Things to do at Bondville Model Village review
Bondville Model Village is located at the top of Sewerby cliffs just a short distance from the centre of Bridlington. If there is no room in their car park there is a large council car park next door or you can catch the land train there.
It’s a really pretty little place well loved by young and old. It was originally developed back in 1987 and it took around 2 years to build. It is not modelled on anywhere in particular but it all feels so familiar. Young kids could walk around in a matter of minutes so make sure you pick up a trail sheet for them. It will make them focus their attention more on all the wonderful things to see.
The fact it took 2 years to create only goes to prove the attention to detail that went into this place. You will feel like a giant walking around life in miniature. There’s water, a train running around the village plus all aspects of family life. There’s miniature people enjoying sports, a concert and so much more. Plus miniature shops, a church and even a harbour. All aspects of village life are covered. There is even a castle. Once you’re finished exploring I can highly recommend a slice of cake from their tearoom.
FAQ and Further Information Bondville Model Village
Is there food and drink available?
There is a tearoom which serves hot and cold food and drinks.
What are the main things to do?
Village life in miniature with people going about daily life, water, a train, shops, a church, houses and even a castle. There are toilets and a tearoom.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Cheap. An adult ticket is £4.50, children are £3. Other pricing options including family passes are available.
Is there parking?
There is a small on-site car park with free parking. There is a larger pay and display car park next door.
When are they open?
They open from 1st May until the 30th of September. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Dogs are welcome on a lead.
Are they accessible?
There is disabled access and disabled toilets.
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