Beneath the Manhattan Bridge, Washington Street is covered in snow.
The Mall is an inviting place to take a walk after a fresh snowfall.
No matter what the weather outside, you can always spend an afternoon indoors with the mammoths.
Steps from the Promenade, you can still view Manhattan across the river.
A trip on the Staten Island Ferry can be bracing in winter. Here, riders have their cameras out, and Lady Liberty is ready for her close-up.
A little snow can’t stop visitors from strolling the pedestrian walkway across the bridge, one of the most enjoyable ways to go from Manhattan to Brooklyn and back.
With the skyline as a backdrop, skaters and hockey players take to the ice.
Is this real life? Jane’s Carousel, lit up on a quiet evening, can be pretty dreamy.
Adding a sunset to the snowy Promenade is almost cheating. We get it, Promenade—you’re picturesque!
A sprinkling of snow veils the Manhattan Bridge in the distance.
Want to add your footprints to the snow near the Unisphere? Head to Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
Look closely: that’s actually a plant-based bridge—part of the Holiday Train Show.
The Time-Warner Center's retail section gets decked out in its holiday best.
What’s under your Christmas tree? At Rockefeller Center, we’ve got ice-skaters.
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Winter in New York City brings ice-skating, the placid sight of Central Park under snow cover and holiday festivities in all five boroughs. These snapshots will inspire you to come see it all in person.