Aptly located in Wrocław's historic Świebodzki train station, this is the largest model train exhibit in PL, covering more than 330 square metres with 510 metres of track. The highly detailed models are a clear labour of love for the artists that create them and include some 162 model buildings, plus almost 3500 original hand-sculpted figures of people and animals, in highly creative and curious scenarios - nuns on bikes, farmers unloading hogs off a truck, sex workers waiting for clients, sunbathers, circus performers, skiers, hikers, and more. Perhaps best of all, the exhibit incorporates easily recognisable landmarks from around Wrocław and Lower Silesia, including the townhouses of Wrocław's market square, the ul. Bogusławskiego train tressle, the PZU neon side on Plac Kościuszki (it works!), the old Świebodzki train station the exhibit is located in, plus Karpacz and the Śnieżka Weather Observatory. In addition to all that, there are also moving cars throughout the displays (the magic of magnets!), the displays are fully illuminated as they dim the overhead lights to simulate evening, and there's even a play area for kids to build their own track. Quite impressive in its detail and a joy for young kids, the amount of original work that has gone into this family attraction justifies its somewhat steep admission price.