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The Grand Central Centennial Holiday Light Show

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Add to Calendar 21-11-2013 26-12-2013 15 The Grand Central Centennial Holiday Light Show Making its return to Grand Central Terminal for its Centennial year, The The Holiday Light Show will illuminate the famous windows on the west side of the Main Concourse. presented by Toshiba. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=149127 Grand Central Terminal true DD/MM/YYYY
November 21, 2013 through December 26, 2013
5-11pm daily
Grand Central Terminal
Midtown
All Ages

Description: Making its return to Grand Central Terminal for its Centennial year, The The Holiday Light Show will illuminate the famous windows on the west side of the Main Concourse. presented by Toshiba.

Address: 89 E. 42nd St.
Midtown, NY 10017
Phone: 212-340-3404
Website: grandcentralterminal.com

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Venue Description: Grand Central Terminal is one of New York's most famous landmarks. Filled with rushing daily commuters and awestruck New York visitors, it is perpetually buzzing with activity. It is a hub for many forms of public transportation, including the MTA Metro-North Railroad and the 4, 5, 6, 7, and S lines of the subway. But with 87 shops and various dining locations, Grand Central is much more than a place to catch a train.

Many visitors to New York stop by Grand Central solely to see the most widely recognizable train terminal room in the world. The four-faced brass clock, a famous rendezvous spot, stands atop the Main Concourse?s circular Information Booth. The most notable feature of the Main Concourse is the great astronomical mural on the ceiling, painted in gold leaf on cerulean blue oil. Arching over the 80,000-square-foot Main Concourse, it portrays the Mediterranean sky with October-to-March zodiac and 2,500 stars. Both sets of marble steps on the east and west sides of the building are modeled after the grand staircase of the Paris Opera House. The Whispering Gallery is located at the end of both Oyster Bar ramps and offers a phonic treat: One who whispers a secret into one of its corners can be distinctly heard diagonally across the gallery on the other side.