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Devon Railway Centre Reviews
We took our 1 year old there and he loved it all. We had rides on the trains . It drizzled abit but there was cover to use. Loved our family day out. more »
Took a 4 and 2 year old, plenty for them to see and do. They loved the ride on steam train, through the ‘gnome woods’ ,at no extra cost-we had to have a couple of rides! The train carriages with ball ... more »
We had a nice day as a family of 5. Spent about 4 hours riding the trains and looking round the model village. Was better than i expected despite a chilly day. Quite small area but a lot crammed in an... more »
A very good day out. A nice relaxing environment and not too busy. Interesting bits to look at and plenty to do for a good 4 hours or more. My only criticism would be the fact that having paid a fair amount to get in, a couple of the rides then have to be paid for. However, they are not too much at 50p a go. The food in the cafe was good, not cheap but not over priced. I would recommend as a good place to go with kids. My 3 year old loved it.
It's a great place to take your little ones, it's best for 3-8 year olds in my opinion. Yes it isn't very wheelchair friendly and a few things are showing there age but everything is kept in great condition. The staff are friendly and love getting you involved with punching tickets and waving the flag when riding the trains. It's reasonably priced and good value for money.
Visited here on a warm day with a tired and grumpy two year old. He's train mad and loved every bit of the Devon Railway Centre from the model village to the model trains and the great play grounds. We spent a good five hours there and could have stayed a lot longer, there's lots to keep the kids entertained. I imagine it can get quite busy in the school holidays but otherwise there's plenty for the kids to do. We didn't get to use the soft play shed next to the train lines or the picnic area but next time we come we'll definitely try those. The staff in the cafe and shop were very helpful, and the food was of good quality. Very satisfied with the price and the service we received.
What a fantastic experience for every child that loves trains. Good choice of indoor/outdoor experiences. Staff are lively.
Fantastic for kids of all ages. Much more tp do here than some of the main attractions of Devon and great value for money. Could spend a good few hours here. Take a picnic or eat at the cafe. Nothing is over-priced here IMO. We took our little boy (8 months old) and he even loved it even though he was a bit young for many things, he loved the soft play and train ride. Will certainly be going back when he's running around.
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