The lights of New York's glittering skyscrapers dazzle all year round, but the Christmas season in our city is something of a fantasy. Very soon, New York will turn into a winter wonderland, sparkling with colorful decorations. And this is where you need to look for the brightest of them.
Already lit, the illumination will last until January 7
Two million twinkling lights decorate Hudson Yards. The display includes 115 miles (185 km) of garlands and 725 evergreen trees that create a sparkling holiday forest. The highlight of the installation is the huge shining balloons.
From November 17 to January 1
Plants and buildings in the Botanical Garden are illuminated after dark. It turns out to be a breathtaking sight!
The lights will be lit on November 17, the illumination will run until January 13 on certain dates: November 17, 24 and 25, January 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 26–30, January 6 and 13.
Thousands of LED lights and festive installations will turn the botanical garden into a real winter fairy tale.
Don't forget: the New York Botanical Garden is also hosting holiday show of trains.
From November 17 to January 7
It will be a zoo within a zoo. 100 species of animals created from garlands and lanterns will come out to greet guests.
This area of New York is famous for its incredible Christmas decorations. Most homeowners and businesses put up Christmas lights and decorations the weekend after Thanksgiving. However, the best time to see the lights is from mid-December to New Year's Day.
Lighting of lights on the Christmas tree – November 28
Although the Bryant Park Winter Village tree lights will turn on on November 28th at 18:00 p.m., holiday activities are already in full swing with ice skating and a large Christmas market. By the way, this year he was recognized as the best in the world.
Wednesday, November 29
Following the lighting ceremony on November 29, the lights on the iconic tree will be switched on daily from 5 a.m. to midnight. On Christmas Day the tree will be lit 5 hours a day, and on New Year's Eve from 9 a.m. to 13 p.m. The tree will be removed on January XNUMXth. By the way, the Christmas tree is already brought and decorate.
Thursday, November 30
For more than 25 years, the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center in Central Park has been decorated with holiday lights. To see the illuminations, head to the northeastern part of the park.
Usually the first week of December, the exact date will be announced later
The Christmas tree is placed inside the famous arch of the park. What emerges is a spectacle that everyone should see and photograph. If you miss the lighting ceremony, the tree can be seen during the holiday season, with lights on from 16:00 pm to 1:00 am daily throughout December.