The 47 Best Things To Do in New York in December 2023
What to do in New York in December? We've got you covered!
NYC in December is amazing as preparations for the Holiday season begins. With countless things to do, concerts to attend, and events happening throughout the city, one thing is for sure – your trip won’t be boring!
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Below we have summarized all of our favorite things to do in New York in December.
My 47 Absolute Best Things to Do in New York In December
It’s the holiday season and NYC in December is a romantic and beautiful time. Snow can potentially blanket the city and gives off this holiday cheer and spirit. The winter markets are open, the ice rinks invite you to skate and the Christmas Tree at the Rockefeller Center shines in all its glory. Christmas in New York is ahead of you which is why the city is decorated with Christmas decorations and beautiful Christmas lights.
Visit the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller PlazaChristmas Tree in Midtown ManhattanAdd to myNY added
New York in December lights up the famous Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Plaza in light, but that doesn’t mean you can’t experience this magical tree. The tree is decorated with 50 LED bulbs and countless Swarovski crystals. This place will definitely get you into the holiday spirit and you can also ice skate here as well. The tree will be up all month. (Address: 30 Rockefeller Plaza)
Visit the Winter and Holiday Markets in NYC (free)Christmas Market in GramercyAdd to myNY added
Make sure to take note of these locations for Winter and Holiday Markets in New York that you can check out while you’re in New York in December. There’s a lot to choose from – my favorite spots are the one in Union Square and the Bryant Park Winter Village Christmas Market.
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Enjoy the Holiday Window Decorations in NYCOther Shopping in Midtown ManhattanAdd to myNY added
Between Rockefeller Center and Central Park you will find the long-established American luxury department store chain Saks Fifth Avenue. Here the well-stocked purse will find high-priced clothing, shoes, jewelry, accessories and cosmetics for women, men and children as well as delicatessen, gifts, home textiles and upscale furnishings.
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Classic Harbor Line: Manhattan Holiday Yacht Cruise with Jazz, Cocoa & CarolsCruise in ChelseaOur HighlightAdd to myNY added
Why not spending time on a Christmas Holiday Cruise during Christmas in New York? Both locals and NYC visitors love the amazing Christmas Cruises New York City has to offer. This Holiday Jazz Cruise aboard a 1920’s style luxury yacht is one of my absolute favorite tours in New York. The ship has a wonderful charm and cannot be compared to the big sightseeing ships. Holiday Jazz Cruise starts at the Chelsea Piers and takes you along the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty and the harbor of New York. On the way you can enjoy a wonderful view of the New York skyline and smooth jazz at the same time.
My tip: these are the 11 best Holiday cruises in NYC this year!
Radio City Christmas SpectacularBroadway Show in Midtown ManhattanAdd to myNY added
For many New Yorkers, watching the Radio City Christmas Spectacular is a goal. Over 140 sensational dancers perform in the popular Christmas Spectacular. Sparkling costumes, unique set design and a lot of Christmas songs thrill the audience every year. The stars of the show are the female dance group “The Rockettes” and perform next to Santa Claus and his elves.
From November to early January, you can watch the dance performance and Christmas show at Radio City Music Hall. There are up to three performances per day, so there should be a time slot for you.
Ice Skating in New York CityChristmas Market in Midtown ManhattanOur HighlightAdd to myNY added
Ice skating in this urban mecca is one of the best things to do in NYC in December. The rinks are fully functional and have been open since October. Bank of America’s Winter Village at Bryant Park (behind the Public Library), the famed Rink at Rockefeller Center and the Woolman in Central Park are just three of New York City’s finest ice rinks.
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Check out the famous Christmas lights in Dyker Heights (Brooklyn)Bus Tour in Dyker HeightsOur HighlightAdd to myNY added
This tour through the Christmas Dyker Heights and Bay Ridge in Brooklyn is one of the most popular and most booked tours at Christmas time in New York. In front of the Row NYC Hotel (45th Street and 8th Avenue) you will be picked up by a bus and drive over one of New York’s bridges to Brooklyn – you will have a wonderful view of the New York skyline. Once in Dyker Heights, you will be guided by a guide through the main streets with the most beautiful Christmas lights.
