Go on a Holiday-Themed Scavenger Hunt in New York City
Start at the Union Square Holiday Market (4, 5, 6, N, Q, R, L trains to 14th Street- Union Square)
This is a great place to shop for last-minute holiday gifts for your loved ones! The market starts from Nov. 19-Dec. 24, 2015. Weekday hours are 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Filled with a great variety of vendors, you can get anything from home decor to personalized jewelry!
The Holiday Nostalgia Train
No need for a time machine when you can go back years with these historical NYC trains! Every Saturday during the month of December, there are special trains that run along the Sixth Avenue M line. These trains are made up with vintage train cars from different decades! How cool is that?!
Get off at 42nd Street-Bryant Park and have an ice-skating session with your homies. After a great workout, grab some delicious crepes and hot chocolate from the markets that proliferate around the rink. Similar to the one on 14th street, this is also a great destination for some extra holiday shopping!
Walk Down Fifth Avenue's Shopping Strip
There is so much to see on Fifth Avenue. Take a selfie with the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center (classic!). Right across from Rock Center is Saks Fifth Avenue. Stop by their windows for some Insta-worthy displays! A couple blocks north on Fifth Avenue, you can spot more displays at Bergdorf Goodman!
Move Over Harry Winston, Cartier Brings You the Biggest Holiday Gift Ever: The Cartier Store
Spot the UNICEF's Snowflake on Fifth Avenue and 57th Street!
Sit back, relax and enjoy the show while you end your night with a holiday spectacular! You can never go wrong with The Nutcracker or The Rockettes! Visit New York City Ballet at Lincoln Center and watch The Nutcracker or kick it off with the at Radio City Music Hall!
Have a magical holiday season!