Ice skating - Holiday Markets - Festive Lights - Holiday Window Displays
Rockefeller Cenrer To RinkThe Rink at Rockefeller Center is the classic NYC ice skating experience. This world famous ice skating rink is located in the middle of Rockefeller Center
Bryant Park Ice Skating RinkBank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park is Manhattan’s winter wonderland. Enjoy New York City’s only free admission ice skating rink and the Holiday Shops.
Pier 17 WinterlandExperience New York City’s only outdoor rooftop ice rink. Enjoy the views, go ice skating, or cozy up with a warm drink
Wollman's Skating RinkEnjoy ice skating with the backdrop of the New York City skyline at one of Central Park's ice skating rinks!
Union Square Holiday MarketThis European-style winter market boasts more than 150 local and national vendors hawking an impressive selection of handcrafted gifts, ranging from jewelry and accessories to leather goods and artwork
Columbus Circle Holiday MarketLocated at Central Park’s southwest corner is historic Columbus Circle with a medium-sized market. It’s a great place to stop by after ice skating in Central Park.
The Market at WestfieldThe Market at Westfield will make the most of the season with beautiful garlands and life-size chrome Snowmen that adorn the picture-perfect winter village display. Not only will you be able to snag great gifts for loved ones, but you can enjoy Christmas carols, seasonal treats and more!
Chelsea MarketThe items here are ‘funkier’ than you find at some of the other markets as they are made by independent designers, emerging artists, and vintage collectors.
Shine On | Hudsen YardsNYC's debut artist Christopher Schardt’s Lyra, a series of star-shaped sculptures, each comprised of 12,000 individually controllable LED lights, creating a visual spectacle synchronized to a classical soundtrack evoking the holiday season
LuminoCity FestivalExplore the dynamic holiday light festival and immersive art experience which offers 3 theme parks: Winter Fantasy, Wild Adventure, and Sweet Dream, highlighted with over 23 sets of larger-than-life light art displays
Dyker Heights Holiday LightsYou'll see breathtaking light displays from 11th to 13th Avenues (also known as Dyker Heights Blvd) from 83rd to 86th St in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn.
Hello Panda FestivalFeaturing over 120 lantern exhibits, live entertainment and interactive experiences, the first-ever Hello Panda Festival is designed to stir the senses and inspire imaginations.
Holiday Window Displays
Macy's Window DisplaysDon’t Miss the Stunning Christmas Windows at Macy’s Herald Square. A longstanding and cherished holiday tradition
Saks Fifth Avenue Window DisplayThis year, Saks Fifth Avenue unveiled a collaboration with Disney's latest, Frozen 2, in which the center six windows depict Elsa's journey to power through the spirits of nature: wind, fire, water, and earth.
Bloomindales Holiday Window DisplaysThe Bloomingdale's windows on Lexington Avenue are "Out of This World," literally. This year, the retailer journeyed to the cosmos to create a glass-encased galaxy filled with futuristic fashion, friends and fun.
Tiffany & Co Magical Holiday WindowsThe items here are ‘funkier’ than you find at some of the other markets as they are made by independent designers, emerging artists, and vintage collectors.