It definitely has that 1960’s cold war feeling. They run a “God Bless America” show every 30 minutes definitely shows the era it was made. The painted walls and detailed models are fascinating. There are several buttons for the kids to push to make some of the trains and other parts of the display move. The kids had blast.
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
We recently stopped by Roadside America (http://www.roadsideamericainc.com ). Considering all of the places I have been to in the south east and south center of Pennsylvania, I had never been to this roadside stop before. It was definately an enjoyable and amazing place for a short visit. The one room interactive museum of model trains, houses and much more could keep you busy for an hour or two.