Miniature World in Times Square Offers Discount to Local Residents
NEW YORK, FEBRUARY, 2018 – Gulliver’s Gate, the world’s most technologically advanced interactive miniature experience, announced today that they will be offering an online end of winter sale to residents of the tristate area, from now to March 30th.
This sale will offer a reduced ticket price of over 30% for those looking to visit the unique experience in Times Square. Adult tickets, which normally cost $36, are being sold for $25 and children’s tickets, normally $27 are being sold for $18. To redeem this limited time offer, guests can purchase tickets online by entering their zip code at checkout and must show a valid government ID when picking up their tickets at Gulliver’s Gate.
“Since our opening last May, we are grateful to have welcomed guests from all over the world” said Michael Langer, CEO of Gulliver’s Gate. “However, we feel it’s important to acknowledge our loyal community members by providing them with this discount, to make it easier for them to enjoy this miniature world experience located in their own backyard.”
This offer is valid online only from now until March 30th. To be eligible, you must reside in a New York City borough, Westchester County, NY, Nassau County, NY, Suffolk County, NY, Passaic County, NJ, Bergen County, NJ, Hudson County, NJ, or Fairfield County, CT.
To purchase tickets or for additional information, please visit www.Gulliversgate.com/locals.
ABOUT Gulliver’s Gate:
Gulliver’s Gate, the newest attraction in Times Square, is an engaging and interactive miniature exhibit of the entire world. As you walk off 44th street you will find yourself in a completely transformed space, housing thousands of miniature buildings, people, airplanes, cars, trains, buses and so much more. The 50,000 square foot space consists of miniature regions of the world, that were built by model makers in their specific regions (i.e. Israel was built in Tel Aviv, Russia was built in Saint Petersburg, New York was built in Brooklyn, and so on). The display houses more than 1,000 miniature trains, 12,000 wagons, 10,000 cars and trucks, and over 100,000 people – all in miniature form, with regions including New York, the Middle East, Europe, Britain, Niagara, Russia, South America and Asia. All visitors are given a key as they enter, and as they go through the attraction, the key can be used to turn on and off interactive aspects of Gulliver’s Gate. Once you’ve gone through the space, Gulliver’s Gate then offers all guests the opportunity to create miniature versions of themselves through a full-body scanner and 3D printer, to become a “model citizen” in the display as well as keep as a souvenir.