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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
This is the cutest town. Kid size buildings with z cute train ride around the town. This town was originally built in 1915 - some of the original buildings are still there. The admission price is also tiny. Many of the buildings are replicas of real places - they even have a "Tara" mansion.
Family-friendly (especially little kids) tourist stop that was a good choice for inexpensive fun and play. While our kids (2 and 5 years) enjoy the mountains and a little hiking they needed somewhere to play and burn off some energy and Tiny Town provided that. Not far from Red Rocks and Dinosaur Ridge, this provided a chance for them to... 更多
This really is such a unique place that is such great fun for the kids. We usually go once a year in the late summer and my kids (now 8, 5 & 3) are always mesmerized. Bonuses are that it's easy to get to in the Denver area and admission is not expensive. $5 for adults, $3 for kids 3... 更多
We visited for the first time today, even though we have 3 children and have lived in Denver for many years. It's a lovely and quick drive up Hampden to Tiny town. Admission is reasonable but train tickets are sold separately. The kids really liked looking in all the buildings but it was hard to keep their little hands off.... 更多
took my 4 year old and she really enjoyed this visit. What surprised me was how much her grandmother enjoyed seeing all the little buildings and history of Colorado