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Important Visitor Information

Please be aware that all purchases on site are in cash as we have no credit card facilities.


We endeavor to get blue badge holders close to the entrance for parking. Once inside most areas are good and wheelchair friendly. For further information click here

Open Days For 2019

Sunday 21 April – Easter Open DayTheme: Easter Eggs

Sunday 5 May – Open dayTheme: Bluebells

Sunday 2 June – Open DayTheme: Services day

Sunday 7 July – Open DayTheme: Best Dressed Teddy

Sunday 4 August – Open DayTheme: Classic Car and Vehicle Day

Sunday 1 September – Open DayTheme: Classic Tractors and Farm equipment

Sunday 6 October – Open Day

Sunday 27 October – Gala Day

Opening Times

Car park opens – 10:30
First Train – 11:00
Last Train – 16:30
Line closes – 17:00


Includes parking and as many train rides as you wish

Adults – £10
Child (3-15 yrs) – £4
Under 3 – Free
Family Ticket – £25 (2 adults & up to 3 children)

Annual Ticket Are Available here


The Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway

Our narrow gauge railway is set in the delightful and secluded 30 acres on the North Downs in Kent. It is central to our activities here at Bredgar and is part of a collection of restored vehicles and exhibits which ensure an absorbing day out for both enthusiast and the family.

A day at Bredgar includes unlimited trips in our vintage style railway carriages hauled by gleaming historic locomotives. Our main building houses the steam locomotives which are resting on the day of your visit, vintage motor cars, a steam powered beam engine, our superb and extensive model railway and numerous small exhibits. Also working on the site will be our road and agricultural traction engines and some of our vintage tractors. We have woodland walks and plenty of places in the field or woods for visitors to have a picnic and for children to play. There is a large free car park. A warm welcome awaits those who visit our tea room and the railway shop, both of which are open throughout the day.

The Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway is twinned with Le Chemin de Fer Touristique de la Vallee de l’Ouche in Burgundy, France.
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BBC Kent did a short article and video about the BWLR back in 2007
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