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ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP | NORTHLANDZ 


Yearly Access To Northlandz!

365 Days of Infinite Adventure! Unlimited fun awaits you with a Northlandz Annual Membership! That means 365 days of exploring our intricate web of trains and tunnels, discovering new sights around every bend, and making memories that will last a lifetime.

Enjoy free admission all year long to explore the world’s largest model railroad, stroll through miles of scenic gardens, and witness firsthand the stunning beauty of the miniature wonderland of Northlandz. Annual membership is a perfect way to make unforgettable memories with family and friends all year round. 


ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION BENEFITS


When you sign up for a Northlandz annual subscription, you'll enjoy year-round savings and convenience at all of our facilities. From discounts on items in our gift shop to exclusive access to upcoming events, an annual subscription is the best way to get the most out of Northlandz. 

UNLIMITED VISITS TO NORTHLANDZ


 You Won’t Believe Your Eyes!

Step into a world of wonder at Northlandz! This massive miniature wonderland spans over 16 acres and features hundreds of intricately handcrafted models and scenes. From detailed replicas of famous landmarks to entire functioning model railways, Northlandz is a true feast for the eyes. Plus, with interactive exhibits and rides, there's something for everyone to enjoy at this one-of-a-kind destination.


MODEL RAILROAD MUSEUM


Get the Northlandz Annual Membership and have access to ultimate facilities all year! Northlandz is home to the world's largest model railroad, spanning 52,000 sq. ft. of indoor space. Visitors can explore over 8 miles of hand-crafted railroad tracks, including miniature versions of mountains, waterfalls, trestle bridges, buildings, and so on.


AMERICAN MUSIC HALL


Northlandz offers an authentic music experience like no other. With a wide variety of musical genres and artists, Northlandz is sure to please any music lover. Whether you're a fan of country, rock, pop, or anything in between, you'll find your thing here. Besides, our massive range of 2000+ pipes organ in the music hall is designed to fill it with beautiful hum!


DOLL HOUSE


Northlandz is doll heaven, boasting one of the world's largest collections of antique dolls. In the Northlandz Doll House, you can find a variety of historic dolls from all over the world. Varying in sizes, colors, and origins, these beautiful dolls are sure to please everyone who is into doll houses. This is a great way to see some of the most beautiful dolls in existence. 


ART GALLERY


For sure Northlandz is an art in itself! Besides that, it carries one of the biggest and most impressive collections of art in the world. With over 250+ pieces on display, visitors can spend hours exploring all the different styles, mediums & genres. You can explore a variety of paintings, sculptures, digital art, etc. to feast your soul. 

DISCOUNT AT GIFT SHOP


Northlandz Annual Membership offers a 10% discount on all the amazing gifts and souvenirs in our gift shop. With everything from personalized t-shirts to model railway pieces, you won't want to miss out! And since you'll be saving money on every purchase with your membership discount, why not pick up some treats for friends and family too? Shop until your heart's content with Northlandz Annual Membership.

  • Nichole

    20-08-2021

    If you love model trains or have a child that loves model trains this is the place for you. It was unbelievable how intricate the scenes are! The place is huge and it was truly a unique experience!

  • Joanna

    16-12-2020

    Went there with my 2 children and father and felt very uncomfortable. Masks were not being enforced and the place was very crowded with no social distancing being monitored at all. Central room became a play room full of individuals with no masks on running around with no supervision. I explained this to management who seemed more concerned about bringing people in then safety. Everyone needs to make their own decisions about their safety level but I felt incredible uncomfortable there. In non-Covid times I have always enjoyed my visits there but not today.

  • Paul

    23-02-2022

    This was a great visit for all ages. We had parents, grandparents, and children 3 to 9 years and they all loved it.

  • Samuel

    03-03-2020

    First time we came was sad, dust, cobwebs, derelict scenes, holes in scenes, broken buildings and trains. Just went march 1 2020 and it's much improved. Still has dust but has people going around keeping trains running, cobwebs are about gone. Still has holes in scenery floors, maybe people fixing trains go thru scenery floors? Its brighter and staff is friendlier. Has events at night like buffets and bands. Has play area for kids too!

  • Raymond

    04-02-2019

    It has been about a year since my last visit...new owners had just taken over...and you can see they have made improvements...but there is still a long way to go...the place is outdated, and they upped the price.....make the improvements first then up the price....

  • Anna

    09-05-2021

    Northlandz is one of the most remarkable places that I’ve ever been to. The work and attention to detail is unbelievable. It’s a journey into a huge, stunning land.

  • Sarah

    11-03-2021

    This is one of our favorite places to visit every summer. It's absolutely fantastic!

