Gulliver’s Gate Miniature World
Gulliver’s Gate Miniature World in New York is close to Times Square. Here you can find a variety of tiny worlds under one roof, a unique attraction for young and old in the middle of Manhattan. You can compare it to Cockington Green Gardens (but indoors) or Legoland. Within a couple of hours, you travel not only through New York but also through the rest of America, Europe, and Asia. In addition, you can even visit fantasy worlds on your tour. The tiny buildings and landscapes were created by teams who come from that specific place, so they are extremely realistic. Gulliver’s Gate also uses the latest interactive techniques. Your e-ticket, for example, is not only your entrance ticket, but it can also be exchanged for a real key. This key allows you to set all kinds of things in the different worlds in motion.
Gulliver’s Gate is currently closed. I recommend you to visit Madame Tussauds nearby.
Miniature world near Times Square
In the spectacular Gulliver’s Gate are countless famous buildings from all over the world. Within a few steps, you are by the sea or at the International Space Station. All areas are interconnected: roads with as many as 10,000 cars, tracks with around 1,000 trains, plus every other conceivable mode of transport. Gulliver’s Gate is the largest miniature world in the US. If you want to see everything, you can easily spend a couple of hours exploring. Look closely and you’ll see surprising little details everywhere. Everything is built to scale: to be precise, 1:87. The figures are approximately 2cm tall. The attraction is a nice place to go with children, and with platforms and steps, it allows even the smallest visitor to see every detail. Ever dreamed of immortality? Here it is possible. For a fee, get a 3D scan of yourself to be placed somewhere within the mini world.
- Opening times: daily from 10:00 to 20:00
- Location: 216 W 44th Street, close to Times Square