Snowdome Tamworth offers a great afternoon or morning of fun. In fact you could make a day of it if you like, because there are so many winter-sports activities on offer.
The main ski slope (pictured) is used for different sessions, including skiing, tobogganing, tubing and snowboarding. Whether you are an expert or a beginner, there will be a session suitable for your whole family.
Ice skating options
There is also an ice skating rink, offering private lessons and group lessons, disco sessions, figure skating and more.
Have a look at the Snowdome website for full information on times and tickets.
Pool and spa
Let’s not forget the swimming pool, with flume and inflatable fun sessions, and the spa. Like I said, you could easily fill a whole day at Snowdome.
How to get to Snowdome Tamworth
The SnowDome is just 5 minutes from junction 10 of the M42 or M6 toll road. Simply follow all signs to Tamworth and pick up the brown tourist information signs to the SnowDome.
There is a huge car park and car parking is £2.00 or free for drop offs up to 30 minutes. There are lockers and changing rooms available.
Just 5 minutes from junction 10 of the M42 or M6 toll road. Follow all signs to Tamworth and pick up the brown tourist information signs to the SnowDome.
Tamworth Railway Station 0.9 miles
Walking from Tamworth Railway Station – Walk south down Saxondrive until the roundabout, turn right onto Bolebridge Street and then left onto Ankerdrive. SnowDome is at the south end of Ankerdrive. Birmingham International Railway Station 18 miles
Birmingham International Airport 18.1 miles. East Midlands Airport 27.5 miles
What equipment do you need at Snowdome?
You can bring your own ski equipment but ski boots and board hire are included in the cost of admission.