A miniature world that is created by seven design teams in workshops around the world and brought together in a 49,000-square-foot exhibit space in Times Square. There are 6 exhibition parts:
New York: A city of light, Metropolis interprets the Empire State Building to Grand Central Terminal, Midtown to Downtown and everywhere in between. All the sights, skyscrapers, shopping, and scenery the Big Apple has to offer, are illuminated and revealed. The first stop on your tour through Gulliver's Gate, Metropolis sets the stage for all to come.
Asia:A diverse continent of majestic natural beauty, intricate ancient monuments and soaring feats of contemporary architecture and engineering, Asia offers limitless possibilities. Gulliver's Gate unfolds Asia over half of a city block, creating a lasting impression of this diverse continent.
Europe: The Colossus of Rhodes welcomes you to our collage of the European continent. The Continent sheds the rules of time and space and invites visitors to explore many of Europe's classic wonders and her technological achievements. .
Russia: From the Romanovs to Tolstoy to Vladimir Lenin and today's Russia, our interpretation of Russia (Winterland) draws on the deep Russian soul to inspire and delight at every turn.
Latin America: The raw natural beauty and technical achievements of South America combine in SUR to unparalleled effect. Visit our Panama Canal and watch as we move freighters through different levels in the functioning locks. .
The Middle East: As your eye travels across our Middle East exhibit, one is transported from the ancient world of kings and caliphates through an evolution of architectural styles past vibrant street life and soaring into the future with a model of Santiago Calatrava's Chords Bridge leading into Jerusalem.