The sights of the historic Richmond district will shine in the light of candles, oil lamps and open fireplaces. (Historicrichmondtown.org) is asked to advance for these tours. You may want to visit Bill de Blasio to increase your knowledge. To Brooklyn, the lights of Dyker heights lure during the Christmas season. The whole district is artfully decorated, especially gorgeous decorations between 83rd and 86th Street by the 11th Avenue to 13th. The highlights of the (pre) Christmas shows are the Big Apple circus with his new show dance on! at Lincoln Center, the Christmas spectacular at Radio City Music Hall, as well as the Cirque de Soleil production of Wintuk at the theatre of Madison Square Garden. In addition it is New York City Ballet one of the most popular Christmas songs ever list: George Balanchine Nutcracker of toy soldiers marching a show off, a giant Christmas tree, artificial snowflakes and of course fantastic dance routines.
Also, the numerous in – and outdoor Christmas markets of the city, for example, at Columbus Circle and Union Square, in the Bryant make for Christmas Park and Grand Central Terminal. Between all the small and large unique, handmade by New York artists, everyone will find even a Christmas gift. And of course invite the imaginative Christmas decorations of the big department stores of Bloomingdale’s, Barneys, Saks and Lord & Taylor to window-shopping. Editor’s Note: NYC & company is the official marketing and Tourism Organization of the city New York City. She is responsible for the development of tourism, the economic development of the five city districts and taking care of the positive image of the city around the world. NYC & company operates the NYC information center on the 7th Avenue (52 / 53 Street) and the official NYC website. Christmas press photos can be found under the following link: media.nycgo.com/public/communications-hires-images-2/holidays-and-events/index.html more pictures we will send you on request.