Corfe Castle Model Village

Corfe Castle Model Village and Tearoom

Corfe Castle Model Village is conveniently located just off the main square. The highlight is a beautifully constructed 1/20th scale model of Corfe Castle and the village as it was in 1646 prior to the castle’s destruction by Oliver Cromwell’s troops during the English Civil War.

Address: The Square, Corfe Castle, BH20 5EZ (Google map)
Telephone: 01929 481234
Website: https://www.corfecastlemodelvillage.co.uk

Opening Hours: 10am to 5pm seven days a week during spring, summer & autumn. Check website for up-to-date information.

The model village is set in an acre of landscaped gardens. There is a croquet lawn, enchanted fairy garden, fossil garden, giant chess game, wildlife garden, village punishment area for kids and spouses with working stocks and pillories. There is also a gift shop and Courtyard Cafe and Tea Rooms.

Admission Prices

Adults£3.95
Children£2.75
Seniors£3.50
Family 2 + 3£12
Prices subject to change. Children three and under are free. Carers also free.
Tea Room & Cafe with outdoor seating in the courtyard. You don’t have to buy an entrance ticket if you are just visiting the tea room.
The croquet lawn and potting shed to the left.
This is a 1/20th scale model of Corfe Castle and the village as it was in 1646 prior to the castle’s destruction by Oliver Cromwell’s troops during the English Civil War.
This attraction took two years to build and was opened to the public in 1966. It feels like nothing has changed since.
In the model of the Church of Saint Edward, if you listen carefully you will hear music and a choir

Related Pages: Corfe Castle Village / Swanage Railway / Swanage / Wareham / Corfe Castle / Studland Village /