Located just west of Denver in Morrison and open 7 days a week from 10 am to 5 pm, Tiny Town is a great place for family fun, an enjoyable history lesson, or even just a day out. The main attractions are the multitudes of miniscule proportioned buildings, but Tiny Town is also known for its many historic train engines, some of which are available to ride.
Kids will love boarding the “choo-choo” and riding around the historic park to view the buildings perfectly sized for Tinker Bell. Among these shrunk down-replicas include banks, ice cream shoppes, houses, schools, even the Addams Family House. Best yet, all of the replicas are based off real or significant fictional buildings in history- none of them are simply made up.
After the train rides, guests are encouraged to walk the streets of Tiny Town and peruse the small attractions at their leisure, getting an up close look at the amazing detail put into each one. Don’t forget to peer inside the windows- all of these buildings are complete with tiny furniture inside.
With reasonable entrance fees, pleasant staff, and thoroughly entertaining conductors, your family is sure to enjoy themselves at Tiny Town. You can pack a lunch to eat at one of the picnic tables, or purchase delicious soft-serve ice cream to enjoy while riding the train. And don’t miss the many scenic trails that even kids love.
Tiny Town is an ideal park to visit for your trip to Denver, and is perfect for guests of all ages. If you’re looking for a fun and educational day trip, Tiny Town is where you want to be