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Have you ever wondered how Gulliver felt once he woke up in a land of small folks in Lilliput? Well, you have got the chance to find out. Here is a list of a few miniature cities where you'll be able to feel like Gulliver!

Queens Museum of Art

Queens Museum of Art is an art museum in the big apple town. It’s a panorama view of the town of New York. It’s referred to as the Queens Museum today. Along with being an exhibition, it's also an educational center. It covers the 5 boroughs originally built for the 1964 New York World’s Fair, and it's been updated frequently since then.

Queens Museum of Art

Legoland Billund

Legoland Billund is in Denmark. You can find it next to the original Lego factory. It hosted over 1.9 million guests in 2011 and more than 50 million guests altogether. Legoland is the largest tourist attraction in Denmark outside Copenhagen.

Legoland Billund

Madurodam

Netherland is more than just Amsterdam. One of Netherland’s great tourist attractions is Madurodam, a miniature park. You can find a range of 1:25 scale model replicas of famous Dutch landmarks, historical cities, and large developments. It has been hosting over tens of millions of visitors since 1952. It is more than a tourist attraction! It helps various charities in the Netherlands.

Madurodam

Window of the World

China hosts a 48 hectares (118 acres) theme park called “Window of the World”. There are about 130 reproductions of some of the most famous tourist attractions in the world. It includes a 354 ft (108 meters) Eiffel Tower dominating the skyline. You can also find the Pyramids and the Taj Mahal there. If you want to visit China, I do suggest you do some research on china visiting tips. It is a totally different world after all.

Window of the World

Miniatürk

Turkey has a beautiful miniature park called Miniatürk. It is located at the north-eastern shore of Golden Horn in Istanbul. Size-wise it covers a 60,000 square meters area. Don’t you think it is one of the world’s largest miniature parks? It contains over 120 models on a 1:25 scale. You plan on going to Turkey? Don’t miss this one.

Miniatürk

If you like miniature models, you can make one for yourself. There are so many DIYs over the internet you can use. They help you create such landscapes. You can have your own model train system and even order model railway supplies online, to spice it up. There are so many people trying to make model cities and model railways. It is really a wonderful experience!

Along with being a good hobby, it feels good to have your own Eiffel tower and decorate it with Egyptian statutes! They don’t fit? Who cares! It’s your world.

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