when someone shares a hobby they are passionate about with you for free what can you say but thank you. there are at least five different large sets of trains here with different flavors for each. the attention to detail is exquisite. they use different gauges and scales on many of them so even adults will learn and be entertained. there were many buttons a little one could push to move a train, turn on lights, bring crossing gates down, or many other things. an area for toddlers to play with trains like thomas the train or brio was set up on the ground. there was no cost either, but donations are accepted. the only downside is the limited hours they are open to the public which seem to be about 4 hours every other sunday afternoon.