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Tiny Town

6249 S Turkey Creek Rd, Morrison, CO 80465-9502
+1 303-697-6829
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Fun for little kids

This was a fun day for the little kids. It's a town full of buildings the size of toddlers. In... read more

Reviewed 9 February 2013
Chaundell M
Thornton, Colorado, United States
A great place for the family.

We went there 15 years ago when family came to visit. It was a blast for the kids and the parents... read more

Reviewed 7 February 2013
Julie F
Westminster, Colorado
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6249 S Turkey Creek Rd, Morrison, CO 80465-9502
+1 303-697-6829
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Reviewed 9 February 2013

This was a fun day for the little kids. It's a town full of buildings the size of toddlers. In some of the houses, even the inside of the houses are decorated, so when you peek in the windows there are scenes. I got adorable...More

Thank Chaundell M
Reviewed 7 February 2013

We went there 15 years ago when family came to visit. It was a blast for the kids and the parents enjoyed all of the displays as well. It was worth the time to visit, but especially with kids!

1  Thank Julie F
Reviewed 5 February 2013

Adorable little place to take the kids and family that's been around for many years. Little train that runs around the "town". Great little playground as well. Seems like a right as passage to have our kiddos go at least once.

Thank 685ChristineH
Reviewed 4 February 2013

This was here when I was a kid. Then it went to pot and overgrew with weeds. It was resurrected. The scale models of buildings of a miniature town, mostly in old Denver, have all been spiffed up with corporate sponsors and volunteers to do...More

Thank Robert W
Reviewed 1 February 2013

Very close for a day trip from the Denver area. This is a very family friendly attraction. Nice for a weekend afternoon visit!

Thank seventogo
Reviewed 30 January 2013

This Tiny Town has been through a lot. They have bounced back but the work is never ending. Adults and kids alike will enjoy this great place with all the cute details and the train ride too.

Thank justcrafty
Reviewed 16 January 2013

It was so cute. It is so much fun for kids and family. I love it alot. It's well thought out. Cool!!!

2  Thank Carrie J
Reviewed 3 January 2013

I enjoyed walking around this place 24 years ago with my kids and now I'm loving the same place with my grandson. Super special. Don't miss it!

1  Thank Yamina D
Reviewed 16 November 2012

i was just a kid when i was there last ,but it was fun and i liked looking in to the little buildings and thinking about how it was to live back in the time of horse and buggies.

Thank Leanna S
Reviewed 5 November 2012

Just too silly and way too commercialized.. Little people might enjoy it, but mine were not impressed.

Thank czar479
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George C
12 July 2015|
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Response from Ginnyandfred | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The answer is above, but if you are not from here you may want to know that in the afternoon we often have rain showers so earlier is better!
Bill T
19 January 2015|
Response from Dave J | Reviewed this property |
When the steam engine has pulled its last train for the day, we cut the engine off from the rest of the train, and usually bring one of the diesel engines to couple on to the train for the last trip or two. Then we drive the... More