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Bekonscot Model Village and Railway is the world’s oldest original model village. Set in Beaconsfield, just outside of London we are a popular day attraction for people of all ages.It was opened in 1929 and it’s a great place to bring the family and...more
All reviews attention to detail train ride all ages play area church car park moving parts trains running miniature railway shop names mini train couple of hours young children coal mine few hours under cover tea room an adult
Not the cheapest place to visit but if you arrive from 3.30pm you can get lower entrance fees. On a positive it is run as a charity.
Well laid out, lots to see, model village and miniture train heaven. Children can be children and adults...More
My sister and I (both over 60) visited today in the wind and rain but it was still worth every penny of the entry fee. Every path has a new delight and the detail is outstanding. It has obviously had new buildings added over the...More
We visited on a beautiful sunny day and stayed far longer than anticipated. The layout is great and allows plenty of time to look at each building. The amount of detail is incredible and we spent the whole time pointing things out to each other....More
Been trying to come and visit for a while finally booked hotel for 2 nights close by especially to visit here and I certainly wasnt disappointed what a fantastic place for all ages . Absolutely fascinating the attention to detail is fantastic everyone must work...More
My husband and I visited with our two boys (6&3) and my sister over half term week. My eldest son and I have been before but we all enjoyed our experience very much. There is such detail and craftsmanship throughout the village. My three year...More
We took our grandchildren to a Santa Claus event. it was enchanting, relaxed, queue free with friendly and welcoming staff. Everyone enjoyed themselves. The village was even more brilliant lit up at night than daytime. DO GO THERE!!
Such a lovely little place - my husband came here when he was a little boy so we had to bring our son here to see what it was like - he loved wandering round and looking at all the scenes - all set up...More