Thousands of late-night revelers will head excitedly to Times Square to watch the big ball drop at midnight. This tradition has been around for more than a century, making it one of the truly iconic NYC experiences.
This annual party attracts the hottest young Jewish singles from all over the New York City area. Partygoers will be dressed to impress as they gather to enjoy food, drinks, dancing, networking and possibly even a bit of romance.
Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza is home to the world’s largest menorah, which is lit with a special ceremony each night of the holiday. The 32-foot-high, 4,000-pound steel structure will be completely lit by the final night of Hanukkah.
Be transported to a magical world populated with mice, toy soldiers and, of course, ballerinas in this iconic holiday show. This performance features a one-ton Christmas tree and over 200 of the NYC Ballet’s performers.
Enchanting model trains snake through a display of 150 iconic landmarks in miniature form at the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory during this annual show. Additional entertainment includes concerts, readings and kids’ activities.
During the holiday season, Fifth Avenue is known for its elaborate and magical department store window displays. Stroll along this street to see beautiful and festive displays at Macy’s, Barney’s and more.
Get a healthy dose of holiday spirit by heading to Rockefeller Center for some outdoor ice skating. Don’t forget to get a glimpse of the massive tree as you enjoy this quintessential New York City experience.
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