Merrivale Model Village (Norfolk) Reviews
Description:Address: Marine Parade / Great Yarmouth / Norfolk / NR30 3JG / Tel: 01493 842097
Newest Review: ... about half hour to play the golf and we had great fun. Once we'd finished our game of golf, we took advantage of the very clean toilets, before moving on. Although for obvious reasons I didn't personally enter the male toilets, I have been assured that they were as clean and well stocked as the ladies was. There is also a disabled toilet available near the entrance along with baby changing ... more
Customer Merrivale Model Village (Norfolk) Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/06/11 (Very useful, 111 readings)
***Review based on visit in June 2011 Situated just past Wellington Pier on Great Yarmouth Seafront Merrivale Model Village, Penny Arcade Museum and Tearooms is a lovely place to while away the afternoon should you be in the area. We had a great time during our recent visit and found there was something to entertain and amuse all age groups from 14 month old Freddy to his 92 year old Great Grandma. As some parts of this attraction are free to enter, while others are not, I'm now going to break the review into sections. ==The Model Village== The model village is open daily from the 26th of March until the 30th October, opening at 10am with ... Read the complete review
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