This attraction is brilliant! It takes an hour from start to finish, and you can repeat the experience as many times as you like in one day for one entry fee. First you go on a train pulled by either a diesal or steam engine, then you can get out and watch the engine being taken round to the back and reconnected. Then you return part way along the line but stopping at the museum 'sheds' and the miniature railway. My grandchildren (all girls and aged 9, 7 and 3) love it all - from choosing which carriage to sit in, helping to wave flags, going on the miniature railway by themselves or with me - there's a tunnel and bridge to cross. The museum has all sorts of hands-on things to do including brass rubbing, a clockwork train, puzzles, engines with knobs to press, and even a small engine they can push each other along in on a small track.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.