While many New Yorkers know about the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, few know about NYC's role in defining modern Christmas traditions.
With December fast approaching, the holiday season is in full swing. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or any other holiday, there are countless events and activities available across New York City to get into the spirit. This year, be sure to check out the lighting of the largest menorah in Brooklyn at Grand Army Plaza or take a trip through the NYC Winter Lantern Festival. If you’re in the mood for shopping in person, stop by the Bryant Park Winter Market to purchase all the gifts you need. Read on for more holiday-themed events happening throughout New York City’s five boroughs for the upcoming month.
On December 16, join Untapped New York for a fun look at how New York sets the trends for the holiday season all over the globe.
Upon entering the Flagship LEGO Store, customers take in New York City landmarks, including the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building.
A giant iron throne was at Rockefeller Center, timed with the premiere of the 8th season of Game of Thrones at Radio City Music Hall. See photos of this special appearance!
Over the years, we've grown accustomed to seeing specific signs — some more flashy than others, but all equally as spectacular. Here's a look back at some.
Many musicals set in NYC are connected with Broadway, but the successful stage productions spawned film adaptions that used NYC as the actual backdrop.
New book Interior Landmarks: Treasures of New York highlights the interior landmarks of NYC including Radio City Music Hall, City Hall Subway Station, and more.
Opened in 1932 Radio City Music Hall is one of the city's busiest tourist destinations. It also contains quite a few secrets from its storied past
One of New York's most famous spots was built in 1933 by one of the richest men of his time, and holds a number of secrets that tie it to American history