The Winter Lantern Festival is making its fourth appearance in New York City, offering a visual treat for the holiday season. The event is scheduled to kick off on November 17 at the Queens County Farm. This stunning occasion provides spectators the chance to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of East Asian culture.
More than a thousand Chinese lanterns, crafted by artisans, will be showcased in various dimensions, featuring light swings, see-saws, passageways, and an array of magnificent beings. These intricate exhibits are constructed from fine metal and soft fabric, and are lit up by numerous LED lights.
Admission fees commence at $18 for youngsters and $22 for grown-ups. For additional details about the festival, you can visit the official website.