Thursday, November 5, 2015

Bar Car Nights: NYC’s Favorite Train Show Is Bigger Than Ever!


Enchanting model trains zip through a display of 150 landmarks, each re-created with bark, leaves, and other natural materials—all under the twinkling glow of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. Marvel at G-scale locomotives humming along among familiar sights such as the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, and Rockefeller Center—surprising at every turn—on nearly a half-mile of track. This year’s exhibition features dozens of new trains, bridges, and tracks; a captivating short film of the show's behind-the-scenes magic; and a stunning multisensory finale of light and sound.




The NYBG has designated the Friday, December 4, 2015 to celebrate their LGBT Bar Car Nights series from 7PM - 10PM. On these nights exclusively for adults 21 and over, the wintry landscape of NYBG sets the scene for festive outdoor adventures, with an after-dark viewing of the expanded Holiday Train Show®, now with 3,000 additional square feet, as the centerpiece. Sip a complimentary cocktail as you journey through a series of station stops, including ice sculpture carving demonstrations under the starlight; delicious and festive treats from Frosty's Schnapp's Haus, the new Barvarian-themed outdoor dining space; an intimate jazz set in the warmth of the Pine Tree Café; and the playful fire and light performances of Cirque de Light.


NYBG is offering a $5 discount for all NGLCCNY members by entering the code 9101. To purchase tickets please click here

Explore a winter wonderland across our 250 acres with special tours, musical performances, and activities for kids, plus take care of your gift list at NYBG Shop and stop for a bite at one of our exciting new dining venues. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind holiday outing!




About the Landmarks
The enchanting setting of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory showcases more than 150 scaled iconic buildings and structures under thousands of twinkling lights. Step into a city in miniature where famed New York architecture is recreated using bark, leaves, and other natural materials, all of it held within the biggest exhibition space in Holiday Train Show® history. In the Reflecting Pool, see a finale of light and sound that features the Unisphere and other iconic structures from the 1964 World's Fair. New for 2015, see a completely reimagined replica of the New York Public Library!



About the Trains
This year, look for more model trains than ever before, with a quarter-mile of track hosting over a dozen large-scale model railway locomotives. Don’t forget to look up as you explore—a number of new bridges featured in this year's exhibition come together to create an aerial display of trains soaring overhead!



Written by Ingrid Galvez,
Chair, Diversity & Inclusion Outreach Committee, NGLCCNY
Organizational Development Consultant, Strategic Remedy Group


Interested in being featured? Please contact me at Ingrid@NGLCCNY.org.



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