Christmas Time in New York City

This is the new NYC Freedom Tower.

Buildings next to it.

The Winter Garden.

More of the Winter Garden.

Inside the mall area of the Winter Garden.

South Street Seaport! They put up beautiful Christmas trees every year. They have carolers!

Boats docked at the Seaport.

This is the pier at the Seaport where there is a mall and indoor restaurants.

Looking over the East River into Brooklyn, New York.

This is outside of the famous toy store FAO Schwartz.

Looking up 5th Avenue.

This beautiful fountain is right outside of FAO Schwartz.

New York’s famous street vendors on 5th Avenue.

More vendors and people we don’t know.
Say Cheese!!!!!!

 Louis Vuitton window display.

Large snowflake hanging over 5th Avenue.

Top of building all lit up.

Old time window display.

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral.

Gorgeous Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center.

Window display at Macy’s.

More to come!



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11 thoughts on “Christmas Time in New York City

  1. Hi Dee! Wonderful pictures of NYC! I've never been there but from what I've seen on television, Christmas is the best time to visit! I've seen specials on the major stores' window displays – amazing! I'm following your blog now and looking forward to reading more! Merry Christmas! Hugs, Leena from PinkCherubMoon

  2. DeeChristmas time in NYC looks wonderful. So many different things to see. My friends daughter just graduated for NYU and is still living there. She loves it!Enjoy the season!Leann

  3. Oh wow, I LOVE the tour, Dee!!! And I adore the Louis display! Such gorgeous pictures…The place on the water where the boats are…My daughter used to go to college at The New School and her housing was right around the corner! We have a favorite restaurant there where we went for graduation…I can't think of the name of it, but they have one in Georgetown on the Potomac where my son lives too. I love that seaport…It was so great to see your pictures!!XOCindy

  4. Hi, DeeYou made me miss NYC this time of year. How I would love to be there this time a year. I love the smell that comes from the food vendors and the burned smell of the chestnuts. It seem like yesterday for me, its crazy to think I've been gone 24 yrs. How time flies by. I love your NYC pictures and trust me when I say I have been drooling over them.Vanessa

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