Train-lovers and Grand Central enthusiasts cannot miss the Grand Centennial Parade of Trains—the “grandest” train show in history—at Grand Central Terminal this weekend. On Saturday, May 11th and Sunday, May 12th, from 10am to 4pm, more than 20 historic train cars from around the world will be on display. The younger train enthusiasts will surely enjoy the model train collectible show, the “Master Lego Builder” from Legoland, and a series of fun activities at “Kid Junction.” Visitors will also have the chance to ride to Grand Central in style; vintage subway cars from the ’40s and ’50s will be running on Track 4 of the Times Square shuttle throughout the event. Get the full schedule of events here.
Be sure to check out our article on the secrets of Grand Central, in honor of the terminal’s one-hundredth birthday, and learn about what Grand Central Terminal could have been, if the original plans had been realized.