Visitor Info & FAQ’s

NeverEnuf is a private museum open to only pre-registered visitors, on selective days. It endeavours to bring a rare and a rather reclusive hobby like rail modelling in the public domain. Please do keep in mind that a visit to NeverEnuf is quite unlike a visit to popular destinations usually listed under “things-to-do”. Hence, in order to align your expectations with what NeverEnuf can deliver, please do go through the contents of this website.

Visitor Info & FAQ’s

A Garden Railroad is a model train railroad laid outside in a setting which is the creator's whim. G-Scales range from 1:20 to 1:32. G Gauge Track is 1.75" (45mm) (distance from rail to rail). NeverEnuf is a hobbyist's railroad empire in the making since 2010. As a matter of fact, it is in a continuous state of "work-in-progress". Highly interactive and engaging, it presents breath-taking sights of a landscaped, model-village made with handcrafted, "scratch-built" structures.
NeverEnuf is a miniature world. All the trains, boats and cars are reduced to a scale of 1:20-32. Miniatures are a delight to watch but are not meant to be sat in or taken a ride on. However, a visit to NeverEnuf can be engaging and exciting in many different ways rather than just a ride.
NeverEnuf is not a 24x7 facility and schedules for public-days vary seasonally, during special events and on holidays. To ensure admission, and display of operating trains, please register for a visit. Please do get in touch with us before planning a visit.
A. Cost of admission is Rs.750/-* per person (age 2 years upwards). *Price subject to change and applicable as on date of visit – please check at the time of booking.
The cost of admission includes use of facilities (Remote controls, interactive stations, painting easels), stay upto end of our working hours, take-back DIY kits for children, workshop materials and activity sheets. Cold/hot beverages are compliments of the house.
Neverenuf is located 5kms off NH8 from the Panchgaon turn, on the Panchgaon-Taoru road, after Manesar. Click here for map.
How long one stays depends largely on the individual's degree of interest and curiosity. A cursory glance at the exhibits does not consume more than 30-45 minutes. However, we encourage visitors to absorb innumerable details in the dioramas with the aid of our "observation sheets" and enjoy time with nature at their own pace.
Our canteen is temporarily suspended. However, we encourage visitors to carry their own picnic baskets. Cold/hot beverages are compliments of the house.
All age groups find all or something to keep their interest alive. Grandparents, young parents, children in prams, teenagers... at NeverEnuf there is a whole lot to watch, engage in, absorb and learn.
Photography and/or videotaping for non-commercial purposes is permitted in the complex. More
Street parking is available just outside our premises.
We have Toilet facilities, First aid, and Drinking water
The layout features delicate equipment and structures displayed in the unshielded open. We apologise to pet-owners for this necessary restriction in order to allow all visitors to make the most of NeverEnuf.
The facility is an open garden. We do have some shelters but they may not be enough on a day with heavy rain. Hence visitors are requested to exercise their discretion before visiting us on hot or rainy days.