Best Things to Do in New York this
Celebrating Festive Season and Christmas in New York
New York is one of the most enjoyable destinations for spending
Christmas holidays. It’s a city where different cultures meet during festive seasons and especially during the
Christmas, where the unique tradition and culture comes alive.
People of all ages and interests join hands to celebrate Christmas.
Tree lighting, Broadway show, and department store lights are some of the unique features of this city. New York
adorns itself with garland of lights and colors during this festival.
|The Empire State Building's commanding position in New
excellent views of the city.
There are several places in New York where you can find a huge gathering during
Christmas. Depending on your activity preferences, you can join in with the crowd.
Probably one of the best known Christmas features in
New York is the Rockefeller Center's impressive Christmas tree.
The magnificent beauty of the ice skating in Central Park and the giant tree at
Rockefeller Center are an intrinsic part of the Christmas holiday spirit.
Rockefeller Center's tree is beautifully lit on the evening of the first Wednesday
in December and it shines till the New Year arrives. Right below the tree is the Ice Skating Rink where you can sit
with your family or friends at the seasonal Ice Rink restaurant.
At Lincoln Center every year, the Nutcracker is performed by the New York City
Ballet. People applauds heavily at the Christmas party, Sugar Plum Fairy, marching toy soldiers, and the enchanting
music of Tchaikovsky.
Visit The Empire State
Visit the Empire State Building where a variety of colored lights are lit. Also,
the area like Park Avenue decks itself up with colored lights and decorations. A Giant Snowflake sparkles overhead
right at the conjunction of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street. The sight of the flame that is lighted on the top of the
world's largest Giant Menorah is a true feast for the eyes. Also, do not miss the Grand Central Terminal Holiday
Laser Light Show at East 42nd Street of Park Avenue that is shown for five minutes after every half an hour from
December 1st to January 1st.
Another worth visiting place is American Museum of Natural History. This place is
known for its origami tree that is beautifully decorated with thousands of lights and decorations. To access this
museum, you have to head towards Central Park West at 79th Street. At 200th Street and Southern Boulevard, Bronx,
over 100 replicas of New York buildings of historical significance, trolleys, and railway trains are put on display
at New York Botanical Garden Holiday Garden and Train Show. Riverside Church organizes Christmas carols and
Children's Christmas Pageant. You also have plenty of options for shopping and dining in the local restaurants that
serve an amazing range of culinary delights from around the world.
|Rockefeller Center's ice skating rink is located right
below its famous Christmas tree
No wonder vacationers make their way to this beautiful city to enjoy the lights
and colors. There are plenty of hotels, guest houses, and other accommodation options for them to stay here.
However, one of the best ways to celebrate Christmas
is to first you need to acquire your visas for you and family in advance. There are vacation rental properties that
come within a variety of price and style. You can choose one according to your need and spend one of the most
pleasurable Christmas holidays in this city which is always buzzing with activities.