Miniature World consists of many different dioramas, model replicas of things such as historic London, circus life, doll houses, the tall ship era, fairy tales, Camelot, and the railway coast to coast in Canada. By and large, the detail and workmanship is excellent throughout.
Project yourself mentally into the dioramas and you know what it must have felt like to be there.
The best exhibits in my view were the BC portion of the model railway, the extensive circus, the old cities and ships, Camelot, the auto diorama, and the dollhouses. There was a tremendous amount of skill demonstrated by the creators. The varied lighting was interesting.
The worst part was the space exhibit when you enter; it was inferior to the others and made a poor first impression as did the dark and unimaginative foyer. The other downside was excessive room given to world war 1 and 2 dioramas; they were nicely constructed but did not really fit the overall theme of the rest of the displays. The order of the dioramas needs improvement.
Was it worth spending time here? Yes, very unique place but you have to enjoy dioramas. Would I go back? No, not unless there was some new material. Was it a good value? The tickets should have been lower cost but still reasonable.