Although this Christmas show is in it's 4th or 5th year now, it's a nice "new" companion to the more traditonal Christmas show in the Wanamaker's Building (Macy's). It's new in that it's only a couple of years old and in that it makes use of newer digital technology versus the old-style lights at Wanamaker's. It's good for adults and children from about age 4.
The visual and audio content is cheerful and interesting and is modified a bit each year; but it's also worth going to see the biggest digital screen of it's kind in the world. (Not sure if this is still true.) The screen is the "wall" above the security desk and office entry; you watch from the public area of the lobby atrium, which has some whimsical sculpture and art scattered throughout it.
The show is about 20 minutes long and is sometime accompanied by indoor snow. One year it was in 3D and glasses were handed out.
Downstairs are a small food court and bathrooms, if you want either.
I still prefer the old Wanamaker show, but this is a nice addition to the holiday season.
By the way, if you are wondering how they do it, the upper wall is a digital screen. Normally it broadcasts am image of pannelling that matches the lower part of the walls, making all look like walls - but allowing for quite a bit of special effects.
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