Miniland

Miniland, Kirchheim bei Munich: Hours, Address, Miniland Reviews: 4/5

Wednesday
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
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Babbabra
By Babbabra
Just for real _train_ lovers.
Oct 2015
I've been with my son to Miniland, but I need to say that we're not so much train-fanatic. We've arrived with the car and we've immediately found a parking space in the truck logistic area. Miniland is based on the 1st floor of the building, but there is no elevator to reach it. The entrance fee is really high for my point of view, quite 10 euro for the adult. The models are well accurate, every details is careful taken in consideration. You can press a few buttons to hear sounds even more realistic as the military band, the stadium during a football match or see the waves of the sea, to start the trains or activate some models in motion. However, the main moving parts are given by trains and the airport, where a plane takes off / lands on every hour. The environment give you the idea of the time (with day and night). During the "night" the street lamps are light on and the fireworks are on the sky/screen (near the stadium). For those who want to play there are train sets, wooden rails, fixed on the little tables in the children area and an additional small area for the most little is available with Duplo trains. Our visit to the models has been really fast, around half an hour. The most funny side, for my 8 year son, was the "laser" area that has nothing to do with trains. There is a small path with laser lights where, to cross them, you have to jump or crawl. Outside there a screen divided in more monitors so that you can follow the child's path drinking a nice cappuccino.

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rsandner
Geretsried, Germany99 contributions
Apr 2016 • Solo
I was there several times with my little son and he loved it. The railway is big, very well done and features a landscape from the seaside to the mountain area. Many animated extras such as an amusement park, a football stadium, fireworks, thunderstorm, etc.
Written September 2, 2016
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Babbabra
Vaterstetten, Germany519 contributions
Oct 2015 • Family
I've been with my son to Miniland, but I need to say that we're not so much train-fanatic.

We've arrived with the car and we've immediately found a parking space in the truck logistic area.
Miniland is based on the 1st floor of the building, but there is no elevator to reach it.

The entrance fee is really high for my point of view, quite 10 euro for the adult.

The models are well accurate, every details is careful taken in consideration.
You can press a few buttons to hear sounds even more realistic as the military band,
the stadium during a football match or see the waves of the sea, to start the trains or
activate some models in motion.
However, the main moving parts are given by trains and the airport, where a plane takes off / lands
on every hour.

The environment give you the idea of the time (with day and night).
During the "night" the street lamps are light on and the fireworks are on the sky/screen (near the stadium).

For those who want to play there are train sets, wooden rails, fixed on the little tables in the children area
and an additional small area for the most little is available with Duplo trains.

Our visit to the models has been really fast, around half an hour.
The most funny side, for my 8 year son, was the "laser" area that has nothing to do with trains.
There is a small path with laser lights where, to cross them, you have to jump or crawl.
Outside there a screen divided in more monitors so that you can follow the child's path drinking a nice cappuccino.
Written October 12, 2015
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

RE14
Co Offaly65 contributions
Jul 2015 • Solo
Miniland consists of a large HO gauge model railway which has some good models, dioramas and details. As well as trains moving, there are also moving cars/trucks and the airport has a couple of planes that take off and land. There is also a small O gauge layout in the room.
In addition to the layout, there is an area for kids to play as well as a café. The shop was also well stocked. (No ticket is required to visit the shop). As all of the attractions are inside, this attraction can be visited in all weather.
It is located in an industrial estate right next to Heimstetten railway station on the S2 line. There is also a large amount of free parking outside.
I thought that the entry fee of almost €10 for an adult was high compared to other model railway exhibitions that I have visited in Germany, however it is worth a view if you are in the Munich area and have an hour to spare.
Written July 23, 2015
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Concierge001
London, United Kingdom21 contributions
Have to say this was an enjoyable visit with the family and the detail in the layout was incredible, really something for all the boys! Brings back your childhood memories when you experience all the HO scale engines in action within the detailed landscapes. If you have a couple of hours idle time available then make your way to Miniland & enjoy the nostalgia!
Written September 7, 2014
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