Christmas in New York

New York feels like a familiar Christmas setting with all the attention the city gets in our favorite holiday movies. Here is a guide to both classic sites and hidden gems in the city at the most wonderful time of the year:

Christmas Trees:

1. The Rockefeller Center for the timeless instagram
2. Bloomberg for a Christmas Tree picture without the photo-bombers
3. Lotte The Palace to celebrate the holidays like a gossip girl

Ice Skating:

1. Wollman rink in Central Park for cute instagrams and good people watching
2. The Standard Meatpacking for a skating session between drinks or designer christmas shopping
3. Rockefeller Center for the best ice for skating

Hot Chocolate:

1. L.A. BURDICK for the best sipping chocolate
2. City Bakery for  hot chocolate and marshmallows
3. Van Luewen for hot chocolate and a side of ice cream

Christmas Culture:

1. The Met for art and the daily Christmas Tree lighting at 4:30 p.m.
2. The Rockettes for iconic dance synchronization set to classic Christmas music
3. The New York City Ballet for a whimsical performance of The Nutcracker


1. KITH for the Sneakerheads on your list
2. Dover Street Market for one-of-a-kind luxury street fashion finds
3. Bergdorf Goodman's or Barney's for the best window shopping


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