Christchurch Tram

All year round

Explore Christchurch with an all-day Tram Pass

The Christchurch Trams offer a unique experience combining history and sightseeing. Family-friendly and ideal for locals and visitors alike, the beautifully-restored heritage trams are one of the city’s most iconic and best-loved attractions – and kids go free! All-day hop-on hop-off tickets allow you to visit the central city sights at your leisure and friendly and knowledgeable drivers will keep you updated about the latest city changes in their informative live commentaries. Purchase your tickets online, from drivers, or at the Tram Shop at stop 1. Also, their onboard restaurant was voted one of the top rated fine dining restaurants in New Zealand by Trip Advisor. What a way to spoil someone or yourself with a unique curated dining experience while seeing the sights. Dinner, early dinner, high tea and breakfast service available.



For more info visit:

Christchurch Tram


Cathedral Junction


03 366 7830



Several of the Trams are able to accommodate manual wheelchairs on board using the wheelchair hoist located in Cathedral Junction (please note that motorised wheelchairs are too heavy for the hoist to lift). Phone ahead on the day on 03 366 7830 to check whether wheelchair-accessible trams are operating and what time they will be departing from Cathedral Junction.

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