The Tram Depot was once used as a stable for housing the horses which used to pull the trams around Cambridge until 1914. After that date the trams still ran but were electric. Tram lines can still be seen outside the building. There are many photos of the horse drawn trams dotted around the pub
The Tram Depot is just a 10 minute walk to the centre of Cambridge. There is a large green space close by called Parkers Piece which has a pavilion called Hobbs Pavilion which is dedicated to the famous cricketer Jack Hobbs. Why not catch a student theatrical production, or a show at the Arts Theatre. See live music or comedy at the Corn Exchange.
The bus station is just a 5 minute walk away and the train station just a 20 minute walk
At the Tram we offer a fantastic drinks range to suit all tastes including a selection of award winning hand pulled ales from local, national and micro breweries, a range of premium draft and bottled lagers, fine wines and premium spirits.
Whatever the reason for visiting the Tram Depot you will receive a warm welcome from John, Janis and all the team.
|Opening Hours||Food Service||Events|
|Tue||11am-Midnight||12noon-10pm||Jazz at The Tram monthly|
|Sun||12noon-11pm||12noon-9pm||Jazz at The Tram|
Food is served at the following times:
- Disabled WC
- Food menu
- Function room
- Live Sports
- Wheelchair access
Outside patio area
Jazz at The Tram
Jazz Jam: Tuesday evenings monthly
Andy Bowie & Friends: Sunday evenings from 8.30pm