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A tiny exposition presenting a few working scale train models.Placed in a building adjacent to the Sinaia train station.It's only one room that also houses a cafe.Not a must see.Only if you arrive too early to the train station...
you might not think much by the name, but this little museum is very nice for both children and adults. so many little trains arranged lovely - some of them still working - and gathered together in the best scenery possible: a room in the...More
Was not sure to expect, but not a place to visit on a sunny day if you haven't done other things sinaia has to offer. It is just 1 room with 3 large train sets and some wooden toys for children to play with.
Been here again and had a great coffee at Sinaia's Royal train station. While my kids were looking for the hidden cat in the train museum (some sort of small plastic cat that is hidden in the museum- the finder gets a free candy), I...More
With almost all muesums closed on Monday's and snow in the air, this proved a great place to spend an afternoon. Great ho scale models and a nice cafe. Well worth the 10ron admission if you like trains. At depot, north end of the platform.
In the good old days, before highways linked the cities, everyone used the train to go from one city to the other. Or at least, he used the rail connection. Sinaia railway station is a memorial to this time: first by its architecture, to welcome...More