 15th and there were no events shown for 3rd August, there were however events shown for Saturdays 2nd and 9th August. There was however a note that Bressingham may have to close if there is persistent bad weather. We therefore assumed everything was ok. However, upon re-checking the website on 1st August, the event that had been showing as running on 2nd and 9th August, had been changed so it was now running from 2nd-10th August. We therefore had to reschedule our visit to last Saturday, 23rd August.

2) Visit itself

We arrived at Bressingham around lunchtime on an overcast day. Be aware that the car park and coach park are gravel, and can as a result become very muddy. There are also a number of fairly substantial pot holes in the car park. There is a sign directing visitors to the entrance, and another sign directing visitors to the toilets once through the entrance, and that is where the signs end. At no point is there an opportunity to pick up a site map. There is only one site map, and this is stuck up on the wall as you come out of where you pay to go in.

There are two areas to Bressingham, the steam museum and gardens and the garden centre which is at the opposite side of the main car park to where the main entrance to the steam museum and gardens is located. The "award winning restaurant" is located within the GARDEN CENTRE and NOT the steam museum. We only found this out once inside and we tried to get a drink Service in the cafe at the steam museum and gardens is painfully slow during lunch, so eating at the garden centre could well be a better option.

Another issue we found once we had finished our drinks is that the site shuts down for an hour for lunch between 12 noon and 1pm. Again, there is no mention of this on the website, nor were we told at any point during site entry. Had we known, we would have gone over to the garden centre. Between 12 noon and 1pm, only the on site cafe at the museum remains open (as presumably does the garden centre?) but all other areas of the site close, and train rides cease. There are three miniature railways in operation, each ride lasting for between 10 and 25 minutes.

Even with having to wait for everything to re-open at 1pm, we were done by 2:40pm, so stretching it to say this is a full day out.

The garden centre and shop across the car park are worth a visit. There is a nice selection of books, gorw your own plants and alcoholic beverages on sale.

Overall, I'm glad that I did this on vouchers, as I think it would have been a bit of a disappointment had we paid full price to get in.
Confirmed purchase: 01 September 2014
Published on: 24 September 2014

Experience Location: Bressingham, Nr. Diss, Norfolk

(9 out of 10)


Leeds GB
Everything was great. Only niggle was that the train we planned to join had been cancelled and due to time took a diesel instead of the hoped for Steam.
Confirmed purchase: 21 August 2014
Published on: 16 September 2014

Experience Location: Ravenglass, Cumbria

(6 out of 10)


Hinckley GB
Disappointed not to be hauled by a steam locomotive.
We were told on the phone that steam locomotion would be running on the day chosen.
Confirmed purchase: 01 September 2014
Published on: 15 September 2014

Experience Location: Ripley, Derbyshire

(9 out of 10)


A very good day out
Confirmed purchase: 01 September 2014
Published on: 14 September 2014

Experience Location: Ripley, Derbyshire

(10 out of 10)


Leigh on Sea GB
Great day out, very relaxing. Enjoyed thoroughly.
Confirmed purchase: 01 September 2014
Published on: 14 September 2014

Experience Location: Bressingham, Nr. Diss, Norfolk

(10 out of 10)


Burbage GB
I really enjoyed my time at the railway centre it brought back a lot memories when I use
to go train spotting in the 1950s and 1960s. I know the modern electrics are a lot more
cleaner and efficient but theres nothing like seeing a stream engine at work, there really
are a feat of engineering especially the coronation class 8P pacifics.

very enjoyable
Confirmed purchase: 12 August 2014
Published on: 14 September 2014

Experience Location: Ripley, Derbyshire

(10 out of 10)


The day we went was a Victorian themed event, with rolling stock from the site's museum of that era in use. The various displays were of real interest and we should have got there earlier in order to take it all in.
Confirmed purchase: 01 September 2014
Published on: 12 September 2014

Experience Location: Ripley, Derbyshire

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