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Good variety of attractions to view and the food from cafe upstairs is delicious. As long as you have a freedom of the line ticket the attraction is free. Excellent views from the balcony and very quiet
Huge effort and thought gone into this. Great place to visit. Loved the exhibits and videos and history boards. Very well geared up for young children with cartoon films and giant puzzels plus play area.
Superb balcony and coffee shop with full view of trains...More
We went there to look at the engines but before doing that stopped for lunch in their cafe. WOW - best food ever. We had the most amazing Hunters Chicken and a Shepherd Pie to beat all others!!! Can't say enough about the quality of...More
This is just about the only thing to do if you stop off at Highley while riding the Severn Valley Railway. It costs £6.50 or so to enter, or free if you present your Severn Valley Railway ticket. £6 seems rather steep to get in...More
This visit was a treat for our two grand children. They thoroughly enjoyed the train ride from Kidderminster and were delighted they could see elephants in the Safari Park! The centre had a special Harry Potter theme for the holidays and many children and adults...More
Great day out for family. We bought the freedom ticket and can stop at every station. Our first stop is Highley, we went to The Engine House which is free with freedom ticket. Lots to see and activities for the children. From craft, disco dancing,...More
It's part of the ordinary ticket (so long as you pay full price) so it's worth stopping at highley to look at the engines in the engine shed. There are a number to get close to, although the boards describing them did not always match...More