New York City is such a beautiful, magical place full of bustling excitement, especially during the holiday season in the months of November and December. Planning travel dates to New York City and exploring Manhattan during the holiday season is must-do for those who love the season and the celebrations that come with it. New York City is where many American Christmas traditions began, with most of our favorite national holiday traditions taking place in New York City. Style Utah has you covered with the best destinations and must-explores in NYC for the 2018 holidays season.
It just wouldn’t be a New York Experience at all, without exploring the elaborate, instagram worthy food of New York City.
When visiting NYC, their are two foods that most People think of when visiting NYC. Pizza and Bagels!! Holiday Bagel with Holly Jolly Cream Cheese! We found the perfect traditional New York style bagel with a festive holiday flavor in Midtown Manhattan. Liberty Bagels Midtown’s Holiday Bagel with Holly Jolly Cream Cheese is the absolute perfect way to start out your holiday adventures in NYC!
The holiday markets presented throughout NYC at Union Square, Bryant Park, Grand Central Station, and Columbus Circle.
November 16th was the official reopening date of the New York City flagship store located at 30 Rockefeller Plaza. After 3 years of being shut down, the flagship store reopened it’s doors and therefore, I have put this on our list of must to-do’s if traveling to New York City this holiday season.
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is what many consider the opening celebration for New Yorkers and the holiday season. We watch it on our television screens, but nothing beats seeing the majestic size of these floats in person.
Since the very first official tree lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center in 1933, New Yorkers have held onto this world famous tradition. This year, the lighting of the tree will take place n Wednesday, November 28th. Music artists who are scheduled to perform include Diana Ross, John Legend, Martina McBride, Tony Bennett, Diana Krall, Brett Eldredge, Darci Lynne Farmer, Kellie Pickler and Pentatonix.