Experience the Seeds of Creativity at the Enid Haupt Conservatory!

Posted December 9th, 2015 by Nicole Mihalos and filed in Conservatory Projects, Events
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Have YOU experienced the SEEDS of CREATIVITY?

At the heart of the NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN rests a holiday experience you DON’T want to MISS! Stretched across 250 acres, YOUR FAMILY can take special tours, see musical performances, and participate in family activities; but the MAIN ATTRACTION lives at the ENID HAUPT CONSERVATORY.

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The New York Botanical Garden’s 24th Annual HOLIDAY TRAIN SHOW is New York City’s favorite family tradition! With over half a mile of MODEL TRAINS rushing through the miniature streets, see the gardens come to life with over 150 recreated landmarks created from 100% ORGANIC, ORNATE MATERIALS!

NOTICE every DETAIL in the miniature ST. PETER’S CATHEDRAL formed from bark to seed pods and bamboo to eucalyptus leaves, and more! Other great landmarks included are the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and Rockefeller

 

Statue of Liberty  Original Yankee Stadium

st. patricks cathedral  Steam Locomotive

 

Who are the minds BEHIND these beautiful miniatures?

WORLD FAMOUS landscape architect PAUL BUSSE and his team are the minds and talent behind these magical miniature plant cities! Paul’s journey began with a LOVE of trains and gardens. PASSIONATE about creating OUTDOOR LIVING SPACES, PAUL’S VISION for the train show was to make it WHIMSICAL and MAGICAL.

“I had no idea [it would become so big]… But that was always my bottom line, a company that builds happiness. We’re really selling lots of smiles.” – Paul Bussee

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The Holiday Train Show is known as one of the TOP 5 BEST EVENTS for families to visit in New York City during the holidays! The show is a great way to celebrate the holiday season for both the YOUNG and the YOUNG AT HEART!

Below are other locations this magnificent train show has been displayed!

Chicago Botanic Garden       Morris Arboretum        Eiteljorg Museum       Fernwood Botanic Garden

State Fair of Texas              U.S. Botanic Garden     Krohn Conservatory    Royal Botanic Gardens

Reiman Gardens                  Franklin Park Conservatory

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