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Babbacombe Model Village is Torquay's most popular and visited attraction. Representing British life and culture over the last five decades all in miniature. Animated scenes, along with touches of very English humour bring it all to life. Taking you...more
Hampton Avenue | Babbacombe, Torquay TQ1 3LA, England
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I was expecting a traditional victorian model village but it is more like a play mobil village, with the bake off tent and game of thrones scenes. Good way to spend a couple of hours on a nice sunny day. Babbacombe itself is also lovely,...More
so many different types of buildings to see somevmay find it a bit on the pricey side for admission but well worth it in you go in the semi dark it is amazing as all lit up only downside it isa bit hilly an steep...More
Always used to go here as a kid when we went to Paignton on holiday so took my wife for her first visit when we were in Torquay for a couple of days.
Much as I remembered it, there is a lot to see and...More
I was looking forward to this, but i have to be honest my husband and my 2 children werent. They flatly changed their minds within minutes however and we all as a family really enjoyed our time round the village, the kids were given a...More
Pleasantly surprised! Really interesting models and there is a lot of humour in them as well! We loved the Superhero mansion. All done quite well and the models are in good condition. Lots to see. You can play a little bit of crazy golf as...More
My family of three generations really enjoyed this.. The eldest 74yrs..and the youngest 7yrs.
Be warned, there are steep hills to climb.
Cafe had limited sit down area; menu choice is basic, and can take some time to prepare, so make sure you consider this...More
First opened in the 1960s, this is such a fun way to spend a few hours. We initially balked at £10 adult admission, but for feeing like a kid again for a few hours, it is worth it. The quality of the models (so many!)...More
I had been here previously - once as a child and once in my twenties. I wasn't sure if my girls (particularly the teenager) would enjoy it but they loved it! We had a great couple of hours and then walked down to the nearby...More