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Christmas and New Year’s Time in New York City
Christmas in New York City is a fantastic time to see the sights and enjoy the sounds of the holiday spirit. Taking in a Broadway show, looking at fabulous store windows displays or going to The Rockefeller Center to see the Christmas Tree are just a few things tourists and New Yorkers alike love to do.
Christmas and the New Year's Holiday time is one of the busiest periods for all attractions in The Big Apple, this is when a New York Pass can become really handy, saving you lots of time at attraction waiting lines – offering priority entry at NYC busiest places.
As Christmas Day and New Year’s Day are public holidays some attractions might be closed, but New York is the city that never sleeps and the best places are opened 365 days a year. To name a few: Empire State Building, Top of the Rockefeller Center, Madame Tussaud’s, so you can use your NY Pass every day of you trip.
Hop-on Hop-off CitySights Bus Tours are operating every day during winter holiday season, if you fancy a walk try one of the best walking tours by Uncle Sam.
It might be a bit cold in December, make sure to take a few warm clothes, but it’s still very cool time to be here !
If the temperature is really low go and see the Christmas Tree with its five miles of lights, it will certainly make you feel warm on a cold day.
Enjoy your Christmas and New year in New York City!
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