Bekonscot Model Village and Railway

Bekonscot Model Village and Railway

Bekonscot Model Village and Railway with 1.5 acres of miniature marvels, exciting railways, model towns, landscapes and intriguing secret corners to discover, we’re a big family day out. In Beaconsfield, Bucks – just up the M40 from London. Open February – October.

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Bekonscot is famed for it’s model village, moving models and incredible outdoor Gauge 1 garden model railway. But there’s more. Oh yes. We’ve a playground (next to the picnic areas), a super 7.25” gauge ride-on railway, elevated walkway and model self-drive boats. We don’t have any rollercoasters or white-knuckle rides – just a lot of good things for the whole family to do, see and enjoy!

With 1.5 acres of miniature marvels, exciting railways, model towns, landscapes and intriguing secret corners to discover, we’re a big family day out. We’re in Beaconsfield, Bucks – just up the M40 from London.

Opening Times

Monday – Sunday 10.00am – 5.30pm

2016: 13th February 2016 to 30th October 2016

Prices

Adult £9.80
Child (age 2–15) £5.80
Children under 2 yrs Free
Family Tickets
(2 adults + 2 children; extra children @ £5.00)
£28.00

We are also accepting Tesco Days Out Tokens (which have been redeemed through Tesco clubcard deals).

  • Buggy park
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Free parking

1 Comment

  1. naycolman says:
    Posted July 29, 2014 at 3:44 pm | Permalink

    Just got back from a lovely outing to Bekonscot with my 6 year old, 3 year old and 9 month old. We had a really fabulous time. There is a free car park across the road for visitors in the Church. This attraction is completely outdoors, with very little shade so come prepared with hats etc. The paths are very buggy friendly, but only wide enough for a single buggy (or a Phil and Teds type double), but not a side by side double.
    Bekonscot is beautifully maintained. There is lots to look at (we ended up going around twice as we missed things the first time!). We bought the quizzes (50p each). They have one for over 5′s which is a series of questions about the models; the kids need to look very closely to spot all the answer, but definitely encourages them to make the most of their visit. It’s a particularly nice activity for children who can read and write. The under 5′s quiz encourages the children to spot various models and tick them off.
    The playground is lovely and sits just around the corner from a lovely cafe. People are welcome to bring picnics and eat them at the picnic tables. They have a room at the front of the attraction where you can leave your picnics while you wander around, which is a lovely touch! They have highchairs. There are 2 large toilets with baby changing facilities.
    There is also a miniature train which costs £1 per person for over 2′s.
    You can use Tesco days out vouchers for Bekonscot.
    All in all, I would recommend Bekonscot as a lovely place to go in nice weather for a half day (or little over half day) outing.


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