The weather was not so good for our visit, but after traveling some hours to get there, we made our first stop the tearoom, it marred our visit. We were spoken to sharply by a staff member (not from the tearoom) for sitting in an area was to be kept clear, pulled our table with our tea and coffee on still, across the paved area. We had not moved any of the tearoom furniture ourselves. The food as others have stated was expensive, due to the pub not open, this made the tearoom crowded and very busy, we watched so many have to walk away.
The trams were excellent, displays great, and the conductors on the trams very friendly and informative. Only two trams were operating this day, so maybe we did not choose a good day to go. Still think this is worth a visit overall.
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