The first attraction we saw wehen we left our hotel was Miniature Worlds. The display outside persuaded us to go in and have a look around. It was time well spent.
Miniature worlds have a strange fascination. They have the advantage that we can see the complete picture rather than part of it. There is also the sheer skill of reproducing, for example, a miniature bombed out German city with the effect of fire and bomb blast clear to see on the splintered charred timbers. Often the miniature can take much longer and require more skill to make than the original.
Fact, fiction and fantasy can also be blended together and history brought to life. The miniature world has it all. In total there are 80 attractions. There are dolls houses with as many as 50 rooms all fully furnished. We wandered through an enchanted valley of castles containing many of the castles of Europe and witnessed the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. We saw the Great Canadian Railway with trains winding their way along the track and the world's smallest operational sawmill.
We visited the wonderful world of the circus and felt the magic, the wonderment of the Grand City Parade, the Big Top, the wild beasts and the death defying high wire acts. We entered time warp to Space 2201 AD and travelled in an Avian 1 spaceship to distant cosmic shores. We visited the world of Dickens and the Olde London Towne of 1670. Special effects in lighting, sound and animation increased the realism.
Well as you can realise we were quite tired after having achieved more in around two hours than people can achieve in a lifetime. We were so engrossed that we forgot to take photos. A definite must do experience.
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