Christmas Lights Tour.

Unparalleled and unmatched by any other city in the world, Christmas in New York City is a magical time. From “The Tree” in Rockefeller Center to the Christmas windows of Macy’s, Bergdorf’s and Saks Fifth Avenue, the city is alive with Yuletide spirit and energy.

Tour Details
Start Time: 7 pm
Total duration: 4 hours
Total length: 10 miles
Starting Location: The meeting point is directly in front of Macy’s, right under the clock tower
Tour Instructions: Please arrive no later than 6:45 PM to 35th Street between 6th Avenue & Broadway. Your tour guide will be wearing a bright orange vest.
Start Time: 7 pm
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Adult $65
Child $55
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For years, the houses and mansions of this Italian enclave in Brooklyn have been adorned with the largest and brightest displays of Christmas lights anywhere in New York City outside of Rockefeller Center. Join us as we head out to the city’s most populous borough to enjoy them. It’s a short jaunt through the Battery Tunnel in lower Manhattan and then out to Dyker Heights.

We’ll stroll through the streets of Dyker Heights marveling at the sumptuous displays of lights and Christmas decorations, taking photographs, and enjoying the holiday spirit. After our walk, we’ll re-board our warm-comfy bus and make a quick stop at the local Nathan’s for a bathroom break, hot chocolate, or a quick snack.

Refreshed and relieved we’ll head over to the famous Brooklyn Heights Esplanade for Hollywood views of the lower Manhattan Skyline, and then over Manhattan Bridge to the city. Once back we’ll pass through Chinatown, Soho, and then make a stop in Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village to see the Village Christmas Tree, and the Washington Square Arch.

After the Village we’ll scoot uptown past Madison Square Park to see the illuminated star that adorned New York City’s first public Christmas tree. Further uptown we’ll pass the Pierpont Morgan Library where the first electrically lit Christmas tree was seen. We’ll then stop one block away from our original pick-up location in Herald Square for those that have parked their cars at nearby garages. There, we’ll say goodbye to some of our guests

For those intrepid travelers that have never seen the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree we will make a final stop on 50th Street and Madison Avenue. There the bus will leave us and we will walk past beautiful restored St Patrick’s Cathedral to see the famous Rockefeller Center Tree. 

Tour Terms and Conditions

The tours leaves at 7PM promptly: If you’ve missed the bus, you’ve missed the tour. There are absolutely no refunds.


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