/Berks County’s Roadside America — ‘world’s greatest indoor miniature village’ — announces permanent closure after 85-year run – The Morning Call

Berks County’s Roadside America — ‘world’s greatest indoor miniature village’ — announces permanent closure after 85-year run – The Morning Call


The 7,000-square-foot exhibit — with a mini airport, coal mine, movie theater, mountain resort and much more — drew about 36,000 visitors annually as of 2018, which was lower than the visitation it once saw. Featured in books such as “1,000 Places to See in the USA and Canada Before You Die,” Roadside America remained largely unchanged since creator Laurence Gieringer died in 1963.

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