After a deluxe breakfast buffet in the New York Hilton starting at 7am, watch the colorful
floats and the spectacular balloons during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New
York City from a private, secured outdoor VIP viewing area! Customize your Thanksgiving vacation, highlighted
by our exclusive Insider's VIP Parade View.
The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting marks the beginning of the Christmas season in NYC, and you don't want to miss it!
Mingle along with locals and visitors from
around the world as hors‘d oeuvres are passed throughout the elegant
Brasserie located in the center of Rockefeller Plaza. Step outside to
the private patio reserved just for this event - for a view of the Christmas Tree in all its holiday splendor.
You can even add an elegant dinner prior to the event for true VIP experience!
New Year's Eve revelers stand shoulder to shoulder from 42nd Street all
the way up to Central Park, you'll be overlooking them at an exclusive
party right in the middle of it all - but high above with a view of the
city lights, the festivities and of course, the Times Square Ball Drop!
Enjoy an open bar, hors d'ouevres and desserts, DJ dance music and the view to end all views!
sights and sounds of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on 6th Avenue –
with the convenience and comfort of an indoor facility at your disposal. You can relax, unwind, have a bite to eat or a warm beverage, use
restroom facilities, and escape unkind weather!
Although there is NO view of the parade from inside Heartland Brewery, you can come and go as you please. You’ll have use of the venue and restroom facilities during the parade.
The holiday lights and decorations in NYC are a must-see during holiday time.
On this guided
and narrated tour, you'll hear stories about the rich history, tradition
and pageantry of some of the finest New York holiday displays, as well
as the multicultural festive flavor and atmosphere that fills the City
from Thanksgiving to Three King's Day.
A Christmas Walking Tour of Park Avenue, 5th Avenue and Rockefeller Center will light up your holiday season!
this 75-minute tour the noted Christmas Historian Sibyl McCormac Groff,
who coined the word Gothamtide, will explain how Christmas became the
most important holiday towards the end of the 19th century.
The tour explains Gothamtide as the group weaves around from Park Avenue to Fifth Avenue and Rockefeller Center.