Finding the unique in New York is easy, but finding one of-a-kind things to take home, that’s the real treasure! While big department stores offer beautiful holiday displays, the products are often the same as what you can find at home. The holiday markets on the other hand are where you can discover creative products that are sometimes even a little bizarre.<
The iconic Christmas tree recognized around the world will spread holiday cheer in New York from December 4th until January 7th, 2014.
This year’s tree is a 76-foot, 12-ton Norway spruce from Shelton, Connecticut. It’s one of the city’s biggest holiday attractions, and is considered the world’s most famous Christmas tree. Adorning the tree are 45,000
Tis’ the season to be jolly, and no city in the world does it better than New York! With several world famous events happening within days of each other, December is New York’s busiest month.
With so much going on be sure you don’t miss out on these holiday classic events. Here are some of the must