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The best place to take a picture with the biggest christmas tree in the city. It's one of the most iconic places in NYC during the christmas holiday. The ice skating rink is very popular. Go up top of the rock to get amazing views of NYC. If you get hungry, no worries, the ground floor has many places to eat at. Across the street from Saks Fifth Avenue, which offers the most amazing christmas light show.
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You’ll find plenty of iconic New York sites in this multiblock complex: The ground level alone is home to the tourist-packed ice-skating rink, the bronze Atlas statue and the Today show plaza. Higher up, Top of the Rock rivals the Empire State Building in panoramic city views. You may not be able to…
Ice skating while viewing the world famous largest Christmas Tree outside display.
The famous Rockefeller Center in Midtown Manhattan is an Art Deco NYC landmark. Spanning 22 acres and featuring 19 commercial buildings in New York, Rockefeller Center is one of the most popular attractions in NYC. A beautiful New York destination all year long, the Rockefeller Center is home to…
Each day is an opportunity to celebrate the diverse and vibrant people who make Rockefeller Center great––including you. Experience the best of New York’s art and entertainment in an atmosphere where community and creativity collide.
This iconic plaza has it all – beautiful sculptures, an enormous skating rink, a fishbowl view of NBC Studios, plus hordes of stores and restaurants. Though undoubtedly there will be intense crowds, this is an experience that's worth having at least once. During the wintertime holidays, the plaza…
If you go in winter between Thanksgiving and Christmas you will see the beautiful christmas tree also you can skate in The Rink . You can go to the Top of the Rock, and some people say that its better than the Empire State Building Walk Downtown to 14 St/ 8 Ave. take the Blue line E ( Jamaica…
In the winter, definitely visit the skating rink. Also buy tickets for Top of the Rock for great Manhattan views! Rock Center is also surrounded by a ton of shops.
Beautiful place fill with lights, ice skating in winter, stores and restaurants.
Enjoy fantastic views of Manhattan and Central Park. Rockefeller Plaza becomes a winter wonderland at Xmas time with their huge Christmas tree. Great place to watch the Macy's parade on Thanksgiving Day.
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