A glimpse of English rural life around 1930 through extraordinary dioramas featuring railways, villages and landscapes.
Pendon opens at 11:00 and closes at 16:00. The last admission time is 15:15.
One day workshops covering a range of topics.
Free, on school holiday Wednesdays.
Opportunity to learn from a top photographer.
An ambitious model of the countryside of the Vale of White Horse as it was in the 1930s. It captures in miniature an impression of the calm unhurried beauty of the past.
Part of an imaginary Great Western branch line meandering from South Devon into Cornwall.
A famous, pioneering layout on permanent display. It runs on specific days during the year.
Pendon recaptures scenes from the English countryside as it was in the 1920s and 1930s using exquisite models to explain a past era and a different way of life.