  • Austin

    17-03-2022

    Ever since I can remember my Dad had trains up at Christmas and our basement was stacked with boxes of trains, parts and cars. To visit this place takes me back and reminds me of how much fun we had with those trains. I know Dad had always wanted to have a set-up like Northlandz. A must place to visit with the kids as well as a time to spend in nostalgia.

  • Kristen

    19-06-2022

    And you thought you were a pack rat? This place shows you no matter how much stuff you collected over the years it is a spit in the bucket compared what has been collected and put on display at Nothlandz. If you saw a video or photo of this place it doesn't do it justice. The amazing journey it took from Bruce's basement, then expanding it 5x, and then to this location along with an exterior train you can actually ride if you love model railroads and miniatures this is a must visit.

  • Denny

    14-07-2022

    This place is very unique. Lots of miniature trains and cities, amazing detail! Fun for a young family.

  • Deanna

    31-07-2020

    Visited with my son many years ago. Now visited with my 6 year old grand daughter. She remained excited throughout the entire exhibit. So did all the people who were there. Anyone who complains that the exhibit is old or dusty is missing the point and probably would pick out minor details on the Mona Lisa. This is still the most amazing train exhibit in the world. The short train ride was a refreshing plus.

  • Morgan

    25-11-2021

    Totally loved the Lil themes going and the quirky jokes. Don't regret going. Good value and a fun morning.

  • Randall

    17-06-2022

    Long ago, I was told that most great things were created by a "monomaniac on a mission." Northlandz and its creator "Bruce" certainly qualify. First the criticisms: it is obvious that the facility is not in "Disney" condition. I imagine there just isn't enough revenue to staff or maintain it to the highest standard. That, however, must be viewed as part of the idiosyncratic charm of the place. This is not to say that the facility is not comfortable, accessible or, in any way, distracting from the displays. Additionally, there are those in the model railroad community, who have critiqued the operation from the viewpoint of "perfection," or from their vision of model railroad operations. They miss the point of this creation. Northlandz is so grand in scale and conception that it makes any comparison to a "working" layout, no matter how beautifully finished or accurate in its operations, simply absurd. You do not need to be a railroad or miniature enthusiast to appreciate a visit to Northlandz. The vast scale - it takes two hours to merely view the entire display- the incredible depth of the displays replete with artfully accomplished illusions of vast canyons, high mountains, and distant horizons, are unlike any you have seen or will see in any other "model" display. Taken as a whole, this isn't a "model railroad," it's an artistic creation of a high order- unique in conception and execution. I make it a "must see."

  • Shaina

    24-09-2022

    Let me counter some of the other reviews! There may be a little dust and some minor repairs needed, but this is a unbelievable achievement and a must see for any model train lover and kids of all ages. The intricacy and complexity are enhanced by craftsmanship that clearly displays a love for trains. All that and dolls too! And the owner plays a mean organ housed there as well. Wonderful!

  • Stella

    23-11-2020

    A long weekend in the car and the best way to finish was this perfect side trip. The imagination, creativity, hard work and many many hours that went into this display is unfathomable to me. I was blown away by the scenery, bridges, tunnels, buildings, valleys, mountains, towns, villages and trains. It went on seemingly forever but was new around each corner. And there were a lot of corners. The toy displays around the edges took my interest for a few minutes but then back to the trains. Yes it is a bit run down but that didn't diminish my joy. The train ride outside was short but fun. Make this a place to stop.

  • Lindsey

    09-06-2022

    I've been there a few times...and each time I see something different. It is truly amazing...the bridges...trains....villages....I especially like the toothpick forest....the organ...the dolls...and much more....A great place to take kids that love trains as well as big kids too! Oh...the lady that lives on the edge of a mountain too!

  • Kati

    28-03-2020

    We've been here several times... the trains are incredible, the attention to detail is amazing, and if you like trains, this is the place for you. There are so many things to see on the walk, and so many little details to notice. We go every couple of years just to see what's changed and revisit things we like.

  • Kandice

    09-06-2021

    Great place to see trains running on a huge track.. BUT it takes a couple hours to see the 3 story exhibit.

  • Adan

    31-07-2021

    Northlandz is a HUGE display of running model electric trains. It's different than Choo Barn, RR Museum in Medina, NY, Roadside America (also EXCELLENT!), as those are in one big room, and this is different sets, connected, but seemingly separated. Some of the layout is very clever, the historic captions are interesting, and the other captions are funny. There's a ramp, which winds around Northlandz, enabling the visitor to view the layouts from different levels and vantage points. There are a lot of details, and a couple of places where you have the opportunity to find given items. There are also dolls, doll houses, and artwork on display, throughout the exhibit. A train ride is available, an a nominal cost, on the grounds. It's very slow, but a pretty ride, and worth it. I gave this rating a very good, for the simple reason that although it is excellent, a lot of the display seems a bit repetitive, and after a while, becomes a tad menotonous, particularly for those who have a somewhat limited attention span. The colors are also, overall, predominantly grey and brown,with some green and blue--a little bit drab and depressing/industrial-like, but Industry and quarries run throughout the exhibit. This was our 3rd time there, and in fact, we brought a friend of my son, who loves trains. Although I thought that last time would be my last visit, there's so much to look at, and so many details, that it really doesn't get tired.

