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I am a sucker for these unique places. Plenty of fun photos ops, as you can squeeze into several of the tiny buildings (even @ 6 ft tall). Lots of history here, beautiful location. I am sure perfect for kids, but we also enjoyed as...More
Although upkeep is a little behind the curve, Tiny Town is a must-do with little kids. It's a delight to see their faces light up with wonder at all the buildings made just their size. Terrific for the 3-5 year-old set and quite affordable.
I've always loved a miniature railway and still do.
My kids are 6 and 9 and did enjoy Tiny Town but were getting bored after an hour and a half.
The train is neat and takes 9 minutes, you pay for each time around. The...More
Such a great place for both children and adults! It was so cute to see the pure joy of all the children looking in each of the little houses. The prices are very reasonable and the train ride is so much fun for the whole...More
The town was adorable and my girls love it. Be aware though that the picnic tables at the front are for people who BUY food only. ELVIRA (her actual name)from behind the consession stand waited until I had my 2 and 3 year old unloaded,...More
My 5 1/2 yo granddaughter LOVED it. Location is close to Denver on west side just 6 miles from C470 off 285. Easy to get to. We visited on a Saturday afternoon. When we arrived about 2 there was quite a line backed up for...More
I know Tiny town is old. But it shows. In need of some sprucing up. It’s a great concept, the train is wonderful and the volunteers will bend over backwards for you. But many of the little structures were in need of a fresh coat...More
Tiny Town has been attracting families like flies to watermelon for more than a century, and I have been visiting there for a good part of that time. It is a place you simply must take the kids and/ or grandkids to see, but take...More
When the steam engine has pulled its last train for the day, we cut the engine off from the rest of the train, and usually bring one of the diesel engines to couple on to the train for the last trip or two. Then we drive the... More
When the steam engine has pulled its last train for the day, we cut the engine off from the rest of the train, and usually bring one of the diesel engines to couple on to the train for the last trip or two. Then we drive the steam engine around the track, but this time throwing the switch to bring it to the roundhouse spur track, and park it over the ash pit.
Visit the website: tiny town railroad . com (no spaces) then click on Railroad.