Wunderland bills itself as the world’s largest model railway, but it’s a lot more than Lilliputian trains chugging through snowy Alpine peaks—even though there are plenty of such charming scenarios, with 900 trains and a total of 12,000 cars traveling through landscapes from Scandinavian forests to American deserts. Planes descend from the sky and make a smooth landing at Hamburg airport, trucks roar down highways, and fire trucks and police cars race through city streets. Even the miniaturized human activity is fascinating to witness: Body builders lift weights, prostitutes stand alluringly in windows, and pop-concertgoers light up cigarettes, making Wunderland one of the few public places in Hamburg where smoking is tolerated.
Our Rating Hours Sun 8:30am–6pm; Mon and Wed–Fri 9:30am–9pm; Tues 9:30am–9pm; Sat 8am–9pm Prices Admission 12€ adults, 6€ children Web site Miniatur Wunderland Other U-Bahn: Baumwell
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