[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Go back in time as you steam through the Sussex countryside.
A visit to Bluebell Railway is a day out with a difference, transporting you back in time as you steam through the Sussex countryside.
Running across 11 miles between Sheffield Park and East Grinstead, their heritage railway runs regular services as well as a variety of dining trains and special events throughout the year.
On May 8th, a 1940s street party will be created at Horsted Keynes to celebrate the 75th anniversary of V.E day. Dressing up is a must.
Looking ahead to the half term form 23rd – 21st May, the railway’s popular Stem family fair returns along with new event for 2020 – The Brickworks adventure. Featuring 15 amazing Bricklive outer space models, it includes a 310cm high Apollo 15 Saturn v rocket made with 68,583 bricks!
Bluebell Railway is will also be celebrating its 60th birthday this year with a three-day family event from 7th – 9th August. Visitors can except a music festival at Horsted Keynes, and celebrations across the line at all the stations.
We have a family ticket available for various dates in May 2020. Please visit the website for more details, and to see the timetables.
Due to the Coronavirus, Bluebell Railway is currently closed. We will still be picking a winner for our competition but we will not be able to issue the prize tickets until Bluebell Railway have reopened.
To enter the competition read the text above and enter using the form below. Closing date is 30th April.