Every year, Milwaukee's Mitchell Park Domes presents its garden railroad show, and each has a specific theme. This year's theme is "Monsters" as in movie monsters.
The main set is always the same with bridges, a desert area, a monorail, and a colorful residential area. But this year, they added a cityscape (where a giant gorilla hung from a skyscraper), a drive-in theatre (where, strangely, Elsa from "Frozen" was on an adventure with the pair from "Monters, Inc.") and fake movie posters featuring the monsters, as well as Thomas the Tank, around the perimeter.
I loved both the cityscape with its Town Square and soldiers on the rooftop. I also enjoyed the colorful town.
There's still plenty of time to visit this year's garden railroad show. The Mitchell Park Domes is open seven days a week and the show runs until March 6.
**Update: The Mitchell Park Domes is closed indefinitely due to "falling concrete". I never experienced this problem, but it is serious enough for the county to close one of its most famous tourist attractions until further notice. Such a shame, but I hope they can fix the problem quickly and safely.