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Not very interesting. The workmanship on the model railway was disapointing. There was a lame seek and find quiz that was given to you upon arrival, even if you didn't want to participate. Staff quite aggressive when I said I wasn't keen on doing it.
Wow this is such a colourful , fantasy place, with quizzes and trains and years of work well done. I had more fun than the kids not expensive and the people are lovely. The man who gave the tour was so eccentric just loved it....More
Cripes we loved this. It's about as weird as it gets but took me all the way back to being a kid again. The owners have obviously spent years and thousands of hours building this attraction. Good for them. This attraction is fabulous and dripping...More
We took our young son & 2 teenage cousins and we all had fabulous time at this quirky place. Great displays and fun puzzles to complete for prizes. Very original. Graham is a wealth of knowledge and as a retired teacher, excellent with kids. Rosies...More
The place is amazing with what must be thousands of kids toys in various dioramas around a central theme of a fantasy model railway. The work that Graham and Rosie put into the place is staggering but it is a bit kitch.
Definitely recommended for...More
Graham is a very passionate train enthusiast. He loves creating a world for kids. There is something for little kids and big kids. His displays are extensive and games are fun. He and his wife are very eccentric and I don't mind this but it...More
We visited the fantasy model railway on a rainy winters day with our 3 children aged 3, 7 and 8. From the moment we walked across the troll bridge our children were entralled. The bright colours of the fantasy world came alive. Rose and Graham...More
I'm still so confused .
Friendly service, actually a bit too friendly. I appreciate all the effort put into it and you can see the passion in Graham's work but something didn't seem quite right. We just wanted the opportunity to walk around but there...More