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Model Railway Village, Southport

(4.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • I only moved to Southport last year and had always wanted to have a look at this attraction. I finally found the time and paid them a visit with my 92 year old Dad who was in a wheelchair. Now you can...  more »
  • took my grandchildren here aged two and three they really enjoyed it . They sat and watched the trains going past and then followed the track around 
  • You just have to go there. Kids and adults will love it, you can go round as many times as you want. Ice cream etc reasonably priced - pleasant surprise 
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  • Awesome little place, my boy loved it.......infact I quite enjoyed myself too. The quiz was an added bonus! Staff were lovely and it was also a nice quiet place to stop for a drink after!
  • My husband and I visited here on 30/6/16 and it was fantastic, a sheer delight. we smiled in wonder at everything, the trains, the houses, the wee people, the gardens... Southport should be proud of this tourist delight. We were proud to have met with Mr and Mrs Jones at the end of our visit , they were very informative and a lovely to talk to. One of England's gems...
  • A quaint little model train and village owned and maintained by a family. A nice little quiz for kids is provided on entry, costing a few pounds per person to enter the village. Ideal for kids of lower primary school age. Doing the quiz will kill an hour or so, more if your kids love trains. I've probably added a star just because my 7yr old son loved it.
  • Kids pulled a face when we took them in but they absolutely loved it, had to walk round twice to really take it all in.
  • Can't believe it's the first time I've been here! The attention to detail is amazing and so amusing