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Miniatur Wunderland

Miniature Wonderland © Maurizio Manetti
Miniature Wonderland © Maurizio Manetti

Train enthusiasts will love Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg but so will almost everybody else. With more than 4,000 square metres of floor space, there is much to see with tiny models based on various regions, both local and international. The largest of its kind in the world and the most visited permanent exhibit in Northern Germany, there are 900 trains with 12,000 carriages, as well as 300,000 lights, 200,000 trees and 200,000 human figures. Sections include Southern Germany and the Austrian Alps, Hamburg, the Coast, America, Scandinavia and Switzerland.

Address: Kehrwieder 4 Block D

Website: www.miniatur-wunderland.com