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mlorahga wrote a review Sep 2020
Augusta, Georgia1,384 contributions196 helpful votes
Kingdom of Railways is perhaps the largest model train display I have ever seen. It roughly models the Czech countryside and includes multiple Prague landmarks. Definitely worth seeing for kids of all ages.
Date of experience: October 2019
Amalia H wrote a review Dec 2019
Olathe238 contributions58 helpful votes
My son loves trains. To be honest I was really disappointed here, partly because they have places like this in my home country that are free or very low cost/donation type. I found the entry to be very expensive and a lot of locals were having their kids look in the windows, at the free displays etc which was a bit telling. Anyways. There are a few small setups, some actual docked bus, tram, train, then a very large exhibit covering the majority of the lower level. You can't get very close to most of it. We just couldn't stretch out a lot of time in it but as I felt it was a one time opportunity, it's ok.…
Date of experience: December 2019
2 Helpful votes
Ola J wrote a review Dec 2019
Tibro, Sweden75 contributions38 helpful votes
A really big model railroad in central Prague. You buy the tickets on the entrance floor and then go down in the basement to the MRR. Really recommended, but as someone said, not that many trains moving at the same time and most of them really short. But well worth a visit.
Date of experience: November 2019
1 Helpful vote
Tomáš T wrote a review Nov 2019
Velka Dobra, Czech Republic941 contributions44 helpful votes
Great placeto visit for all fans of railways- big or small. The place is easy to find- right beside the shopping centre Novy Smichov. You can easy get there by Metro or tram. In the lobby you have to buy tickets (a little more expensive than expected, but it's worth it). Then you go to the basementto enter. The area is huge. For the first sight you do not expect it, but when you go farther you will see, it goes once more one floor lower and there it is- the small map of the Czech republic. In August 2019 was only 1/3 ready and finished and the other parts were under the constructin. But there are so much to see- modelsof vehiclel, military, lego, planes.... All located in showcases or on the construction site of the map. On the firs floor are located public transports vehicles- tarain, bus and tram which you cen enter and take a ride like a driver. On the front window you see the road as in the reality. You can easy stay for 3-4 hours and stlill keep discovering something new. On the main map you can press buttons on the sides of the map and look at some mechanism how they work. Even the changin of night and day is so realistics. We were excited about the visit and we will definitely come again. Save your ticket as you will get a discount on access to other partner attractions in the Czech Republic, such as the Prachov Rocks or Mirakulum.…
Date of experience: August 2019
obcy84 . wrote a review Oct 2019
Horsham, United Kingdom36 contributions10 helpful votes
Worth seeing this place even if you are not a child or don't have to much interest in trains. We went there with our son (3year old) and were all amazed.
Date of experience: July 2019