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Bekonscot Model Village & Railway
Warwick Road

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‘A little piece of history that is forever England’
All profits are given to charity

Good things do come in small packages! BE A GIANT in this miniature wonderland where nobody grows up. Use your imagination in this unique world of make-believe that has delighted generations of visitors.

Established in 1929 Bekonscot Model Village captures a delightful and timeless image of a lost age, depicting rural England in the l930s. An unforgettable day out for everyone.

Bekonscot boasts the ultimate train set, and its historic Gauge 1 line has been famous since 1929 for being one of the largest, most exciting and complex in Great Britain. There is a sit-on railway*, remote controlled boats*, pirate water feature* and kiddie rides*
*Small extra charge for these

Bekonscot has a Tea Room which offers an excellent selection of food and beverages, an Ice Cream Parlour, Gift Shop, playground, picnic areas, disabled facilities.

There is limited free parking, opposite our Warwick Road entrance.

Our log cabin is a fun place to hold a child’s birthday party.

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Months Open: 10am to 5pm daily mid-February to end-October/early November
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes - Limited car parking
Contact Name for Groups: Mrs Maura Buckland
Admission Price: Please see website for details
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Tea Room & Picnic Areas

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