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Wroxham Miniature Worlds is the UK's Largest indoor model railway attraction. With over 300 locos,coaches & wagons, over 500 model Buildings, 700 model cars, 3,000 of track and over 4,000 trees. The last time the population of Wroxham Miniature...more
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Station Road Business Park Horning Road West | Station Business Park, Hoveton, Wroxham NR12 8QJ, England
We were on a boating holiday and wanted to stretch our legs. This place had several train layouts of top quality. Some were interactive and some had fantastic detail such as moving roadworks and fire hoses. It was good to look at the old retro...More
Whatever your taste in models most are covered here. Predominantly model railways in different scales and in differing styles there are also model cars, Lego and dolls houses. I spent about 90 minutes there which i think is about right. There is a small cafe...More
We visited this exhibit on bank holiday Monday and
Went with a completely open mind.
My son had picked up a leaflet at a stand in a
Local store and had been showing us it most days so we gave in.
So glad we did!...More
I really wanted to be impressed with this: we went last year on our holiday and thought it wasn’t massively worth the money; but saw they had put a new cafe in and more stuff in the leaflet so we thought we’d give it a...More
Visited with my 14 year old son, we both really enjoyed it, liked the quiz sheet and the old slot machines. One thing I might suggest is a couple of pairs of binoculars by the displays for those of us who have to strain our...More
We were unsure of how long this would hold our 7 year old grandsons attention on a rainy day. Happily the amswer was more than a couple of hours. The work that has gone into these miniature worlds is amazing and there is incredible detail....More
I brought my 14 year old son here on a cloudy summer afternoon. It was reasonably quiet and not sure what to expect. The staff were welcoming and friendly and once we walked in it was difficult to chose what to look at first! The...More
Fair admission charge for 2 hours of entertainment. Multiple very detailed layouts for model trains ,so that my grandson was continually spotting interesting things and calling us to see"Look !". Favourites were the Japanese bullet trains. The cafe's food and drinks--especially the cakes-- were reasonably...More