New York City Christmas Lights – Holiday Season 2010 A Walking Tour

This is a description of a walking tour of Manhattan which includes the best places to see the holiday Christmas lights this year. All the listings below have been personally visited and recommended. There are 54 areas of interest including: museums, Christmas windows, famous buildings, interesting restaurants, impressive hotel lobbies, etc., and typical New York landmarks. The walking tour is arranged in descending order from 104th Street to 12th Street.

1. Museum of the City of New York.

2. Tree lights on Park Avenue.

3. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

4. Rhinelander Mansion / Ralph Lauren Store.

5. The Frick collection.

6. The Crystal District.

7. Barney’s. – Christmas windows.

8. Bloomingdale’s. – Holiday windows.

9. Hotel Plaza.

10. The largest menorah in the world.

11. Time Warner Center.

12. Van Cleff and Arpels.

13. FAO Schwarz.

14. Bergdorf Goodman. – Christmas exhibits.

15. UNICEF Snowflake.

16. Tiffany & Co. – Windows.

17. Louis Vuitton Malletier.

18. Trump Tower.

19. Henri Bendel. – Windows.

20. Harry Winston’s house.

21. Carnegie Deli.

22. The Cartier house. – Show.

23. Ellen’s Stardust Diner.

24. New York Palace Hotel.

25. Rockefeller Center.

26. Saint Patrick’s Cathedral.

27. Radio City Music Hall.

28. Saks Fifth Avenue. – Windows.

29. The Waldorf = Astoria Hotel.

30. American Girl Place.

31. Hershey’s Times Square.

32. Jewelry and Diamond District.

33. Tkts stand.

34. Joe Allen Restaurant.

35. The World of Disney Store

36. Toys “R” Us. Times Square.

37. Fred F. French Building.

38. New York Yacht Club.

39. The Westin New York in Times Square.

40. Hello Kitty store.

41. Chrysler Building.

42. New York Public Library.

43. Grand Central Terminal.

44. Food court on 42nd Street.

45. Christmas Vacation Vacation Tents in Bryant Park.

46. ​​The pond at Bryant Park.

47. Kinokuniya Bookstore.

48. Lionel electric trains.

49. Department of Lord & Taylor. Store. – Christmas windows

50. Big buttons.

51. Morgan Library and Museum.

52. Macy’s Herald Square. – Christmas windows.

53. Empire State Building.

54. Forbes magazine galleries.

The 2010 holiday season is well represented in New York City. Take the family and enjoy the ride of a lifetime!

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