Santa's Secret Immersive Holiday Experience (through December 31, 2022)Other Events in Hudson YardsAdd to myNY added
At Santa’s Secret Immersive Holiday Experience, you’ll make your way through a winter wonderland and into Santa’s secret speakeasy. Enjoy Christmas-themed cocktails, a live band, and an eye-popping variety show of unique acts, all with a holiday twist!
Meet Santa at Bryant Park (December 16 - 22, 2022)Other Events in Midtown ManhattanAdd to myNY added
Macy’s Santaland isn’t the only place you can make a date with Santa Claus: Hudson Yards and Bryant Park are also offering it. Just stop by between December 16 and 22, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. – it’s a free event and no registration is necessary!
Photo by Angelito Jusay
Fifth Avenue for All - Enjoy car-free 5th Avenue in December!Other Shopping in Midtown ManhattanAdd to myNY added
5th Avenue will be car-free for the very first time. From 49th Street to 57th Street, a street fair will replace traffic. Musicians will perform, there will be various food venues and you can watch performances by Kaufman Music Center and Brooklyn High School of the Arts.
From here, you’ll be right by the Rockefeller Christmas Tree, the beautiful Christmas Lights from Saks Fifth Avenue, and Radio City Music Hall with the Rockettes (check out more Christmas shows in NYC here). Simply beautiful!
- December 4, 2022, between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m.
- December 11, 2022, between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m.
- December 18, 2022, between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Shine Bright Only at Hudson YardsOther Events in Hudson YardsAdd to myNY added
Starting at the end of November, you can enjoy a spectacular light show at Hudson Yards titled “Shine Bright Only at Hudson Yards”. It’s one of the newest Christmas light displays in New York City. Shine Bright is an indoor-outdoor light and music installation featuring more than 2 million white lights illuminating The Shops, Public Square & Gardens, The Edge and Vessel. Every day at 5 pm, “the moments” invite spectators to get dazzled by a visual spectacle that is synchronized to festive music.
- The exact dates for 2022 haven’t been announced, yet.
Broadway Under The StarsBroadway Show in Hell's KitchenAdd to myNY added
December is for the holidays and how could you celebrate the most wonderful time of the year better than attending one of the Broadway Under the Stars shows at the Shops at Columbus Circle.
Broadway Under The Stars is a five-week series of FREE indoor Broadway performances. 2022 will mark the 8th year of Broadway and the Shops at Columbus Circle teaming up to host Broadway Under The Stars. The performances will take place on the second floor of the Time Warner Center.
New York Christmas Markets and Lights Walking TourWalking Tour in Hell's KitchenAdd to myNY added
You will get to know four different Christmas markets on this walking tour. In a small group, you’ll learn all kinds of interesting facts about the buildings and attractions from a guide and walk past many of the decorated shop windows. The starting point is the information desk under the Holiday Under the Stars display in the stores at Columbus Circle.
Holiday Train Show at New York Botanical GardenOther Events in BronxAdd to myNY added
If you like to build railroad and train models, this show is for you. The Holiday Train show is definitely worth its money and will be held at the enchanting New York Botanical Garden. The exhibit will showcase 175 New York landmarks. All works of art are built on an 0,5 mile long track and the railways pass the skyscrapers of Midtown. We have already visited two special exhibitions in the NYBG and are always enjoyable. Therefore, we highly recommend this unique exhibition!
Lightscape: Brooklyn's Winter Spectacular at Brooklyn Botanic Garden (through January 8, 2023)Other Events in Park SlopeAdd to myNY added
Brooklyn is home to many wonderful Christmas light displays, including the illuminated trail known as Lightscape, found at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. This after-dark light spectacular features all-new works of art and many returning favorites. At this experience, visitors make their way through the winding trails of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s trails, which are all awash with artistic light designs.
