This place is amazing! The display is incredible! Their night show has to be seen! I hadn't been there in quite a few years and it is just as I remembered! A must see for the train enthusiast!
Bring your camera!! It's so cool and they give you a pamphlet that you can read as you walk around the entire display. The pamphlet helps add even more excitement and interest to the experience so I suggest reading it. It also helps you look at the details so you don't miss a single thing! There is also a big... 更多
We visited here after our brewery tour in Pottsville. It was a short distance away. The display features a very large model railroad filling a large room with thousands of working pieces, many of which are interactive or user operated. The level of detail was quite good, although some of the displays are a bit dated.
Even after 2 visits (years apart) I'm not quite sure what to make of this "attraction". It's strange! It's wonderful! It's bizarre! It's huge! It's definitely a step back in time- to approximately 1963. That's the year the creator died. I'm absolutely amazed that his family has been able to use this as a revenue source since then. $8 per... 更多
This is something everyone should take the time to see if you are in the area. Even if you need to make a slight detour. The detail and sheer size are something to behold. At only $8 admission, why not? I wish there were some way to walk down the middle of this vast display as there is so much... 更多
To see the detail in this recreated modeled city scenes is wonderful. Kids would have a blast here pressing buttons that activate various things - e.g. trains. It was a lot of fun even for older folks like myself. The attention to detail is great and it was a very pleasant way to spend an hour.
This tourist attraction was the passion project of a man who passed away decades ago, but still remains one of the most charming kitsch roadside stops in America. The hard work and detail is on full display, and it's hard not to appreciate all the time and effort that went into this massive model. If you're heading east or west... 更多
My aunts introduced us to Roadside American in the late 1950s. It is still the same in my memories. I feel the kids should be able to read, to enjoy the many little signs. The running trains, the canal, the many houses and tiny towns will hold the attention of the young and old. The kids can walk on the... 更多
I have been visiting Roadside America for over 35 years. Recently, they began the painstaking task of cleaning and restoring parts of the display. I have many great memories visiting Roadside America with my grandparents, parents, and now children. This is a must see if traveling in the area.