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Christmas time in New York

Christmas in NY

Spending the holidays in NYC is an experience unlike any other. Ice skating in Times Square, watching the snow glisten in Central Park, and viewing the winter wonderland displays in flagship stores along Fifth Avenue has made NYC a popular spot for celebrating Christmas.

Christmas in NY

During Christmas New York has some of the most spectacular sight. There are many shopping events , gift ideas, many festive thing to do. It is like a tradition to watch Christmas movies with you family.New York becomes a winter wonderland during the holidays.

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The atmosphere is amazing- Christmas windows displays, ice skater glide across the Rockefeller Center, the Christmas tree in the Rockefeller Center. Amazing.

Christmas in NY

Because New York is a popular destination for tourists during Christmas time, there are many fabulous hotels that offer Christmas. Many hotels lower their prices on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, so you can enjoy in luxury hotels on a budget.

Christmas in NY

During Christmas time you can go on a classical concert. In the Carnegie Hall or in Lincoln Center- there is something for everyone. The Tallis Scholars vocal ensemble puts the modern-day sacred music of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt alongside 16th-century works by John Sheppard and Thomas Tallis in this Christmas gift from Miller Theater presented in a beautiful Gothic midtown church.

Christmas in NY

There are a number of popular things to do in Manhattan during Christmas time in NY and many are cheap NYC winter activities or are completely free. Central Park has two ice skating rinks during the holidays. There is a traditional ceremony called Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting Ceremony.

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Another Christmas tradition in New York is the Radio City Christmas Spectacular- this is event happening 88 years. It is a precision dancing, and it celebrates peace and love. It start in November 13th till the January 3th.