You must either go on a tour or book in advance online not to be either queueing or at worst, disappointed. You will be given a time slot with your booking. Then you can plan your walk round Hamburg, and trip to other sites like the Town Hall. The exhibition is not just trains, but planes and cruise ships in the most breathtaking exhibition.
If you arrive by cruise ship, the shuttle bus will drop you off just before the town hall, look slightly back, and over the road and you will see St Peters Church. Walk down that road to the canal, the historic Speicherstadt district of the city and red brick warehouses. facing the canal, turn right and walk along a couple of bridges ad you are there. It is not signposted until you are near, but it is in a red brick warehouse and you can’t miss it when you get there. If you are thinking of a Baltic Cruise (click) here is our menu of every major Baltic Cruise destination and some tours and excursions on video, plus tips.CLICK HERE for our new BALTIC CRUISE destinations menu – All parts and tours together, then a choice of every Baltic port in its own menu. CLICK HEREP&O Cruises to St Petersburg – Click hereFred Olsen Cruises to St Petersburg – Click hereMarella Cruises to St Petersburg Cruises – Click me
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When you see this marvel, you will be shocked to think it was not even started until December 2000 by twin brothers with a huge ambition, Frederik and Gerrit Braun. At first there were just three parts: Knuffingen, Central Hamburg and Austria, which opened in August 2001 the following year. By 2012 the Wunderland had grown huge and was Hamburg’s number one tourist attraction. It was now adding a series of diorama representing social conditions and life in various periods of German history. But, to many it is just a huge model railway and by huge we mean the largest of its kind in the world.
The railway consists of over 15,500 m (50,525 ft) of track in H0 scale on over 1,500m2 of floor space with 1,300 trains consisting of over 10,000 carriages. Plus over 100,000 moving vehicles, half a million miniature lights, 130,000 trees, and 400,000 miniature humans. The areas include Harz, the fictitious city of Knuffingen which was one of the first areas, and now including Venice, Italy the Alps and Austria, Hamburg with a replica of the airport and planes that take off, America, Scandinavia, and Switzerland. In plans and construction are France, England, Africa and Australia. The twins think very big.External Link – this is the official web site of Miniature Wonderland – come back and visit us at Doris VisitsPowered by GetYourGuide. Become a partner.