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Amazing! Great for kids

The work and time spent on this miniature village and trains is beyond words! If in the Lehigh... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
SSSNES
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Brunswick, Maine
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Awesome

This train display is totally amazing. You will not be disappointed!!! The number of trains running... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fhockey14
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Palmerton, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed January 24, 2018

We found out about this train and planned a trip for after Christmas because it is open all year long. It was $18, after the $1 coupon we found online, for 2 adults and a child. It was well worth it! The tickets are good for all shows on the day of your purchase. The shows are only 30 minutes long but include a thunderstorm, complete with actual rain and a rainbow at the end.
Unlike the train garden in NJ (see my previous review) there was no rush, we took our time and actually came back for 2 more shows so we could see everything. Some of our favorites were Cinderella's castle, the amusement park and the ski mountain. The attention to detail was amazing!
The owner was walking around asking everyone how they were enjoying the show and he was very friendly. Well worth the price of admission, we will be going back.

Date of experience: January 2018
2  Thank Annie T
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Reviewed December 16, 2017 via mobile

We paid $8.00 per adult for the 2:30 pm show the Saturday before Christmas. The sign posted that the next show would begin at 3:30 pm. With 18,000 feet of track to view, we took our time. The thunderstorm begins 15 minutes after you are permitted to enter. We were SURPRISED when SHAZAM! All of the trains and lights were manually turned off at 3:00 pm. Without warning, we were told the show was over and that if we wanted to see the rest of it, to return at 3:30 pm. Many people were only half way or three-quarters of the way through the exhibit. It is odd that the visitor is not informed of this information. So, here is the breakdown. You pay $8.00 per adult for a timed show of 30 minutes.

Date of experience: December 2017
Thank PaleoGypsy
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Reviewed November 22, 2017

Ii had a buddy visit who is a big train buff and collector and rehabber. WE really had fun in the exhibit and the store nearby has lots of great stuff, parts and cars. My buddy found accessories he could use and two bodies for his collection. I love the rainfal exhibit and the old timer who runs the place is a real railroad expert. No matter how often I go I always enjoy it and so do my guests

Date of experience: September 2017
Thank 847ericz
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Reviewed August 19, 2017 via mobile

This was a great place for young kids. The show is about 30 minutes, where you walk around freely and look at the different trains. You can experience everything in about 15 minutes. They have very realistic scenes of towns and city and even a subway system. It worth a visit if you have kids 7 and under especially. For the older folks the flea market has a good deals.

Date of experience: July 2017
2  Thank nidmaz
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Reviewed March 22, 2017

It is a great place to bring the kids especially up to about 11 years old. They have some many details of different parts like an outdoor movie theater, amusement parks, lots of different trains in different settings. You can walk around and around the display several times and see something different you missed on the first pass around! Not a big expense either!

Date of experience: December 2016
Thank sbrown0130
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