We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Modelling the past for the future. The benchmark for modelling excellence. Pendon's centrepiece exhibition of the Vale of White Horse is a re-creation of the rural landscape of the 1920s and 30s in breathtaking detail. Pendon is also home to our...more
Hours Today: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
See all hours
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
High Street, Long Wittenham, Abingdon OX14 4QD, England
All reviews attention to detail white horse great afternoon cup of tea two floors model railway well worth the visit informative staff two hours last visit all ages second to none fantastic place on display rainy day car parking model making
Took my 9 year old today, he was fascinated for the whole visit.
The model railway layouts are intricate and show off the volunteer modellers skills so well.
Take time to speak with the staff, they are pleasant and so knowledgeable and do not rush...More
Abit out of the way but worth seeing. Scenery and models are fantastic. Staff very polite and very knowledgeable. One negative bit its cost £7.50 each (adults) to get in which i thought was very pricey.
A bit out of the way, but well worth the time to get there, this museum is a gem. It is a model railway exhibit, but is well-known for its depiction of the English countryside almost 100 years ago. The detail and descriptions of the...More
As a previous reviewer said - if you like model railways, especially the scenery, particularly the Cotswold area, then this museum is a ‘must’ visit. The skill levels, the ingenuity and attention to detail of the historical team that built up the museum as well...More
I have visited Pendon Museum many times since living in the UK in the late 70's. I have been delighted to see the progress being made over the years. My last visit recently revealed that there is still another 10 years estimated to complete the...More
Visited Pendon Museum which was most exciting rie information from 1930 to the present time. It demonstrated development of population with the introduction of various mode of transport from bicycle, cars and later train. The train had a great impact with movement of people n...More