Along the journey, you’ll encounter color effects on BBG trees, water features, monumental lighted sculptures, and more. Lightscape sold out last year, so book your visit on their website early.
Annual Central Park Holiday Lighting (December 1, 2022)Other Art & Culture in Harlem & Washington HeightsAdd to myNY added
For the 26th year, the Annual Holiday Lighting in Central Park will be held this year at the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center on the Harlem Meer. Carols will be sung on the plaza, Santa Claus will be there, and the highlight will be the lighting of a flotilla of Christmas trees on the Harlem Meer. You’re guaranteed to be among New Yorkers at this Christmas event, which makes it extra special!
- Thursday, December 1 at 5:30 pm
Winter Wonderland at Apollo Theater (December 10, 2022)Other Attraction in Harlem & Washington HeightsAdd to myNY added
Under the twinkling lights of a world-renowned marquee, you find the Winter Wonderland presented by Coca-Cola at the Apollo Theater. The event is the perfect way for the family to spend a couple of hours enjoying holiday-themed activities, such as stunning performances from local choirs and photo ops with Santa Claus.
Winter Wonderland marks the start of Apollo’s toy and book drive for kids. So, go out and see the sights, but don’t forget to drop off a DVD, book, or toy for boys and girls from 13 to 18 years old. The event will be hosted on December 10 from 2 PM until 6 PM at 253 W 125th Street, Manhattan.
Origami Holiday Tree at The Met (November 22, 2022 - January 8, 2023)Museum in Upper East SideOur HighlightAdd to myNY added
New York City’s Met Museum also hosts a holiday celebration that’s complete with a breathtaking Christmas Tree display. You’ll find the Met Tree in the Medieval Sculpture Hall. This famed holiday tradition features a blue spruce tree that’s 20 feet tall and adorned with 59 angels, 19 cherubs, and 71 figures that depict an 18th Century Nativity scene reminiscent of Naples.
You can also enjoy a gorgeous Eastern European Silver Menorah, holiday shopping, other exhibits on display, and much more. You can catch this holiday display from November 22, 2022, until January 8, 2023, at the Met Museum in NYC.
ARTECHOUSEOther Art & Culture in ChelseaAdd to myNY added
Some people consider the Spectacular Factory at ARTECHOUSE a holiday event on steroids. This holiday installment is set to open on November 19 and run through January 8, 2023, at the Chelsea art center. This show is an imaginative multiverse of Christmas cheer set up inside of a 100-year-old Chelsea boiler room.
In this display of holiday villages, guests of all backgrounds and ages can enjoy a ride on the candy cane carousel, ride a train through holiday wreaths, get close to one thousand nutcrackers, and float among giant jingle bells. Tickets for this experience are on sale now and start at $17 for kids and go up $25 per ticket.
See a Broadway ShowBroadway Show in Theatre DistrictAdd to myNY added
Especially in the off-season you can often get great bargains for one of the Broadway shows in New York. We have already seen many of the really worthwhile musicals and can only recommend the experience. Every dollar is well invested – it is guaranteed to be an unforgettable evening!
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Macy’s SantalandOther Events in Midtown ManhattanAdd to myNY added
During December in New York, Santa Claus is in town. Make sure to set up a date with Santa to tell him your Christmas wishes. Santa is welcoming his guests at Macy’s at Herald Square in Midtown Manhattan. Make a reservation online to avoid long waiting times.
My tip: Want to experience more of Santa Claus? Then also check out the SantaCon event and Santa Claus at Hudson Yards!
AirOtic Soirée: A Circus-Style Cabaret Dinner Show (through December 30, 2022)Other Art & Culture in Hell's KitchenAdd to myNY added
Attention cabaret fans: there’s a new show in the city! You can now see a group of highly talented acrobats in the heart of Manhattan. AirOtic Soirée combines modern burlesque and high-level cirque acrobatics with a menu created by Chef Saul who has already been featured on Good Morning America. After the show you can enjoy a nice cocktail and meet the cast.
Every Friday and Saturday throughout January and February you have the opportunity to experience this brand new sensual show in Hell’s Kitchen.
