Christmas in New York Tour

Christmas in New York Tour

Tour Highlights

  • Gaze at the iconic Plaza Hotel from classic Christmas movies like Home Alone 2 and Eloise at Christmastime
  • Wander along Fifth Ave to admire the festive window displays of legendary high-end retailers
  • Take in Rockefeller Center’s world-famous Christmas tree and ice skating rink
  • Enjoy spectacular tales of the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall
Make this tour private, schedule it anytime. Starts at $312

About This Tour:

This merry walking tour of Manhattan will fill you with holiday cheer! Alongside your expert guide, who knows all the secrets of those dazzling Fifth Avenue window displays, you’ll stop by memorable New York City sites that have become indelible parts of the holiday season. Walk by The Plaza Hotel made famous by everyone’s favorite Christmas movie, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Experience Saks Fifth Avenue’s unmatched musical light show. Take in Rockefeller Center’s world-famous tree. View the iconic ice skating rink up close. Spot a FAO Schwarz nutcracker, and enjoy the spectacular tales of the Rockettes and Radio City Music Hall!

Ear pieces are provided to each guests, ensuring everyone hears the guide perfectly, even from a distance!

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