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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
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Hampton Avenue | Babbacombe, Torquay TQ1 3LA, England
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We've been to Torquay a few times but this was our first visit here and like all of Torquay there not happy with high admission prices they also like to rob you on the car park price aswell , I wasn't also aware that you...More
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themodelvillage, Manager at Babbacombe Model Village, responded to this reviewResponded today
Sorry to hear about your disappointment.
The car park is owned by Torbay council, we have no ownership or control over it.
We only run illuminations on Thursdays simply because there isn't enough demand for more than one evening, and there is little to no...More
We used to take the children here a long time ago so were pleased to see the place is still open and even more pleased to see the improvements. It hasn't stood still for the last 20 years, in fact there is a great deal...More
Very well done and what was most surprising was how bang up to date it was with some of the displays. Great humour too, old fashioned corny stuff that raises a titter.
Some great bits of animation. some of the rails and hedging were a...More
Fantastic well presented displays and ideal place to spend a couple of hours. Only down side (if any) is it is very hilly and my partner (who has arthritis) found it difficult to walk around without having to stop, but that is not a criticism...More
revisit after 20 years. did not disappoint. some old favourites and lots of new parts. always worth a look when you're in the area. it's fascinating to see the exhibits which take an age to make and look fantastic. next time we'll visit in the...More