Candlelight: Holiday Jazz and Soul Classics feat. Ella Fitzgerald (December 21, 2022)Other Events in WilliamsburgAdd to myNY added
Candlelight concerts bring the magic of a live, multi-sensory musical experience to awe-inspiring locations like never seen before in New York City. Get your tickets now to discover Holiday themed jazz music at The Williamsburg Hotel under the gentle glow of candlelight.
Visit the Whiskey Wonderland at Great Jones Distilling Co.Bar in NoHoAdd to myNY added
I am a huge fan of whiskey. If you feel the same way, I have a tip for you: Great Jones Distilling Co. in NoHo! It’s the first distillery in Manhattan since Prohibition and has won several awards. Designed in the style of a speakeasy bar, you can drink their first-class straight bourbon here, either straight or as a cocktail.
The Great Jones Distilling Co. bar also has a restaurant. At The Grid, they serve American cuisine at a high level. My tip: Try the prime flat iron steak and the tuna!
During winter, they host a Whiskey Wonderland every Thursday, Friday and Saturday with matching cocktails, drinks and winter snacks. Learn more about the Whiskey Wonderland here.
High Line Winter Tour (free)Walking Tour in Hudson YardsAdd to myNY added
The High Line Park takes you along the old tracks of the elevated railway to the Meatpacking District. Thanks to the initiative “Friends of the High Line” the park exists at all, because originally the construction was supposed to be torn down. And the best thing? They offer free tours!
- When? Saturdays at 12pm
- Where? At the Gansevoort Street entrance
SantaCon (December 10, 2022)Other Events in Theatre DistrictAdd to myNY added
This event hosts thousands of people dressed as iconic Christmas characters such as reindeer, gingerbread cookies, and of course, Kris Kringle himself. This boozy crawl features some of New York City’s best bars. But beware because some bars ban folks who are dressed up, so stick with the organizer’s map to have a jolly good time.
SantaCon is undoubtedly one of the most popular (and loathed) Christmas celebrations in NYC. As a bar crawl, it can be lots of fun, but make sure you don’t turn into a bad Santa! The creators want the event to be a fun and safe environment for those involved. However, it is limited to elves 21 years of age and older.
FAO Schwarz in New YorkOther Shopping in Midtown ManhattanAdd to myNY added
FAO Schwarz is unlike any other toy store and a great destination in NYC this holiday season. Take your kids or just feel like a kid again when you enter the amazing collection of unique toys and life-sized stuffed animals.
FAO Schwarz is the oldest toy store in the United States and with its location right in front of the Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center, it’s something you don’t want to miss this holiday season in New York. Don’t miss the famous clock on the stairs. Also, you can play “The Big Piano” on the floor (known from the movie “Big”).
DUMBO Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony (December 1, 2022)Other Attraction in DumboAdd to myNY added
What the Rockefeller Tree Lighting Ceremony is to Manhattan, the DUMBO Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony is to Brooklyn. For the 16th time, Brooklyn’s most famous Christmas tree will be ceremoniously lit on December 1, 2022.
Go Christmas Shopping at Artists & Flea ...Food Market in Meatpacking DistrictOur HighlightAdd to myNY added
I love Chelsea Market – it’s a food market and shopping paradise in one. It’s beautifully decorated for Christmas and if you’re looking for something really special, you have to go to the Artists & Flea Market. Here you can buy unique Christmas items from New York artists.
... or Brooklyn Flea Holiday Market (November 26 - December 24, 2022).Shop in DumboAdd to myNY added
The Brooklyn Flea Holiday Market takes place from Thanksgiving to Christmas under the DUMBO Archway and is perfect for anyone who loves flea markets. It’s one of the most famous in the city and always worth a visit (even I, who doesn’t go to flea markets that often, say that).
Numeral Arrival at Times SquareOther Events in Theatre DistrictAdd to myNY added
Everyone knows the famous illuminated year on the top of Times Square. But few know that you can take photos of it while standing in front of it! Every December at the “Numeral Arrival”, it is placed in Times Square for a few days before it is lifted up to the famous ball that drops on New Year’s Eve. This is a great opportunity for photos!
