An ATTRACTION in Beaconsfield has been named as one of the best valued in the UK, following a recent survey.

Conducted by, it showed that the Bekonscot Model Village came sixth out of 15 destinations that users ranked highly in terms of the quality of the venue’s reviews, along with its cost of admission.

It ranked higher than several locations in London, Brighton, and Shropshire, as the popular yet niche day out, only charges people £12.50.

The survey also concluded that Bekonscot had a positive score of 9.83 per cent out of 10, and that 1.33 reviews left were negative.

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The eye-catching display has been visited by more than 14m people since it was first built in the 1929s, and it has raised over £5m for charity.

Overall, there are six model towns, one model garden railway, a ride-on railway, remote-controlled boats, castles, lakes and several industries on 1.5 acre area.

The unique landmark in Beaconsfield has also made national attention as shows such as Blue Peter, Countryfile and the One Show have all featured the model village, whilst Bekonscot has also made appearances on programmes such as Midsomer Murders and A League of Their Own.

However, claiming the crown as the UK’s best value attraction is Wiltshire’s Salisbury Cathedral, as for just £9, you can get up-close-and-personal with Britain’s tallest spire (404ft) and see four of the best-preserved original copies of the Magna Carta, dating back to 1215.

Additionally, three of the best value attractions are in London.

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The third-best value on the list is Tower Bridge where visitors can pay to access the glass walkways and steam engine rooms, while Emirates Air Line Cable Car - taking guests from Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks - is seventh on list charging £11.70 to see the capital in a different light. The other London attraction in the top 15 is Churchill War Rooms in Westminster which is the ninth-best value attraction in Britain.

Wales also features on the list in 13th place with the Ffestiniog Railway, which is a heritage railway that takes visitors on a 13.5-mile journey through Snowdonia National Park.

The data also showed that the Marble Arch Mound is officially the worst value attraction in the UK, with an average positive score of 4.4 per cent.