December is a busy month for New Yorkers and if you’re
planning on hitting up the Big Apple to see the sights, be sure to add these
holiday favorites to your list. But before you start marking down where you’ll
be headed, let us make things a little bit easier for you.
The holiday season gets a huge influx of travelers, so if
you’re new to the city, it can be easy to get tangled up and lost in the crowd.
At NYCTrip.com, we’re running awesome specials on holiday sightseeing
tours that ensure that you get to see everything you want without having to
battle all of the crowds. Our Christmas
Holiday Walking Tour, Holiday
Lights Motorcoach Sightseeing Tour, and NYC Holiday Trip
Specials are must-sees before you plan your NYC trip to destinations like
The Radio City
Christmas Spectacular – Billed as America’s favorite holiday show, the
Radio City Christmas Spectacular has been a NYC favorite since 1933. It stars
The Rockettes and features an amazing performance with music, dancing, a Living
Nativity, indoor snow, fireworks, Santa flying high above the audience, and so
much more! The show runs through the entire month of December with tickets
ranging from $45 to $105. Group tickets available. For tickets, simply consult
our Radio City
Christmas Spectacular Vacations.
Andy Warhol: Motion
Pictures – The Museum of Modern Art will be running an exhibition of Andy
Warhol’s black-and-white silent works from December 19, 2010 to March 21, 2011.
A must-see for those interested in film, art, or Warhol’s other works. Free
with admission. For more information, visit moma.org or call 212-708-9400.
Revelations at 50
– The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater is celebrating its 50th
anniversary of the breathtaking piece Revelations.
Featuring 50 dancers in a reimagined version of the classic, this moving
experience of sight, sound, and motion is sure to make your visit to New York
City unforgettable. At the New York City Center from December 1 through January
2. Tickets are $25 and up. For more information, call 212-247-0430 or visit
Best of the Arts
Holiday Festival – Kids will love the chance to make a variety of
Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and winter-themed crafts at the Best of the Arts
Holiday Festival in the Children’s Museum of Manhattan. Lots of fun for the
whole family! 212 W. 83rd Street between Broadway and Amsterdam
Avenue. December 20-26. For more information, visit CMOM.org or call
The Nutcracker – From November 26 through January 2, see this classic
holiday tradition that’s been performed annually by the New York City Ballet
since 1954. Simply gorgeous and great for the whole family! Throughout
December. Individual and group tickets available. Call 212-870-5570 or visit
NYCBallet.com. The David H. Koch
Theater, Lincoln Center, between W. 63rd St. & Columbus Ave and W. 62nd St.
& Columbus Ave.
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