- When? from Dezember 21st
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Basketball fans, this month is for you. The NBA is in its second month. Check out either the New York Knicks or the Brooklyn Nets at either the Madison Square Garden or Barclays Center, respectively.
New Year's Eve in Times SquareOther Events in Theatre DistrictAdd to myNY added
People from all over the world fly to NYC in December, especially during New Year’s Eve. They come here to experience the popular ball drop live while standing in the frigid December temperatures in the middle of Times Square. Live performances by famous artists are part of the outstanding program in Times Square every year. It’s pretty much a big party.
In order to get a decent spot a view, we recommend arriving no later than 3 PM. Many roads around the event are closed off and condensed foot traffic on the streets is inevitable. Definitely, plan on walking for a good amount of time. Being part of this tradition will be very special.
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Classic Harbor Line: Holiday Jazz Cruise Aboard Classic Motor YachtCruise in ChelseaOur HighlightAdd to myNY added
This Holiday Jazz Cruise aboard a 1920’s style luxury yacht is one of my absolute favorite tours in New York. The ship has a wonderful charm and cannot be compared to the big sightseeing ships. Holiday Jazz Cruise starts at the Chelsea Piers and takes you along the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty and the harbor of New York. On the way you can enjoy a wonderful view of the New York skyline and smooth jazz at the same time.
Visit one of New York's Amazing Art Exhibitions at MoMa PS1Museum in Long Island CityAdd to myNY added
Check out the local art scene in the MoMa Ps1 art exhibit, featuring work from 47 local, contemporary artists. This exhibit explores art-making in New York history, the resilience of artists, and the feelings connected with art. You’ll see a huge emphasis on foreign-born artists, their work full of Egyptian, Iranian, Tunisian, Nigerian, Mexican, Argentinian, and Indian influences. There is also an abundance of Native American artists to enjoy.
My tip: Here you find the Best Art Exhibitions in New York City.
The NutcrackerOther Events in Upper East SideAdd to myNY added
The Nutcracker is one of the world’s most famous ballets and enjoys great popularity among visitors and locals. A true holiday tradition!
Take photos of the beautiful Christmas Tree at Wall StreetChristmas Tree in Financial DistrictAdd to myNY added
The Christmas tree on Wall Street looks back on a long tradition: this year it can be seen for the 99th time. Not only is the tree itself festively decorated – the building of the New York Stock Exchange also looks beautiful, as it is illuminated from the outside in Christmas colors.
Photo: Foto: AGENZIA SINTESI / Alamy Stock Foto
Enjoy NYE in NYC on a boatCruise in ChelseaOur HighlightAdd to myNY added
This New Year’s Eve Fireworks Cruise in NYC offers a limited amount of tickets making sure that the experience is exclusive for those who want to celebrate in style and comfort. Throughout the evening, enjoy a large selection of hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, live Jazz music and stunning views of the New York City skyline. The cruise departs from Pier 62.
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NYE Wishing Wall (December 7 - 23, 2022)Other Events in Theatre DistrictAdd to myNY added
This is a wonderful tradition that takes place every December in New York: The NYE Wishing Wall in Times Square. What is the NYE Wishing Wall? Write your wishes for the New Year on a piece of paper and drop them in the box provided. In the end, all the notes will become confetti that flutters down at the ball drop just in time for New Year’s Eve.
You are not in New York at this time? Then you can also submit your wishes online!
Lighting the World's Largest Hanukkah MenorahsOther Events in Prospect HeightsAdd to myNY added
In Manhattan and Brooklyn, there is a small competition for the world’s largest Hanukkah Menorah. On December 22nd, the Jewish “Festival of Lights” begins and this starts with the lighting of the largest Menorah in the world. The gold, 400-pound, 32-foot steel structure can be admired both in front of the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan and at the Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn.
