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An award winning attraction set in over 2 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens. The hand crafted, entertaining and amusing models are tactfully woven into the gardens. Our aim is to bring smiles to your faces and there is something for every member...more
All reviews quiz sheet stanley park moles answer questions mobility scooter take your time lovely walk few hours couple of hours great for kids gift shop entrance fee great place to visit all ages my partner gnomes questionnaire
I wanted to see the model houses and village. Where well we found it. The children loved it. They did want to talk to the children inside the houses.
No they are asleep, you have to maintain the magic.
Cheap and mesmerising.
Not your averge model village, much better. The way they guide you around the twisting tracks so that you do not miss anything is excellent. Also, watch out for some unusual and very amusing bits to the village.
We loved our first visit to the model village. So many details and I could see someone had a very good sense of humour ... it was great to be able to press the button to get the trains moving... the kids loved that bit!...More
Went on a wet October day , but still enjoyed it , last time I visited was way back in the 70's and it pretty much looks the same . Made interesting by doing the quiz and spotting the moles . Would be much nicer...More
What a lovely little place to visit with the family for an hour. You pay a charge for the car park next to it and then an entrance fee. We used a voucher on a leaflet we had so the entrance fee was slightly reduced....More
We visited Frankie and Benny's last night for a family meal. Our daughter has recently been diagnosed with a nut and peanut allergy and our waitress April was amazing!! She Sat with us and talked us through the allergy menu, nothing was too much trouble....More
The village is cute and the quiz and mole hunt make this a fun way to spend an hour. My biggest gripe is that there is a very large, empty car park right next to the model village which they charge £2.50 to park in...More
Went here at the weekend as we have been to blackpool a number of times but hadn’t been to see this.
A pleasant walk on a fresh autumn day. Some clever little touches with little train tracks etc.
I thought it was a little expensive...More
Stopping at the Village hotel, saw this, and decided to give it a go. I’m in a wheelchair, my wife pushes me. I found it a bit boring, just not my thing, wife was much more impressed. I thought in may be like Lego kind...More
There is a pay and display car park next to the attraction. It is a rough gravel car park but should be fine for a wheelchair. You pay at the kiosk (not on the car park) so need to go back to put the ticket in your car... More
There is a pay and display car park next to the attraction. It is a rough gravel car park but should be fine for a wheelchair. You pay at the kiosk (not on the car park) so need to go back to put the ticket in your car. Stanley park itself is also accessible from that car park and is very pram & wheelchair friendly (and scooter!)