There’s no place like NYC to experience the excitement of the holiday season. Visit the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, and then go see the Rockettes’ high-kicking stage show. Peek at the intricate department-store window displays on Fifth Avenue. Shop at one of the seasonal craft markets. Venture out to Brooklyn's Dyker Heights to marvel at the eye-popping lights outside its residents’ homes. Top it off by counting down in Times Square as part of the world’s biggest New Year’s Eve party.
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Holiday decor gets a historical makeover with the American Museum of Natural History's annual Origami Holiday Tree. This year, the museum draws inspiration from its own items for the 500 folded-paper works, constructed by volunteers beginning in July. After exploring the permanent-exhibition halls, current shows and expansive collections, see which pieces made their way onto the 13-foot tree.