Christmas is the best time to visit New York City. The Big Apple is obviously one of the most popular holiday spots, from the time Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade marches down Sixth Avenue until the ball is lowered at the top of One Times Square.
Between the beautifully adorned storefronts along Fifth Avenue and the huge Norwegian spruce in Rockefeller Center, New York City is brimming with lots of Christmas spots.
But while everyone’s talking about the most popular things to see during the holiday season, such as the Dyker Heights Christmas Lights, the Rockefeller Christmas Tree we just mentioned, or Central Park and its Wollman ice-skating rink, there are many other wonderful Christmas spots in New York City that tend to be overlooked.
We want to make them more visible, so get ready to discover new cool things that happen in New York City during the holiday season!