New York City is a Christmas icon. And this is because of the Christmas lights! Here are the best-decorated places in New York City!
Rockefeller Center is a tourist trap during the holidays, but its beauty cannot be denied, and we are not talking about a Christmas tree or a simple crib. People travel from near and far to see this slippery thing with its thousands of LED lights. Among the cheesy pieces, you might see are Christmas carols that resound from loudspeakers.
For more than 20 years, the Central Park Conservancy has draped the Charles A. Dana Center with Christmas lights and opened the season with a hot Santa Claus carrying cocoa. This year the lighting will be virtual, but the event is scheduled for December 3 at 5.15 pm and families can participate in the carols. The inviting landmark is the A-game when it comes to spreading the holiday spirit. All the lights will be on this Christmas season and you can also be there with your family as ice carvers from Okamoto Studios carve nutcrackers and polar bears.
Catch a dazzling set of over a million lights at the Shine Bright Hudson Yards event. The lights twinkle in the sky over the Hudson River, while the ship also illuminates a number of shopping malls.
The venue says “Welcome to New York City, New Year’s Eve in the heart of the City of Lights” and looks like a welcome glimpse back into the festive season. It is also open for indoor dining, with a variety of food and drinks as well as live music and entertainment.
The show, which usually lasts two minutes, is repeated every seven to eight minutes, and the last show is followed by a live performance by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, a must-see – see New Year’s Eve party. It consists of a series of live performances with Christmas music and a variety of other music acts. Bebe, the lead singer of “The Yeti,” who came to Bucher from Siberia, lives on the roof of the department store.
The arrangement, which consists of 650 LED lanterns hanging from the ceiling, is truly breathtaking, so get your cameras ready. Dazzling Christmas lights in New York: Bebe’s installation of Luminaries at Brookfield Place, a festive exhibition you can’t expect.
Pack your skates and enjoy water skating or a free candy show at the New York ice rink in the Bronx.
The beautiful trees in Washington Square Park are a sight to behold, and from one of the trees, you can catch a glimpse of the New York City skyline. Take a break from your Christmas shopping and see how the Rob Susman Brass Quartet lights up the Christmas season with its annual Christmas Spectacle. The spectacle consists of dozens of LED stars, which perform a colorful dance all day long until 4 pm, flashing to the classic Yuletide tunes.
You will be so moved that you will not care if you have exhausted your MasterCard before giving your Aunt Judy the back massage she wants.
The Edge now adorns its rooms with nearly 50,000 lights that illuminate the skyline, staircases, and interiors, as well as a glittering Christmas tree. This attraction is already one of the best things to do in New York, but it is also the perfect treat for a Christmas dinner with whipped cream and rice doughnuts covered in crushed peppermint. Sip hot cocoa from 1,131 feet above New Yorkers during the holiday season in a winter wonderland. The light show and holiday experience will take place on the top floor of the Empire State Building in Manhattan, the tallest building in the United States.
Those who can legally drink alcohol can also spice it up with the treats of their choice, such as hot cocoa, biscuits, cane sugar cane sweets, gingerbread, and more.
You can get your tickets here, but you have to wear a mask and be open to the edges, and you cannot wear your mask in front of traffic lights without having a ticket.
This bar combines traditional German food and beer with a healthy dose of kitsch, and the annual Christmas decorations are grilled. You can enjoy it while the obsessively twisted oak branches, which make up a series of medieval artworks, stand, or you can barbecue under them.