The lighting of the Menorah is one of the great events in NYC in December. Music is played and food is offered as well. In Manhattan, the event begins at 5:30 pm, on Fridays at 3:30 pm and Saturdays at 8:00 pm. In Brooklyn, the lights will be on at 6:00 pm, on Friday at 3:30 pm and on Saturday at 7:00 pm.
Plunge Rooftop Bar & LoungeRooftop Bar in Meatpacking DistrictAdd to myNY added
As you probably already know, one of the best things in New York for me all year round are the rooftops of NYC! Even in winter the season is not over yet, because with radiant heaters, free blankets and warm rooftop lounges you can make yourself comfortable there even in icy temperatures. The great view will warm your heart.
At 230 Fifth near the Flatiron building, you can even sit in a heated igloo while enjoying a breathtaking view of the skyline – how cool is that!
For more tips, check out our article on the best fall & winter rooftop bars in New York.
Warm up in one of New York's museumsMuseum in Upper West SideAdd to myNY added
There will be days when it will be really cold and you don’t really want to be outside. Such days can be wonderfully spent in one of the many museums.
One of our favorite museums is the Museum of National History. Even those who don’t like museums can easily spend a whole day here.
Santa Claus at Hudson Yards (December 5, 2022 - December 16, 2022)Other Events in Hudson YardsAdd to myNY added
New York’s most famous Santa is most likely to be seen in Santaland at Macy’s. And yet he gets competition: this year for the first time he can also be seen at Hudson Yards. Especially for families with children, this is guaranteed to be lots of fun! You can find him from December 5, 2022 – December 16, 2022 on the 4th floor of The Shops & Restaurants at H&M and Zara.
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Santa Con (December 11)Other Events in Theatre DistrictAdd to myNY added
Don’t miss out on that one Saturday in December when half of the city dresses up as Santa Claus and other Christmas Characters to hop from bar to bar in Manhattan. You will be surprised how many New Yorkers show up looking like the big guy from the Northpole. Santa Con is free to attend, however, to get into all the big venues you must make a charitable contribution of $13.
- When? December 11
Visit GingerBread Lane - The World's Largest Gingerbread Village!Other Attraction in Lower East SideAdd to myNY added
Imagine the aroma and whimsical fun of walking through the world’s largest gingerbread village. What if we told you that one actually exists in New York City? If you’re planning on spending Christmas in NYC, then be sure to head over to the Lower East Side’s Essex Market and check out the amazing and delicious creation brought to you by “The Gingerbread Man” Jon Lovitch.
Holiday Nostalgia Rides on SundaysMuseum in DumboAdd to myNY added
Every Sunday during the holiday, the New York Transit Museum brings back vintage trains in New York City. For just one MetroCard swipe, you can be on it and ride back to the past. Check the holiday nostalgia train ride schedule so you know when and where to start your journey.
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What to do in New York in December with my 15 year old son.
there a lot of cool things you two can do together:
– see Macy’s holiday windows
– see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular
– see Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree
– go to the interactive SPYSCAPE museum
– visit Dyker Heights
and much more!
– you can even visit rooftop bars together, just not in the evening!
If you’re looking for some more specific advice, let us know what the two of you are interested in and we’re happy to help 🙂
We are first time NY guests.
What would be great to do vis a vis sights shows dining and shopping.
We are flying in December.
Love your website
when it comes to shows in December, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular is a must!
You should definitely see the holiday windows at Macy’s and if you’re enthusiastic about the holidays, I recommend the Dyker Heights Holiday Lights Tour. It’s magical! These are all very specific recommendations for December.
If you sign up for our newsletter, you’ll receive weekly information about what’s new in the city. Some cool events and attractions will be there for the holiday season. It was just announced that there will be free Broadway performances in November/December, so I will be sure to include the info, too!
You can also check out “Story Portraits of U.S. Veterans: World War II ~ Today” at the Historic Flatiron Building on Broadway between 22nd and 23rd Streets.
More info: https://gothamtogo.com/story-portraits-of-u-s-veterans-world-war-ii-today-opens-at-historic-flatiron-building/
thanks for your recommendation!