Gulliver’s Gate Museum is a stunning miniature exhibit that houses reproductions of over 25 global cities in tiny form. These miniature cities offer visitors an excellent aerial view of famous cities. When you visit, you can see the famous monuments and attractions of iconic cities in their small form, painstakingly recreated to showcase all the important landmarks and features.

    Lovers of fantasy worlds and global architecture will enjoy a visit to the Gulliver’s Gate. One visit is not enough to cover all the extraordinary details, so you will likely end up wanting another visit. People tend to spend 1 to 2 hours touring the miniature cities and getting excited about the other exhibits, such as the free 3D scans of themselves and other quirky activities. The 50,000 square-foot exhibit offers one of the most extensive displays of miniatures in the world.

    Gulliver’s Gate highlights

    Gulliver’s Gate is the stuff of dreams. It is a large miniature and interactive world where you can tour the most famous cities globally, all without your passport.  You get to view the miniature forms of some of the world’s most memorable and fascinating monuments, such as the  Manhattan skyline in the United States and the Taj Mahal in India.

    The speciality museum is different from others like it, since it features live-action elements, such as moving cars and trains. While touring the expansive space, you get to watch model-makers at work, building more miniature cities. Round up the tour by getting a free 3D scan from the COBRA 3-D scanner. Although the scan is free, you will have to pay to get the printed 3D copy as a souvenir.

    History of the Gulliver’s Gate

    The museum opened in 2017 and is the brainchild of the Israeli Eiran Gazit. He is an ardent lover of miniature designs and the founder of Mini Israel. The project to start the miniature museum began in 2014 when Grazit and co-developer Michael Langer set out to get investors for the ambitious project.

    Gulliver’s Gate cost 40 million dollars to set up at Times Square. New York. At its inception, it had over 300 miniature scenes from over 50 countries. Many developers worked on building these pieces from different parts of the world before assembling them in the final location in New York. Almost all UNESCO World Heritage sites are in the Museum, such as Mecca, the Kremlin, Taj Mahal, and Panama Canal. 

    Good to know when visiting the Gulliver's Gate

    The exhibit is free for kids under the age of 3. It may be more convenient to purchase tickets online, rather than coming to the exhibit to acquire them. While the exhibit may not be a perfectly accurate representation of the cities, the intent is to create a whimsical miniature cityscape that helps you appreciate the world at a glance.

    Gulliver’s Gate is close to many other attractions that visitors can also visit. They include Broadway, Bryant Park, Times Square, The Phantom of the Opera, St James Theatre, and more. After your trip to the Museum, you can visit these nearby restaurants: Obao, Frisson Espresso, and Los Tacos No. 1 for delicious foods and drinks.

    Gulliver's Gate in New York

    Location: 216 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036, USA

    Phone: +1 212-235-2016

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