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Guinness’ GingerBread Lane returns to New York Hall of Science

Gingerbread Lane

The largest gingerbread village in the world is about to get much bigger. The 1.5-ton, 450-square-foot village made of gingerbread and varieties of candy from countries far and wide, has taken residency at the New York Hall of Science for the holiday season. After being acknowledged by the 2014 Guinness World Records, creator Jon Lovitch knew it was time to take it up a notch. Changing the format from a large rectangle to a circle, the massive village is expected to be made with 3,000 pounds of icing, 600 pounds of candy from 14 countries and 600 pounds of gingerbread dough.

The reinvented village will be open to the public from Nov. 14 to Jan. 11. On the last day of the exhibit, Lovitch will give away all the houses in the village. Enjoy a few photos from the amazing GingerBread Lane.