Holding the title for oldest original model village in the world, Bekonscot Model Village captures life in 1930s England. Spanning 0.75 hectares (1.8 acres) of landscaped gardens, this property includes six model villages, an extensive model railway, and a ride-on railway. The village tearoom serves homemade food and warm drinks, or you can pack your own picnic. Take the train from London to avoid the crowded parking lots. All proceeds of the attraction are donated to charity. Plan to see Bekonscot Model Village and other attractions that appeal to you using our Beaconsfield trip itinerary maker app.
Bekonscot Model Village reviews
Found this by accident while in the area. What a fabulous model village. So much to see we could have spent days here. Fantastic setting lovely gardens and welcoming staff
Found this by accident while in the area. What a fabulous model village. So much to see we could have spent days here. Fantastic setting lovely gardens and welcoming staff more »
We visited during August, the weather was lovely and we had a great day. We had the quizes for each age range which were fun to do, it did take us a couple goes round to get everything! The...
We visited during August, the weather was lovely and we had a great day. We had the quizes for each age range which were fun to do, it did take us a couple goes round to get everything! The... more »
Considering the ticket price personally I felt it’s not value for money. Having said that, it’s well maintained the details are meticulously crafted on all the miniatures. It’s truly a model small village which typically any small town would look like. My favourite was the train running round the circuits every where, they were successful in creating magic around the trains and it even draws adults attracted to it. I would suggest if you have kids around 8-12 years they would enjoy this experience, otherwise you give a pass
Awesome day out for babies/kids - we took our under 1 year old. Very educational and creative with a large variety of buildings/shops (hospital,bank,marks and Spencer, shoes shop, Mercedes Benz & many more!). Lots of colours and different sounds so a great sensory experience overall (bells from the church, mini trains running, boats, mini fairground ride, 1930s circus to name a few!). Highly recommend! It’s the type of place you can keep on visiting as you will always learn something new each time, and of course as your child grows you can ask them to share with you what they can see & hear. Large space outdoors for eating. Cafe was great had plant-based milk so catered for vegans.
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