Flemington, New Jersey: Northlandz
Wild, exaggerated landscapes predominate in this vast indoor miniature train universe. The owner performs on a Phantom-of-the-Opera-style theater organ for atmosphere. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
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It's been several years since I visited this fine attraction, so it was time for a road trip. I read various reviews of the place recently and wanted to judge and compare for myself. I must admit I was still impressed and my companion even more so since it was her first trip there. It was a relatively slow weekday, which resulted in us being treated to a musical selection by Bruce himself![Jon, 08/30/2011]
Great God -- this place is huge! Our troop enjoyed the whole idea of "World's Largest;" it is for sure. Looks all but closed on the outside. Make sure you allow a few hours to really take it in.[JennyO, 02/27/2010]
Northlandz has been restored to its former glory. Clean paint, more trains and lots of cleaning. Anyone of any age will love it![Bucks_RR_fan, 08/09/2008]
We really enjoyed the day. We walked through many set-ups, to come to a sign that stated we just saw 2% of the display! The train set up was huge. After almost 2 hours, watching many trains running through the tunnels and bridges, we stopped at the gift shop for a toy. We then went out to ride the real train. Very nice! The employees were very pleasant.
I would suggest Northlandz for all little boys to see. Our grandson was only 1 1/2 and the display was too tall for him to stand and see. We had to carry him through the entire thing. Just right for maybe a 3-4 year old.[Linda, 05/24/2008]
And the tall 3-4 year old in all of us....