If you are tempted to spend some time in New York for the 2013 holiday season, consider looking into the awesome things that make the Big Apple unique. Winter time makes the city look magical and for those in love with the idea of a Christmas celebration, New York has surely managed to create special surprises this year too.
1. The Surprises of Radio City Music Hall
If you visit New York for this holiday season make sure you explore the secrets behind the Radio City Music Hall. Take a look at the history of the Rockettes and book a sit to see the most famous dance show on the New York stage since 1930s.
The Radio City Music Hall was the considered the largest indoor theater in the world and the greatest cinema hub in the golden age of motion picture. Take a look and see the results of a $70 million restoration which brought this New York landmark to its former glory and walk the footsteps of so many celebrities that stepped inside this place of wonders. You will experience for sure the best of a New York style holiday celebration.
2. New York Pass and Flag Shops
For somebody visiting New York during 2013 holiday season a New York pass is a the ultimate smart choice. In case you plan to stay over a few consecutive days you can make the most of this cool idea.
You can visit over 80 New York destinations among which the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Madame Tussaud’s or the Museum of Modern art but you can also see the NBC studios and explore Greenwich Village.
You get to visit Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s for amazing holy day shopping offers too.
Simply swap the pass at the first attraction and you have a free access at every destination you visit during the time you bought the pass for. You can visit Newyork.com to get the best offers for a New York pass.
3. Christmas Shows You Shouldn’t Miss
New York is famous for its theatrical wonders and these holidays the shows are more appealing than ever.
Make sure you see the signature Christmas show of New York – “The Nutcracker” choreographed by George Balanchine and performed by New York Ballet. This true masterpiece put on stage by an impressive crew will certainly get you into the holiday mood.
For the classic passionate, New York offers Handel’s Messiah at Carnegie Hall and at the New York Philharmonic but you can also enjoy Mozart’s “Magic Flute” at the Metropolitan Opera – a show your kids will love.
Add to this some tickets to the Rockettes Christmas Spectacular and you will surely see the best of what New York has to offer for those in love with experiencing the city’s artistic touch.
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