It is a superb example of private initiative that includes a historical reconstruction not only of local ancient trains and trams, but it also describes the real people life around this adorable little station and the importance that it served during the second war years and the post-war period. A wonderful and exciting journey into the past that it touches adults and let become crazy young children who are allowed to get on and off trains and sit in the driver's seat.
It should be voted on to become a museum even for international tourists, because our beautiful Italy is comprised also in this museum history and this would fascinate also in these those who come from abroad.
Occasionally there are also guided tours, and let's not forget what the surrounding area is rich in monuments in several villages to enjoy a different day out of Rome! Great management with great results. Visit it, you won’t regret!
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