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Oh, yes, it's worth it! My family visited TRU Times Square a couple of years ago, and we all had a blast.

For me, it was Johnny Lightning heaven. Peg after peg of JL's--hundreds of them. Nearly every Holiday Lightning for that year was on display and each was 6 deep. I had to behave myself, as it was our first day visiting the Big Apple, and I needed to save room in the suitcase for other NYC souvenirs!

I hope the ferris wheel, T-Rex and the Lego displays are still there for you to see.
 

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OK finally got there, only place I've seen more diecast is the Warehouse sale and the LC store. Didn't buy anything, nothing I don't have or wanted. The HWs were even more impressive, several racks of those.
 

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Went there a few times but on my second to last trip walked out with 17 wl's and three brand x TH plus others all in all a good morning. But that was about a year ago and have not since been back since my accident.
 

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Sounds like a really cool place. I was up that way a few years back and didn't even think about looking it up, wish I would have now. But I did make it over to the street lined with guitar shops, it was cool to see all of the nice guitars.
 
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