Miniature Railroad & Village Opens for the Holidays

Take a walking tour of Western Pennsylvania at the world-renowned Miniature Railroad & Village® that is on display at the Carnegie Science Center. The Miniature Railroad & Village has been closed for renovations. It will reopen for the holiday season on Thursday, November 17.

The Miniature Railroad & Village features hundreds of wonderfully realistic animated scenes that illustrate how people lived, worked, and played in our region during an era spanning the 1880s to the late 1930s. Favorites include Fallingwater, Forbes Field, Punxsutawney Phil at Gobbler’s Knob, Luna Park, Sharon Steel Mill, Manchester Farms, a historic Pittsburgh incline, and so much more. Did you know that the Miniature Railroad and Village display has:

  • Carnegie Science Center - Miniature Railroad & Village® 2016105 animations
  • 250,000+trees
  • 14 aircraft
  • 85 automobiles
  • 1 Incline (Monongahela Incline)
  • 60 trucks
  • 22 horse-drawn vehicles
  • 23,000 fans in Forbes Field

The Miniature Railroad & Village is free with the cost of Museum admission. For more information, visit the Miniature Railroad & Village information page.

Carnegie Science Center, 1 Allegheny Avenue, Pittsburgh