It’s no secret that Christmas is right around the corner and here in the NYC area, the celebration has already started. From the Christmas windows, to festive decorations and of course, the tree in Rockefeller Center, New York City has not lost its love for the holidays. Every street is full of wreaths, lights, Christmas trees and extravagance!
Checking out the holiday windows has become one of my favorite activities lately. Of course, the Saks Fifth Avenue windows are gorgeous, decorated to depict various fairy-tales as if they occurred in the city. Imagine Snow White as if it occurred on Broadway during an interaction with a street vendor, or Cinderella’s lost slipper actually being designer… New York City whimsy at its finest! Macy’s in Herald Square created their windows to show what Christmas on each of the planets in our solar system looks like. They are so cute, amazing and sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.
But the holiday decorations don’t stop with NYC’s iconic window displays. Many stores have decorated the outside or the inside of their buildings- my favorite being Ferragamo with their incredible light display. Some streets are dotted with Christmas trees big and small, and many parks are also donning their own trees complete with lights!
And of course, how can anyone forget… Rockefeller Center definitely does not disappoint. The giant, magnificent tree towers over the square full of children skating in the center’s ice rink, tall nutcracker statues and beautiful white angels that line the pavement.
New York City during the holidays is certainly a magnificent place to be. If you haven’t been before, I definitely suggest it! It completely captures the magic of the holidays. For those of you who have been to NYC during the holidays, what has been your favorite memory or holiday site?