Christmas in the Big Apple offers some of the most remarkable holiday events and activities in the United States. Christmas in New York doesn’t just happen on the 25th of December, it’s a nonstop party that begins in mid-November, extending well past the 25th of December. For this reason, our Long Island limo service specialists have decided to compile a list of what we consider to be the best events and activities going down this holiday season in the Big Apple to ensure that you don’t miss out on any of the fun.
However, before we disclose our list, we would like to recommend employing the services of our New York charter bus service for all your holiday transportation needs. The holiday season is a time to let loose and have fun with the people you love, people you probably haven’t seen all year long. Because this is what everyone is trying to do, there is bound to be a major influx in both human and vehicle traffic throughout the holiday season. As a result, you may find yourself spending a significant amount of time navigating through heavy traffic in harsh weather conditions and trying to find parking spaces at various locations.
Let our professionally trained chauffeurs take this burden from you this season as you simply enjoy a luxurious ride, revel in our luxury amenities, and focus all your energy on spending quality time with your loved ones, making memories, and sharing in the excitement of impending experiences. Happy Holidays!
Bryant Park Winter Village
The Bryant Park Winter Village has been open since the 27th of October and will only come to a close on the 2nd of January 2019. Head over to Bryant Park and experience a 9,603-acre wonderland where you will get to skate on a 17,000-square-foot outdoor ice rink, although you have to bring your own skates. Visitors will also have access to more than 120 holiday shops, food trucks, and restaurants. However, if you prefer a less crowded scene, you can try less crowded months beginning from next year.
One of the most exciting aspects of the holiday season in New York, and particularly holiday shopping is getting to witness the uniquely decorated window displays in Fifth Avenue Stores. In between choosing presents for your loved ones and holiday decorations for your home, stop outside Barneys, Macy’s, and other classic holiday department stores to take in the decoration features including miniature sized NYC attractions, famous cartoons, and much more.
Winter Family Fair
Head over to the Murray Hill neighborhood on the 9th of December and take part in an exciting old-fashioned celebration at the Victorian-style, Morgan’s Library and Museum. Here you will get to view displays of the original manuscript of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol’. You will also get to meet the famous ghost, Bob Cratchit and Charles Dickens as portrayed by the Grand Falloons troupe. The experience will culminate and come to an end with a festive Christmas carol concert.
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