Christmas in New York

December 18, 2018

Large decorative baubles on the streets of New York

With Christmas just around the corner, we’ve decided to share a list of our favorite things to do in New York this Christmas.

Christmas Display Windows

Christmas is the time when all of the stores in New York go all out for their Window Displays! Some of our favorites include Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, Macys and Lord & Taylor! (Make sure you check out Lord & Taylor’s window display if you are in New York this year as the store is due to close their 5th Avenue location in 2019!)

Ice Skating

We may have mentioned this before but only because it’s a wonderful winter experience to enjoy while you visit the city! Some of our favorite locations include Bryant Park, Central Park and the Rockefeller Center!

 Rockefeller Center

Famous Christmas Tree at the Rockefeller Center

Visit the famous Christmas Tree at the Rockefeller Center! It’s almost a New York tradition to take a photo in front of the tree! Although, if you are looking for the biggest Christmas Tree in New York, head to the New York Stock Exchange!

Go to see The Rockettes Christmas Spectacular at Radio City

This show runs through to January 6th and is a New York Tradition! The show is 90-minute long and features more than 140 performers combining singing, dancing, and humor with traditional scenes.

Light Show at Saks Fifth Avenue

The light show at Saks Fifth Avenue is one not to be missed! Running every few minutes and accompanied by music, it is a showstopper and you will often find a number of people stopped on 5th Avenue to watch the show!

Visit More & More Antiques

More & More Antiques transforms from an Antique Store with Christmas decorations from ceiling to floor

Located on the at 378 Amsterdam Avenue, More & More Antiques transforms from an Antique Store to a Christmas Shop each year! It’s filled with hundreds of ornaments and the perfect Christmas gifts!


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