A village in a Village – Bourton Model Village


Want to see a village in a village? Why not head to Burton -on – the – water, another jewel in the district of Cotswold. It is another popular attraction among many in Burton.

The Model Village is a one-ninth scale replica of the heart of the beautiful Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water, containing all the old buildings and the new one. Yes, the team who maintains this model village keep re-working on it time to time to reflect any changes in the village.

It is fascinating that a lot has not changed in this old quaint village in so many years. And how the local community and the people have kept the beauty as it is in the heart of the village.

The village was created by a previous landlord of the Old New Inn, taking local craftsmen five years to build, and it was officially opened on the Coronation Day of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1937.








10 thoughts on “A village in a Village – Bourton Model Village

    1. Thank you so much. I am so happy that you find it a interesting read, just some stories of my little travel plans πŸ™‚ Please do keep visiting, readers like you makes blogging even more fun πŸ™‚

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  1. hey Aanchal, its really informative and fascinating reading your blogs. Your blog has increased my urge to visit Cotswold. i would like to know how many days would it take to cover the villages of Cirencester, Stoud, bourton-on-water, Bibury at one go?

    keep Travelling and sharing!

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