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EnterTRAINment Junction named Ohio standout

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WEST CHESTER, OH (FOX19) -

A local indoor family entertainment center received some special attention on Monday.

EnterTRAINment Junction in West Chester was named a 'Standout in Ohio Tourism' by the Ohio Traveler.

The facility is 80,000 square feet with the world's largest model indoor train display at 25,000 feet, a children's play area to bounce, climb and crawl, a railroading museum and more.

EnterTRAINment Junction has welcomed visitors from all 50 states and more than 30 foreign countries. 

To learn more about the indoor entertainment center, click here.

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