Gulliver’s Gate, a technologically advanced interactive miniature experience, is now open in Times Square, New York City. From 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day, guests can visit and experience the world with a bird’s eye view.
As the newest attraction to come to Times Square, guests can experience the 49,000 square foot home to over 300 built-to-scale miniature models of New York, Asia, Russia, Europe, New England, Latin America, the Middle East and Washington, D.C., along with many other locations across the world.
Throughout each model, there are many interactive aspects, including model cars and trains that move, as well as ships that sail and hot air balloons that float.
Gulliver’s Gate will be constantly changing with new areas and scenes, just like the world around it. Guests are encouraged to be a part of the exhibits, and are welcome to visit the control center and model shops to watch the model makers create and ask any questions they might have.
“After years of planning and working with artists from around the world to build out our own reflection of the world in Times Square, we are thrilled to see our vision become a reality, as Gulliver’s Gate is now officially open to the public,” said Eiran Gazit, Founder and CEO of Gulliver’s Gate. “We’ve created an experience unlike any other, and we look forward to continuing to excite and delight visitors in years to come.”
Along with their state-of-the-art modeled environments, Gulliver’s Gate also offers guests the chance to create miniature versions of themselves. Once scanned in the 3D scanner, guests have the option to become a permanent part of the exhibits as a “model citizen” of Gulliver’s Gate.
They can also have an additional miniature figure of themselves created and delivered home as a souvenir of their experience. Rates for body scanning and 3D printing for the figure start at $44. Admission to the attraction is $36 for adults at the door, and $27 for children ages 3-12 and seniors ages 65 and up.
For more information on Gulliver’s Gate, visit gulliversgate.com. Check out our video of the miniature experience below: