Deck the halls on this special seasonal tour! New York City during the holidays is its most magical season. From the infamous Rockefeller Center Christmas tree to numerous holiday markets to unique store window displays, there's no city in America that does the holidays better. This walking tour will help you see the best of this, and explain the history of NYC's holiday traditions.

Our tour will start at Columbus Circle, where will see the interactive decorations at the Time Warner Center, and explore the nearby Columbus Circle holiday market. From there, we will walk along the edges of Central Park down to 5th avenue, whose famous boutique stores boast intricate and unique displays every year. Sak's Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, Henri Bendel are among the stores we will walk past. After stopping at historic St. Patrick's Cathedral, we will journey to Rockefeller Center, the must-see stop for New York during the holidays.

After Rockefeller Center, we will wander down to Bryant Park, whose holiday market and winter village are becoming one of NYC's most popular holiday traditions.

After this, we will walk down 6th avenue to Macy's, home of the city's famous window display and SantaLand.

This is a leisurely tour with ample photo opportunities. Your guide will also help discuss the history of New York's holiday traditions and displays.

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