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Open from March to October. Closed November to February. Authentic retro attraction that will take you on a trip down memory lane. Beautifully recreated models of Godshill and Shanklin Old Villages as they were in the 1920's and 30's. Passionate...more
All reviews attention to detail well worth a visit isle of wight football match football pitch all ages quiz sheet trees and shrubs gift shop little gem value for money great attraction family ticket lovely place couple of hours entrance fee red squirrels
Because it is tucked away in a corner it is easy to miss this attraction. In fact, it covers a large area, and has many features. The villages etc are familiar only to visitors over a certain age. They contain small individual shops, and a...More
I went here as a child , teen , nearly married and with our children. The village made in 1920s is perfectly created. Godshill and Shanklin.
There is a cricket ground , football match, shops, school , church and seaside.
Not expensive and we noticed...More
This is well worth a visit if you’re in Godshill. Little ones love being “giants” among the houses and shops. The model railway is always popular and the trees and plants are so beautifully kept. Highly recommend.
This place messes with your head in the village there is a model of the village with visitors looking round and at a model of the village that you are in !!!! The work that has gone into it is great. Little details like songs...More
Its good to spend few hours in there. Its really fun for Children. It shows miniature village with mini model houses and mini train lines, station, waterfall. it was Easter break when we went, there were hidden eggs which children could look for. It was...More
Date of experience: April 2018
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ModelV, Owner at Godshill Model Village, responded to this reviewResponded 13 November 2018
There is a website. Tripadvisor doesn't like links, so we can't put it down directly, but the website is modelvillagegodshill followed by the usual for a UK company. There is a page for information on groups, and it says to... More
There is a website. Tripadvisor doesn't like links, so we can't put it down directly, but the website is modelvillagegodshill followed by the usual for a UK company. There is a page for information on groups, and it says to email them. The email address is info at the website address.
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