This was a fun little place. It's free, totally run by volunteers, and it's only open a couple Sundays a month---we went after church and barely had time for a train ride and a quick look around before it closed.
The most exciting thing was riding the tiny train---the children do love trains. There were cute little scale-model scenes to look at as you went along---windmills, houses, etc. We also got to go over a couple bridges and through a tunnel. Very cool.
Then there was this model garden railway, on an even smaller scale, with some stunning bridges and ponds and tiny trees. We loved looking at it!