Looking for things to do this week in New York? We’ve got you covered with parades, parties, festivals and more. To help make your stay in the Big Apple more exciting, here are some not-to-miss events in New York from December 9 to 22, 2013.
Win 2 tickets to a NYC New Year’s Eve Cruise and Viator VIP: Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Experience! Enjoy winter in New York and ring in the new year in style with these tours. Read on to find out how to enter.
You’ve probably seen some pretty iconic Christmas moments in NYC—that is, again and again in films and on TV. Tourists flock to some of these Big Apple attractions around Christmastime, which may be a drag to navigate to if you’re not crazy about crowds, but in all fairness, there’s a reason they’re so popular!
There is nothing quite like the “hustle and bustle” of Christmastime in New York City. Whether you’re a first-time visitor, a seasoned tourist, or even a jaded New Yorker, it’s hard not to get caught up in the Christmas spirit!
HURRY! Book by November 12th, 2013 to save 40% on select dinner cruises in New York City. This exclusive offer applies to select departure times and dates from November 9th, 2013 through April 30th, 2014.
Winter can be truly beautiful in NYC and gives it a new kind of energy; compared to some big cities in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s not unbearably freezing, either. Winter also brings Christmas, with iconic scenes like Rockefeller Center’s rink and tree, and New Year’s, with the Times Square Ball Drop and fireworks displays watched by millions around the world.
Just in time for the holiday season, Viator is launching an exclusive new excursion — Viator VIP Tour: Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Experience and Top of the Rock Observation Deck — that allows guests to experience iconic attractions like the Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Rink and Top of the Rock Observation Deck in style.
If you’re in New York City during the last week of October, get to a costume shop (or thrift store) and start scouting out the festivities near your neighborhood—there’s always fun to be had in NYC, but on Halloween, you get to dress up while having it!
A trip to New York City is incomplete without going to the theatre. However, it’s not just the caliber of the performers that make NYC theatre so iconic, it is the entire experience – which starts with the theatre you are sitting in. From the history, the structure, the innovations, and the dining options, the actual theatre you see a show in has such a tremendous effect on the show itself, but the space is often overlooked. Well, it’s time we give those production houses some credit. For an extra special NYC theatre experience, we recommend seeing a show at one of these theatres.
While New York City has myriad modern offerings, it’s also home to a rich history. There are many ways to travel back in time and experience Big Apple heritage, from tours to museums to historical watering holes and beyond.