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Beautiful little place. A visit that would suit anyone or any group. Friendly and inviting, I loved walking round looking at the tiny detail in the windows especially the various shops. Some of the buildings are in need of repair but that could have happened...More
What a charming little village, a true labour of love and we were informed that more was going to be added in the future for education purposes. Definitely worthy of a visit especially if you have children, it will be magical for them.
This is such a cute model town, the detail on little buildings is brilliant, and best of all is the model Woolworths store - a real piece of nostalgia. My son loved doing the quiz and having to find items to tick off throughout the...More
Lots to do here, a model village which includes a model of the model village - interesting for locals as the model village shows the Wimborne of many years ago.
There is a model railway which is impressive, a mini golf putting and a lovely...More
The model village is a scale model of central Wimborne from around 1950. It is very well done and interesting. I recommend asking to do one of the quizzes based on the town as it encourages you to have a good look at the individual...More
Whilst in Wimborne we visited the model town, it's not just any old model town but a real life miniaturised version of Wimborne itself! An entry ticket was £20 for all 4 of us (2 adults, 2 children) and is well worth the money. It's...More
Took my two grandchildren around the model village (ages 3 and 5). They thought it was great, especially with the quiz sheet. We spent just over three hours here enjoying the different sections. The model village was the highlight, especially the minster with the wedding...More