NY Botanical Garden Holiday Trains Ticket Deal for 2013 – 2014.
If you love model trains, you probably already know about the New York Botanical Garden’s Holiday Train Show (November 16, 2013 – January 12, 2014). But did you know you can get a scaled down version of the ticket price, too? The ticket deal source linked to below has tickets starting at only $6. (Scroll down for deal details.)
The annual New York Botanical Garden Holiday Train Show is a popular event for New York families, featuring model trains and replicas of iconic New York landmarks. You can also enjoy activities like cookie decorating, walk around the grounds drinking hot chocolate, gift shopping, and a variety of holiday family and children’s activities.
New this year: More trains than in previous years, including a new G-scale Metro-North train that winds its way around a display of Hudson River Valley mansions in the Palm Dome pool; the Everett Children’s Adventure Garden, where kids can embark on a journey through a variety of activity train station stops.
What they say about the NY Botanical Garden Trains: One of New York City’s best holiday gifts to itself, and a chance to see the city anew. –The New York Times
DEAL: New York Botanical Garden HOLIDAY TRAIN SHOW Discount Tickets 30% Off – $6 – $14 (reg. $10 – $20) plus fees. Follow the link for more info and tickets. NOTE: On a cell phone or tablet? Follow our link and just click “Continue to Site” to go directly to the event page. (The new app buttons won’t take you there directly.)
WHEN: November 16, 2013 – January 12, 2014. All dates may not be available with this ticket offer. Closed on Christmas Day.
WHERE: The New York Botanical Garden, 200th Street and Kazimiroff Boulevard, 2900 Southern Blvd Bronx, NY 10458.
SAVVY TIPS: For better enjoyment of this event …
- There’s a new secure and affordable parking facility adjacent to the Metro-North Botanical Garden Station.
- Getting these tickets online helps you avoid the ticket line at the gate.
- Leave strollers behind (they don’t allow them in the Conservatory).