That’s right, NYC’s magnificent Winter Lantern Festival is officially back at the Queens County Farm Museum, transforming the area into an incredible world of light!
Created as a way for visitors to experience and learn about the culture and craftsmanship of traditional Chinese lantern festivals, this magical event has been met with rave reviews year after year. Each of the lanterns are entirely handmade by skilled artists, formed with thin wire, brightly colored silk or gauze, and lit by LEDs for the most magical creations. The experience is now open to the public, so be sure to get tickets here while they last!
NYC’s Winter Lantern Festival is now lighting up Queens County Farm Museum for the third year in a row, transforming the beloved site into a radiant oasis. The lanterns range in size from massive structures up to 30 feet high that you can walk through, from gardens of light-up flowers, to spectacular under-the-sea moments.
Take in everything from beautiful handmade creations inspired by Chinese myths and legends and theme parks, to illuminated tunnels, swings and much more. Get tickets here to plan your visit.
The Winter Lantern Festival is a magical experience for all ages, making it no surprise that the event welcomes over 150,000 guests annually to see the mesmerizing lights and lanterns. The experience is now open, so don’t miss out!
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