Days Out

Kids for a Quid at Bluebell Railway this half term

Come and explore the Sussex countryside at Bluebell Railway – and pay just a quid per kid!

Join Bluebell Railway at any of its stations from 15th – 23rd February, and pay just £1 per child (aged 15 and under) when travelling with a full paying adult.

Bluebell Railway is a family friendly visitor attraction, with plenty of activities and things to do across the line.

You can hop off at Horsted Keynes, a station you may recognise from Downton Abbey, The Woman in Black and Muppet’s Most Wanted. But the station is not only popular with filmmakers – it also boasts the Carriage and Wagon Workshop, which is opposite the Elephant Van on Platform 5. Inside you will find soft play activities for younger children.

Then, why not alight at Kingscote? Here you will find the popular outdoor play area – the perfect way to let off steam.

And let’s not forget Sheffield Park, where you can learn the science and stories behind steam in the interactive exhibition SteamWorks! on Platform 1. Set among a fabulous collection of locomotives in the running shed, you can get hands-on with interactive displays and even have a go on our Stepney locomotive driving experience!

Adult tickets cost £17.00 if booked online, or £20.00 if purchased on the day of travel.

Tickets can be booked here:

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