A 2-3 hour self-guided or guided tour takes guests through an unbelievable tour of one man's lifetime artwork at its best. You will see trains, tunnels, bridges, mountains, cities, villages, cars, trucks, airplanes, ships, boats, rivers, towns, farms, rainforests, etc. When they see a real train and they have an opportunity to experience what it feels like when riding one, it becomes a memorable adventure for them. Nothing attracts kids more than riding the trains pulled by old-fashioned locomotives.
Kids of all ages have long been fascinated with trains and railroads. Despite many new ways of transportation having emerged, train travel continues to captivate the interests of kids. It is usually among the first toys that parents bring to them. Kids growing up Watched many train cartoons on TV and collected model trains. Having toy versions of characters from these cartoon series makes kids fall in love with them. They are curious about watching trains and want to know what it feels like to ride a train and learn how they work.
Scouts will stay engaged with our scavenger hunt. Scouts will even get a prize for completing it.
Ever wonder how it feels to sleep at the world's largest model train museum? You don't need to wonder anymore. Scouts can spend a memorable night at Northlandz.