The Holiday Train Show at NYBG: Special Offer + Giveaway

unnamed (1)It’s almost time for one of our favorite Bronx holiday attractions- the Holiday Train Show at the NY Botanical Garden! Opening on the 21st, the train show is back and bigger than ever- featuring 3,000 square feet of additional space this year to make room for more trains, bridges, and tracks.

If you’re unfamiliar with the train show, it’s a spectacular display of model train shows that ride through displays of 150 landmarks- all made of bark, leaves, and other natural materials. It’s a fun tradition for families, especially for little ones with a love of trains!

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Right now, everyone can take advantage of this great offer on weekday tickets: Save 30% with Code 9095. For more information about the train show, visit www.nybg.org

1471107_10100551610869738_1756985113658750266_nBar Car Nights

If you’re looking for a twist on the train show, we highly recommend checking out Bar Car Nights at the Holiday Train Show. This is a great date night or adult night out complete with a complimentary cocktail, live music; ice sculpting; fire performances; and warming spiked cocoa from Frosty’s Schnapps Haus, a new outdoor dining option open during the exhibition. November 21; December 4, 5, 18, 19; January 2, 8, 9, 15, 16; 7–10 p.m. www.nybg.org

 

 

Last year's holiday cocktails
Last year’s holiday cocktails
Last year on opening night of Bar Car Nights
Last year on opening night of Bar Car Nights

 

 

Giveaway Time

To celebrate, we’re once again giving away a family 4-pack of tickets to one lucky Bronxmama reader. To enter, use the Rafflecopter widget below and earn as many entry points as you’d like!

 

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  1. One tradition is giving the children new Christmas footie pjs & a personalized ornament for them to hang on the tree. The ornament is usually something that represents them individually.

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  2. We always visit with Santa the Friday after Thanksgiving!

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