This 2014 Holiday Season, the New York Botanical Garden is host to 150 iconic landmarks that can be found in New York. These landmarks are tiny minis made of barks, leaves, roots, etc. From Brooklyn Bridge to Grand Central Station to the Empire State Building, visitors will be delighted to roam around the Haupte Conservatory where miniature trains run through mini rail tracks among bushes, shrubs, flowers, ferns and other plants.
The Holiday Train Show at NYC Botanical Garden runs through January 19, 2015. Bring your kids, they’ll surely love the magic of the mini trains!
And this is one of the 150 miniature landmarks in New York City.
The Haupte Conservatory.
The rail tracks.
The Yankee Stadium.
The Empire State Building and other landmarks.
The unhappy version of the Statue of Liberty.
Hmmmmnnn…. the Grand Central Terminal? 😀
The Penn Station.
Famous New York luminaries’ houses?
The St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
The other miniatures of iconic buildings in the city. Can’t really remember these ones below.
Don’t miss the Holiday Train Show!
You will definitely LOVE it!
Happy Holidays, everyone! 😀
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