New York City Christmas Holiday Lights and Markets Walking Tour

New York City Christmas Holiday Lights and Markets Walking Tour – Watch New York City ignite with holiday sparkle during this walking tour that explores the best of the Christmas season. Browse elegant window displays as you make your way to a series of traditional holiday markets, and shop for locally made arts, crafts, and specialty food.

New York City Christmas Holiday Lights And Markets Walking Tour

Follow your guide to see Manhattan’s spectacular holiday lights, visit the locations of beloved Christmas movies, and experience NYC at its most festive season. New York City Christmas Holiday Lights And Markets Walking Tour, is the best Christmas Tour for you.

  • Get in the Christmas spirit with this holiday walking tour of New York City
  • See Manhattan’s famous Christmas-light displays
  • Visit a total of four holiday markets filled with holiday-themed goodies
  • A guide knows which booths are best known for what items at the holiday markets

What will you see with New York City Christmas Holiday Lights And Markets Walking Tour

The Shops at Columbus Circle
Christopher Columbus is being honored here by a monument located in the center of a traffic circle that circles around the monument to go either north, south or east.

Columbus Circle
This is the first Holiday market that is being visited with many kiosks offering food, drink, arts and crafts and full of Holiday Gift ideas.

Central Park
This is the first public park in America with over 42 million visitors each year. This 843 acre park took 15 years to complete and was designed by famed architects Olmstead and Vaux. Home to the Wollman Rink, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Tavern on the Green.

Fifth Avenue
Fifth Avenue is a major thoroughfare in the borough of Manhattan. It stretches north from Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village to West 143rd Street in Harlem. It is one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world.

Bergdorf Goodman (Pass By)
Bergdorf Goodman Inc. is a luxury department store based on Fifth Avenue. This exclusive store always retains the highest quality and fashion. Christmas time brings their beautiful and avant-garde window displays.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral (Pass By)
St. Patrick’s Cathedral is a Catholic cathedral in Midtown. It is the seat of the Archbishop of New York as well as a parish church. St Patrick opened its doors in 1879.

Rockefeller Center (Exterior Visit)
Rockefeller Center is a large complex consisting of 19 commercial buildings. The holidays in NYC begin at Rockefeller Center. Whether it’s a visit to the iconic Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, a skate on the ice at the Rink, or exploring attractions and fun things to do, there’s a magic here that can’t be denied.

Saks Fifth Avenue (Pass By)
Shop the best designer clothing arrivals at Saks Fifth Avenue. During the Christmas season, they offer some of the most breathtaking decorations and window displays.

Bryant Park
The European-inspired open-air market curated by Urbanspace features artisans from New York City and around the world. Located along Bryant Park’s allées, plazas, and terraces, the Shops are housed in custom-designed, “jewel box” kiosks. Enjoy local crafts, artisan provisions, and exquisite gifts from around the world.

Grand Central Terminal
Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall hosts this enduring holiday market, where booths featuring artisans, jewelers & home goods vendors draw shoppers beneath the iconic Beaux Arts chandeliers.