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Railworld Wildlife Haven

Oundle Road,
Access thru 'Pleasure Fair Meadow Long Stay Car Park' ,
Peterborough,
Cambridgeshire,
PE2 9NR

Tel: (01733) 344240

Web: http://http://www.railworld.org.uk

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Description:

Entertain & Educate about Our World - Visionary Conservation by Volunteers! Volunteers Creating Habitat for Nature - Plus 2,000 Sqft of Model Railways


About this attraction:

Railworld is an exhibition centre in the middle of Peterbrough. This attraction may be enjoyed by all members of a family. It is mainly about modern rail travel worldwide. Environmental issues are highlighted along with a concern for integrated transport. Railworld has a large model railway, hands-on exhibits and picnic area. There are also Age of Steam exhibits and a Peterborough rail history display. There are 2 large locomotives and Britain's unique hovertrain.


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Railworld Wildlife Haven

Price Guide:

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Railworld Wildlife Haven
Oundle Road,
Peterborough,
Cambridgeshire
PE2 9NR

Tel: (01733) 344240

Adults: £4.00
Children: £2.00
Family: £10:00
Concessionary: £3.00
Admission Free: Y
Other Prices: Special Group
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