Drive A Tram
Become a Seaton Tram Driver for the day with one of our driving experience courses. The courses are very "hands-on", giving you the chance to enjoy maximum time at the controls and drive in the same conditions as our own staff drivers. The course also includes a guided tour of the Tramway's HQ at Riverside Depot, giving the chance to see behind the scenes of our unique operation. At the conclusion of your course, you receive a commemorative certificate and souvenir to remind you of a great day out.
Courses are available throughout the operating season except:
Bank Holidays and on certain other special days.
All courses include a souvenir certificate and the Tram Driving Lessons offer a special gift as a unique memory of the day's driving. Guest tickets receive the same refreshments as referred to above and an Explorer ticket enabling them to travel on the tramway all day if they so wish. Transfers by car to and from Axminster Station can be arranged from £20.00 return.
- Before you book your lesson, you should consider whether you are physically fit enough to participate.
- The course involves standing for long periods, and the operation of handbrakes can involve a strenuous physical effort. However, the instructor is on hand to help at all times and will be happy to take over more difficult tasks.
- It may be necessary to use an open tramcar, so appropriate warm and waterproof clothing should be brought along as a precaution. We cannot accept tram driving bookings for anyone under the age of 18.
- Seaton Tramway reserves the right to alter, curtail or cancel the booking without notice, but will endeavour not do so unless absolutely necessary. In the event of complete cancellation, full refunds will be offered.
We prepare food in kitchens with products containing gluten and nuts as well as other allergens. We have taken all reasonable steps to ensure that the allergen charts on view in the cafe are correct. We CANNOT guarantee that any product is "100% FREE FROM" any allergen because of the risk of unexpected cross-contamination.