friendly staff and management.
First started going there in the 80's when RC cars were the business, fast forward to 2012. Caught some video of a new 150ft 1/32 scale slot track built in the back, thought i would check it out, purchased a car,controller and extra parts from Niagara hobby for some fun times, and found nothing but frustration and ignorance.
Kids come and hog the track time with there parents joining in, and when the league racers are there, ''oh boy'' the red carpet and capes come out, lack of respect for anyone, Better off beating on a bees nest and liking it, 1 guy even said to me,'' Who touched my controller and who's on my lane'', sorry but I thought it was PUBLIC TRACK!! If you want to have a good time with no drama don't bother going to niagara hobby, rent a movie. Spoiled kids with ego filled parents is what you will find, inside them walls..
Other than that the store is filled with tons of Warhammer 600,000, so there's plenty of fun for everyone.
I went here after a failed attempt at a ceramic store, and was able to pick up acrylic paint. Not the best selection but a good price. They also had lots of items for doll houses that I could use in the future.