The Manhattan village is in the lobby of the historic Algonquin Hotel in Times Square, available for FREE viewing from November 20th.
The Brooklyn village is in the lobby of the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, also FREE, from November 27th.
Both versions of Gingerbread Lane are slightly smaller than the Guinness World Record creation at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadow- Corona Park. That one weighs 1.5 tons and includes an estimated 3000 pounds of icing, 600 lbs. of candy from 14 countries, and 600 pounds of gingerbread dough. It comprises 1000 gingerbread houses, 95 trees, 6 gingerbread cable cars, 5 gingerbread train cars, an underground candy subway station, a skating rink, candy trees, sugar signage and more.
While layout and composition change yearly, GingerBread Lane always includes Eggnog Bay, Gum Drop Row, Peppermint Central Park, Candy Cane Place, and Toffee Boulevard.
The Gingerbread Lane in Manhattan is open through Jan. 5th.
The Gingerbread Lane in Brooklyn is open through January 4th.
The Gingerbread Lane in Queens is open through January 11th.