The museum building's lower level is devoted to model railroading for "older" and young kids alike.
The largest room's main display is for older kids, as it is the newer DCC system and associated controls.
If you were to place your train on the tracks and then make a complete circuit of the layout, your train would have traveled over 400 feet. Most "BIG" kids do not have a display this large.
The "kids" room features an 8 X 14-foot layout with three separate train track systems. This display's under the support system is being reconstructed for stability and safety. There will be 3 separate control stations for kids to operate trains on the conventional DC powered tracks when complete.
Also, there are two Thomas The Train type play tables for our 2-3-4-5-year-old visitors. Just a warning, once the little ones start playing there, it is a challenge to get them out any time soon.