From Cartier and Saks to Macy's and Bloomingdale's, check out the most dazzling holiday windows in NYC this year!
In 1976, on her second visit to New York City, Queen Elizabeth spent an afternoon in Bloomingdale’s with Prince Philip — likely a public relations stunt agreed to on both the department store and the royalty sides.
Strolling along Fifth Avenue and admiring the holiday windows is a tradition that will continue this year amid the pandemic.
Take a stroll along Fifth Avenue to see all the festively decorated holiday windows on display at some of NYC's department stores like Bergdorf Goodman and more.
Untapped Cities is excited to partner with Virgin Holidays on their NYC Trending Travel Guide,. the first guide ever to be based on live social media data.
From the Westinghouse Time Capsules to one of the oldest known time capsules, these artifacts help us to understand what the city was like in the past.
This year, we embarked on a mission to track down the best holiday window displays, created by Macy's, Bergdorf Goodman, Lord & Taylor and much more.
Le Train Bleu, NYC's gem of a restaurant in the Bloomingdale's flagship store modeled after a luxury French train car is will be closing its doors.
Bloomingdale's is painting over a historical French-style section of its flagship store on Lexington Avenue, dating to around about 1886 or earlier, in black.
Tracking down long lost time capsules hidden in the cornerstone of Bloomingdale's Art Deco flagship department store on NYC's Lexington Avenue sealed in 1930.