The Severn Valley Railway (SVR) is freezing most of its ticket prices in a move set to make the attraction more affordable for families. 

The popular heritage railway has announced that it will be keeping the cost of most of its regular fares at the same levels as last year. 

Tickets are on sale throughout the service train calendar until October half-term with unlimited passes available to those who want to make repeat visits throughout the year. 

Kidderminster Shuttle: Making memories at the SVR Making memories at the SVR (Image: SVR)

SVR visitor engagement manager, Lewis Maddox, said: "We've worked really hard to make sure we have a range of tickets to match the needs of all our visitors. 

"Whether you're travelling alone or with a family, whether you want a full day out or just a quick hop from one station to the next, we've got you covered. 

"We're particularly pleased that we've been able to keep most of our day tickets at the same price as last year. Prices are rising all around us, so this was something we really wanted to do to help out our visitors and ensure as many people as possible can enjoy a trip on our amazing trains." 

As well as enjoying a trip along the full length of the line, residents can also make single or return trips between any number of stations. 

Details on all SVR ticket types and unlimited pass prices are available at