The Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden is on display with a winter wonderland of iconic NYC buildings made out of plant materials! New this year, beloved spots from Central Park.
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The annual New York Botanical Garden Holiday Train Show opens today and is one of the city's most popular holiday wonders delighting locals and visitors alike.
December brings holiday installations to the five boroughs in the form of stunning light shows, extravagant windows, and festive outdoor decorations.
It’s that time of year again: New York City's most anticipated Holiday Train Show at the Bronx's New York Botanical Garden has returned for its 26th run.
From giant rats and cats to huge sculptures of bagels and feathers, here are twenty unusual oversized objects that have appeared around NYC over the years.
The 24th Annual New York Botanical Garden Holiday Train Show opened its doors in the Haupt Conservatory with 150 landmark buildings created by Applied Imagination.
A few more photos from the Bronx Botanical Garden Holiday Train Show and Gingerbread House seasonal installation, which include the Arc de Triomphe and others.
It may surprise you, but the annual Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden is a must-visit for architecture buffs, as well as kids.
While children and the young at heart would seem the obvious attendees at the New York Botanical Garden's Holiday Train Show, it's actually a must-visit for architectural buffs.