The Dinosaur Tram Adventure!
Returns to Seaton Tramway this year...
The Dinosaur Tram Adventure! Families and children are sure to enjoy this adventure filled tram ride with music, stories, fossil dig and dinosaur activity area at Colyton Station! Help Professor Percival the Palaeontologist uncover the secrets of a land that time forgot and fulfil a mission to make contact with some forgotten species.
Departs from Seaton Terminus 8th & 14th April, 7th, 27th & 28th May, 29th July, 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th & 27th August, departure times 11am, 1pm & 3pm.
Check Dates & Book Online
The adventure will begin at Seaton where a specially decorated enclosed tram will take you to the Dinosaur Activity Area at Colyton Station. Along the way there will be lots of music and stories and kids will receive a goody bag! There will also be plenty of wildlife to see as the tram passes through two nature reserves on the Axe Estuary.
At the Dinosaur Activity Area, there will be a Dinosaur Dig, Fossil Excavation site, Dino Footprint Tracking and lots of dinosaur exhibits to touch and draw!
You’ll also be able to purchase treats at our Tramstop Café and look around the gift shop for lots of dinosaur and tram souvenirs. After your fun-filled stop at the Dinosaur Activity Area, your tram will take you back to Seaton.
BOOK EARLY either online or by phoning us at Seaton Tramway on 01297 20375.
Tickets are £14.95 per adult, £12.95 per child (3-15 years) and under 3’s are free.
Jurassic Coast Trust Donation
Seaton Tramway are proud to be a Jurassic Coast Business Partner. When you book a ticket on our The Dinosaur Tram Adventure, you can choose to give a donation to the Jurassic Coast Trust. The money raised goes towards conservation and education projects all along the World Heritage Site, helping to spread learning and understanding about this globally unique coastline, and, crucially, to safeguard it so that future generations can enjoy it as much as we do today.
Here are some of the projects that you’re supporting by booking a ticket on our Dinosaur Tram Adventure:
Charmouth & Lyme Regis Fossil Warden
The Jurassic Coast Trust funds a Fossil Warden to patrol the beaches at Charmouth and Lyme Regis. The warden advises people on the best places to look for fossils and, most importantly, how to stay safe and avoid the dangers of cliff falls.
The Trust organises training days for local school teachers, allowing them to inspire their classes about the spectacular site on their doorstep. The training is followed up with a grant to advance children’s learning through field trips and additional resources.
Great Dorset Beach Clean
The Trust provides equipment for the Great Dorset Beach Clean, which not only helps to protect our coastline from litter, but provides a fantastic and safe opportunity for local families and visitors to get hands-on and involved in looking after our World Heritage Site.
Mary Anning Fund
The Trust contributes towards the Mary Anning Fund, which pays for prime Jurassic Coast fossil finds to be displayed at local museums for all residents and visitors to enjoy.
Registered charity 1101134