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I’m 40 and can remember my mom taking me and my brother to Tiny Town when I was a kid. It was fascinating then and is still to this day! I can remember meeting the man who built Tiny Town and him giving us tours...More
Would have been nice if it was open we were there at 2pm on Wednesday Aug 15th it even had an open sign on it and it was locked up tight. I traveled all the way from Memphis to see it.. Glad someone got to...More
My girls loved Tiny Town. Lots of time was spent making this tiny town over many years. The owner's son gives tours. It's definitely a unique and memorable experience. Highly recommend this for all ages.
I'm very glad I made the detour to Tiny Town on my trip through Hot Springs. The attraction has something that is getting less and less these days, and that is a museum with a personal touch. The man that runs the museum is the...More
We stopped in and what an unusual museum. One man lifetime of carvings and tinkering. So much to see. The woman behind the desk was wonderful. She had stories and told us what to look for. Worth the stop.
Tiny Town was very cute. There were lots of moving parts, our favorites were the trains and airplane. We also were impressed by the running water and waterfalls. Our 2.5 year old loved pressing the buttons to make various things move. The owner was very...More
We were visting Hot Springs and facebooked some photos. A friend replied "make sure you see Tiny Town". We did and were not disappointed. If you're driving down Central (hwy 7) just as the shops end, Hwy 7 branches right and Whittington ave branches Left....More