Oh what fun this is. I took our four year old here and he loves trains to begin with so when he seen this his eyes got so big it was funny. There are seven trains running at once. You just keep looking and try to follow where they are going. There is a display of G-gauge trains and miniature buildings and real landscape. There is a canyon, coal mine, rock quarry, and more. The mini buildings are in different scenes and shows the civil war, prairie towns, farm towns, and so much more. Every train had something different, one was pulling circus cars with animals inside, one was a logging train, it was great. I took over a hundred pictures and noticed things when l download them on the computer, like 3 women having tea on a roof top terrace, and a women holding a baby coming out of the bakery. Bring a pair of binoculars if you really want to take time and study each building display. We came home and showed my husband the pictures and now we are going again because he wants to see this. There are also other areas you can explore away from the trains. Bluebird trail, goldfinch trail, Heron trail, owl trail, and an area with live chickens and coming soon is goats. Bring a lunch and make a half day of this place.
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