  • Damaris

    19-12-2020

    Northlandz could use a goodly dose of TLC, but it is still a worthwhile stop for model railroad enthusiasts. Be advised that the way the exhibit is laid out requires a great deal of walking with minimal opportunities for break.

  • Karl

    19-02-2021

    My wife and I recently visited Northlandz. While I rarely drive 5-1/2 hours to visit a single attraction I must say that I felt our trip was more than worthwhile. The model train world created at Northlandz would have been inspiring if it had been a Disney attraction; it was doubly inspirational for me because one individual (and not a corporation) created Northlandz. Not only was the scenery realistic, it had an element of whimsy and humor that will tickle the fancy of adults while bringing pleasure to your inner child. Building just one of the exquisitely constructed trestle bridges would have challenged most people. Northlandz has 400 of them. The center of the massive 52,000 square foot building is essentially a concert hall with tiered seating. In addition to being impressed with the amount of time, dedication, and passion invested in constructing Northlandz, we discovered that this “master builder” is also an accomplished musician. He treated us to aint, but very impressive theater organ performance. If you have ever wondered if the American spirit might be waning, a visit to Northlandz will convince you that it remains alive and well. We can’t wait until our grandchildren are old enough to take them for a visit.

  • Kiel

    21-01-2019

    4 adults 3 first-timers enjoyed our visit it was a long time to walk but we appreciate the work that went in to the displays we were entertained it is a little dated but friendly employees we were the first people there it was quiet and we went at our own pace.

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Nichole

20-08-2021

Model train lover's heaven!

If you love model trains or have a child that loves model trains this is the place for you. It was unbelievable how intricate the scenes are! The place is huge and it was truly a unique experience!

Joanna

16-12-2020

Was OK!

Went there with my 2 children and father and felt very uncomfortable. Masks were not being enforced and the place was very crowded with no social distancing being monitored at all. Central room became a play room full of individuals with no masks on running around with no supervision. I explained this to management who seemed more concerned about bringing people in then safety. Everyone needs to make their own decisions about their safety level but I felt incredible uncomfortable there. In non-Covid times I have always enjoyed my visits there but not today.

Paul

23-02-2022

Place for all ages!

This was a great visit for all ages. We had parents, grandparents, and children 3 to 9 years and they all loved it.

Samuel

03-03-2020

Overall GOOD!

First time we came was sad, dust, cobwebs, derelict scenes, holes in scenes, broken buildings and trains. Just went march 1 2020 and it's much improved. Still has dust but has people going around keeping trains running, cobwebs are about gone. Still has holes in scenery floors, maybe people fixing trains go thru scenery floors? Its brighter and staff is friendlier. Has events at night like buffets and bands. Has play area for kids too!

Raymond

04-02-2019

GREAT ATTRACTION!

It has been about a year since my last visit...new owners had just taken over...and you can see they have made improvements...but there is still a long way to go...the place is outdated, and they upped the price.....make the improvements first then up the price....

Anna

09-05-2021

Mini-Magic in Flemington!

Northlandz is one of the most remarkable places that I’ve ever been to. The work and attention to detail is unbelievable. It’s a journey into a huge, stunning land.

Sarah

11-03-2021

Amazing!!

This is one of our favorite places to visit every summer. It's absolutely fantastic!

Austin

17-03-2022

A must place to visit!

Ever since I can remember my Dad had trains up at Christmas and our basement was stacked with boxes of trains, parts and cars. To visit this place takes me back and reminds me of how much fun we had with those trains. I know Dad had always wanted to have a set-up like Northlandz. A must place to visit with the kids as well as a time to spend in nostalgia.

Kristen

19-06-2022

This is a must visit!

And you thought you were a pack rat? This place shows you no matter how much stuff you collected over the years it is a spit in the bucket compared what has been collected and put on display at Nothlandz. If you saw a video or photo of this place it doesn't do it justice. The amazing journey it took from Bruce's basement, then expanding it 5x, and then to this location along with an exterior train you can actually ride if you love model railroads and miniatures this is a must visit.

Denny

14-07-2022

One of the best!

This place is very unique. Lots of miniature trains and cities, amazing detail! Fun for a young family.