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Tiny Town, Hot Springs
(3.8/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • TIny Town is exactly that: an entire town of tiny miniature buildings, roads, cars, trains, people, parks, etc. It really is an incredible sight and I remember being fascinated by it when I was about ...  more »
  • This place is truly and I do say truly a Hot Springs gem. What do you need to see after all the big lakes, big hills, big hotels but Tiny Town! Kids should be flabbergasted that someone who knew what ...  more »
  • This train layout was so very interesting. There is so much hand work and innovative building on display. We love trains and we loved it! 
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  • I can't review this highly enough. It's an incredibly impressive feat of hand crafting and engineering. Nothing is electronic (all electric), and everything is made out of junk and household materials. I came here as a kid 20 years ago and just returned. I appreciate it way more as an adult. Admission is $6 at the time of this writing. The man who does the tours is incredibly passionate about the project. His father started it and created most of what you will see. I uploaded a bunch of pictures for you to see, but you must visit if you can!
  • Loved it! Definently worth the visit!!
  • One day, we will go there, and this place will be open. But until then, we can only hope
  • This is a MUST SEE if you have children and many adults also would enjoy the dedication and work that went into creating this incredible place. We were here in June 2014 and our kids from 4 to 18 were fascinated with the many trains, models and working exhibits. Tiny town is a LARGE display of scenes across America with a lot of history behind it. They have real running water in the mountains, actual working windmills and may other items to marvel at. If you ask nicely you can actually crawl under a few feet and see the inner workings of the displays that everyone of our kids found amazing. This is the best VALUE in hot springs !
  • As of July 2015 still open. Kids loved it. Some attractions were under repair but whole town was still amazing. Worth the stop for sure!