Love this place with tiny buildings that are replicas of buildings from the area. There is also a train ride with a tiny steam engine, they run 2 when it gets busy. They have soft serve ice cream and drinks for a decent price. Beautiful area. There is a tiny Air Force Chapel, Molly Brown House, Denver Fire Station. Some... 更多
Visited last week with our almost three year old granddaughter. Just her size! She can look into the houses and see kids in school, a square dance party, a house ready for Christmas and much more. The train ride was her favorite. Place is 100 years old and could use a little paint and upkeep. Also has a nice playground... 更多
If you are three this is the most incredible place ever!! Those in the park love kids and it shows. We had the most amazing engaging conductor who loves what she does!! We had a friend who reported tiny town was amongst his most fond childhood memories - hope our little one day feels the same;)!
Three grandparents a mother and a four year old and a toddler all enjoyed this gentle toy town . There are many miniature houses scattered around two pic nic areas one playground . There is a small cafe away from the mainstream so it us possible to spend very little . The volunteers are amazing kind people and we loved... 更多
I remember this place being lots of fun when I was a tot. I was pleased to see the light in my nieces eyes as they had the same experience. It was nice to bring a picnic lunch and hang out after touring the little city.
I love this little hideaway in the mountains. My granddaughters thoroughly enjoy the train ride. Playing on the swings and slide is a must and we always picnic. Purchase a season pass to enjoy over and over.
Fun for all children - ages 2-5 especially enjoy the ride in the caboose of the train. For adults, the history is fascinating - since it has been open off and on for over 100 years - and survived several floods and times of disuse over the years. There are several boards showing pictures from former times including the aftermath... 更多
For any families with children you have to visit Tiny Town! And not only will the children have the time of their lives, you, the parents will be delighted. Set up in scale, the train, the tracks, the buildings, ammenities have been authentically built. Have fun!!!
The admission price is very inexpensive. If rates were raised a bit, better maintenance of the buildings would be possible. I thought it was in need of some TLC and a few gallons of paint. Parking would be difficult for the handicapped. Parking was across a busy roadway and some spaces were up a steep gravel hill. Pushing a stroller... 更多