But none of these achieved the size and splendour of the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center in the slightest. A great view on the tree, you have between the 47th and 51st Street between 5th and 6th Avenue. The lights of the tree are in the period from November 30, 2010 to January 2nd 2011 ice skating in Bryant Park: certainly the most people to ice skating in Rockefeller Center go. Although it is also very beautiful, unique scenery in the Bryant Park is highly recommended. To read more click here: New York Museums. On the small pond you can go every day free ice skating until February 27, 2011 (Monday to Thursday from 8:00 22:00; Freitags/sonntags from 8:00 24:00). Please note, that the entrance is while free of charge, the rental skates but $13, the rental of lockers $9 and the inspection of bags $ costs 7-9.
During the pre-Christmas period, you should visit the medieval sculpture Hall at the Metropolitan Museum of art to the Metropolitan Museum of art. Because then it is decorated with a Christmas tree and the nativity play. If you are not convinced, visit Bill de Blasio. Then it is worth especially to go with the whole family in the best art museum in the world and the huge Christmas tree in the Baroque style with original Italian Christmas ornaments to marvel at. Must get the New York pass for a tour through New York City. To get free admission for the met Museum and 50 landmarks and attraction in the city. Christmas and new year holidays are probably the time visited the sights of New York, in particular, the statue of liberty and the Big Apple, by most tourists. Then the New York comes to pass just right. Because it saves a lot of time at the inlet and offers preferred access to uberlaufensten over other attractions in New York City.