Holidays in NYC
by nycgo.com staff, 10/25/2012
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The holiday season in New York City is getting into full swing. "Magical" is the only way to describe the ambience as eager kids and grown-ups celebrate Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, the winter solstice, Christmas, Kwanzaa, New Year's Eve and more in NYC, transforming the City into a veritable wonderland of stunning window displays, enchanting train shows, mesmerizing tree lightings and heartwarming concerts. And, of course, there's the shopping. From holiday markets to luxurious Fifth Avenue department stores to downtown boutiques for the fashion savvy, there is truly no other place in the world that answers to all of your gift-buying needs. Meanwhile, the Rockettes kick their legs at Radio City Music Hall, youngsters sport marshmallow moustaches from all the hot cocoa, and families and friends cling to one another on ice-skating rinks. Explore the shops, treats and other things to delight in to figure out how you'll spend the most wonderful time of the year.
'Tis the season for giving, and these products help raise funds for charities—including Hurricane Sandy relief.
There's plenty of creativity and holiday cheer on display in the windows of department stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy's Herald Square.
Celebrate the season with the City's holiday happenings, including Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting and the New Year's Eve Times Square Ball Drop.
The song-and-dance extravaganza, featuring the legendary Rockettes and their high-stepping moves, is one of New York City's most iconic holiday attractions. Get in on the tradition today.
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Count down to 2013 with the likes of Phish, They Might Be Giants, Coldplay, Nas and the New York Philharmonic.
As the holidays approach, everyone's looking for restaurants that offer a warm embrace. Luckily, we've got some suggestions.
Find only–in–New York gifts at these specialized stores, including the MoMA Design and Book Store, Chelsea Market Baskets and FAO Schwarz.
Find everything from home furnishings to clothing to jewelry to ornaments—plus plenty of food—all around the City.
Here are some essential tips for a memorable, pleasant experience at the world's biggest New Year's Eve party.
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OUTDOORS & RECREATION
Winter just isn't winter without ice-skating, and there are rinks all around the City where you can do just that.
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Far from iconic Rockefeller Center, Brooklyn's Dyker Heights is home to the brightest holiday decorations you've never seen.
These hot chocolate spots will warm your hands and tickle your taste buds.