Landmarks of America
It's a G-scale World
Train and garden enthusiasts, young and old, return year after year for the delightful sights and sounds of the miniature trains traversing high and low through tunnels, across bridges, and past replicas of American landmarks; don't miss 26 new replicas of roadside attractions from across the U.S., added for the 2023 season only. All landmarks are intricately handcrafted with natural materials, including twigs, bark, leaves, acorns, and pebbles.
The garden-scale trains are 1/29th the size of life-size trains. More than 5,000 tiny trees, shrubs, ground covers, and flowering plants of 300 varieties re-create the topographical landscape of America.
New Roadside Attractions Include:
Jimmy Carter Peanut Statue in Georgia
Corn Palace in South Dakota
Lucy the Elephant in New Jersey
Randy's Donuts in California
There are 19 model G-scale trains running on 19 tracks.
Trains travel over 26 bridges.
5,000 plants of 300 different varieties live in this garden.
The longest track usually runs the Santa Fe Freight.
The shortest track runs the ladybug and caterpillar cars.
Each season, the trains travel more than 22,000 miles.
For safety reasons, strollers, tripods, and monopods are not allowed.
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