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December 4, 2017

NEW YORK - Midtown Magic for Holiday Visitors to NYC This Season

The New York Botanical Garden’s Annual Holiday Train Show® and a New Hotel Package
December 4, 2017. Bronx, New York —The annual Holiday Train Show® at The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) is a treasured holiday experience for visitors to New York City, high on the festive must-see list along with colorful department store windows on Fifth Avenue, Holiday Markets and ice skating at Rockefeller Center. TheHoliday Train Show runs through January 15, 2018. Entrance fees start at $23 per adult during weekdays and $30 per adult on weekends and holidays. 
This year, The Langham, New York, Fifth Avenue is introducing a special package that’s fun for the whole family and includes two nights’ accommodations in a Deluxe Room or up, two passes for NYBG’s popular Holiday Train Show, and two roundtrip Metro-North tickets to Botanical Garden Station. Rates start at $845 USD + tax per night. For more information about the Holiday Train Show package, please visit the Offers section of The Langham website.

The 26th annual Holiday Train Show features the architectural icons of Midtown Manhattan, The Langham’s own neighborhood. Set within the spectacular Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, model trains travel past re-creations of iconic sites from all five boroughs of New York City, the Hudson River Valley, and other locations in New York State, artistically crafted by Paul Busse’s creative team at Applied Imagination. There are 150 miniature models of the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, General Electric Building and St. Bartholomew’s Church, among other landmarks, as well as more than 25 large-scale model trains and trolleys. Many of the real-life buildings are on view from the floor to ceiling windows in the hotel's guest rooms.

The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) is New York City’s museum of plants. NYBG is located just 20-minutes from Midtown Manhattan by Metro-North Railroad, which runs from Grand Central Terminal to the Botanical Garden stop. For more on admissions, visiting hours and travel information go to https://www.nybg.org/