Northlandz claims to have the largest model railroad display. With 8 miles of track, 200 plus trains, over 40 bridges, and countless villages, this railroad display is quite the stop for any train enthusiast big or small. But if you think this is a stop to thrill just boys, think again. Northlandz also has a huge doll house display with over 90 rooms.
Extremely Impressive! This indoor model train display is a MUST – SEE for all railroad enthusiasts. This massive showcase includes a variety of scenes with approx 400 bridges and numerous tunnels through mountain ranges towering 30+ feet high. Our favorite: the amusement park scene. Most memorable: a plane crash in the side of a mountain with rescue efforts. Additionally, my daughter and I appreciated the teddy bear scenes and doll displays through-out the museum, particularly the beautifully furnished 94 room dollhouse. Equally impressive is the pipe organ theater and be sure to check out the artwork through-out the corridors. Bruce Williams Zaccagnino, owner and creator of Northlanz, had quite a vision! He and his wife Jean obviously share a passion for innovation, creativity and art – and we get to experience their amazing journey.
My kids loved this when they were younger. You can walk around the train set up and there are many details to keep your eyes busy. It is the world's largest model train railroad set up. There is a small casual place to eat right there and there is a doll house (94 rooms!)- and doll collection as well. If you are a collector of model trains or dolls and dollhouses, this may appeal to you.
Northlandz is mile indoor tour through a miniature world. Up to 100 trains running daily, and 8 miles of track are just the beginning. 25 years went into sculpting 35 foot mountains and building 40 foot bridges. Marvel at the thousands of handcrafted buildings and over 10,000 freight cars. Fascinating walk through... our states. Need at least 3 hours to see everything. There is also a doll house and organ collection.