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Bekonscot Model Village, Beaconsfield

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Theme Park
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. Arrange to visit Bekonscot Model Village and other attractions in Beaconsfield using our Beaconsfield vacation planner.
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Reviews
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  • A lovely experience to have a leasurely stroll among some lovely models and see the model trains moving around and the water mills working and some lovely large Koi carp to see. There are plenty of pl...  more »
  • A beautifully maintained model village with a fantastic railway! Apart from the trains, there is a windmill, watermill, circus, coal mine, pier, harbour, airport and lots of shops and houses. There is...  more »
  • Came here as a child and today I went back with my 2 and 4 year old. They absolutely loved it! The highlight was watching all the trains go around the village. We used Tesco vouchers, so great value f...  more »
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  • Worth every penny. Lots to see despite the size. Details details details....loads of details.. Great for kids, no matter what age! Big playground area, nice cafe. All well equipped to handle a lot of people. Few more staff maybe would come handy in caff but why would you be in hurry.. Great to come and relax. M&L&P
  • OMG this place is amazing. I thought I'd chance taking my children but thought they may get bored. Well I was so wrong. We all loved it. It's very reasonably priced to enter and once in the food and refreshments aren't over priced like some places. The place is very clean and tidy and the model village is such a joy to walk through. I will definitely come again and bring others.
  • Great experience for the kids especially if they are into trains. A little on the pricey side but if you go after 3:30pm its half price. Good picnic area half way through.
  • It's ok. More of an historical curiosity than a great day out. Fun for the little ones and lots of amusing details dotted about. Just don't plan on spending more than a few hours here.
  • Not huge, but certainly fun. Kids will love to run around it, adults will love the intricacy of it. Added kids play area too. Food is a bit expensive, we brought our own lunch and just got some drinks.