We had been here before but with grandchildren, so had no chance to read everything as children were quite small.
Overall a good place to see with toilet facilities, a small shop, cafe and plenty of information. There is a wide selection of vehicles, bikes, a few buses, a tank etc. There is also an organ, which on this visit was not working but on our first visit was. They put on events for children, today it was spot the cuddly toys as you go round.
The cafe is about average in price and serves soup, sandwiches, cakes and drinks, however, the admission charge is slightly above at £9.50 per person. Given it is a small village I suppose this reflects overhead charges.
Outside there is a childrens area, a steam engine and a few benches to sit and today, take in the sun.
Finally there is disabled toilets and access.
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