WHAT IS THERE TO DO? We’re glad you asked. Firstly, its free admission. Casting (making) demonstrations of figures are given to the thousands of people walking through our doors. There’s no fake machinery or actors – it’s all REAL! It is one of the only places in the world to see Tin Soldiers being cast the same way that they have been since the 17th Century. Why not take part in a Make & Paint Workshop?! How does it work? 1: Choose your figure 2: Cast (Make) it 3: Paint it 4: Yes! Take it home Our workshops are hugely popular with both adults and children alike! Come tap into your inner Picasso with us, unleashing a world of creativity you may not have known you had! Are you up for the challenge?
Visit our NEW Battle of waterloo exhibition: Why not step through the doors into a world of historical combat and witness the jaw dropping, show room filling, NEW battle of Waterloo exhibit? A conquest of sorts in regards to man VS moulds! A visit to our new exhibit of the famous Battle of Waterloo is a must. The huge Diorama totaling 26 x 13 feet (8×4 Meters) in size, houses 15,000 hand cast and hand painted Prince August Model Soldiers by Andre Rudolph from Germany. It took Andre eight passionate years to cast, paint and complete his creation.
Why not plan a visit to us with your students today, it’s a visit they will be raving about for weeks?! Or come party with us and make it a birthday none of your friends will forget! See our website link below for further info. You could even bring along your team mates, best friends, etc. for one of our group bookings to keep it fun and unique (In order to make group bookings we advise calling us on the number listed)! For more information, contact the Toy soldier factory on the listed email or phone or speed up the process and visit our website! Don't miss out on this fun and unique yet educationally stimulating opportunity!
Last updated 2017-06-01
Note: Map is an approximate indication ONLY. Please contact Toy Soldier Factory for directions and precise location prior to your visit.