NYC Fall and Winter Events
Get settled in our garment district neighborhood, near Macys Herald Square, Empire State Building and Fifth Avenue shopping. Don't forget to check out what's happening this fall and winter season!
- November 7 - 12: Reserve your seat to this year's New York Comedy Festival drawing national headline acts featuring comedians Chris Hardwick, Bridget Everett, Tracy Morgan, Trevor Noah and more.
- November 10 - February 4, 2018: No one does meta better than L.A. artist Laura Owens, whose Pop-slash-abstract paintings play Scrabble with art history at The Whitney Museum of American Art.
- November 10 - January 1: Experiencing the legendary Rockettes is one of the season's must-see attractions. The show combines classic scenes as "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" & "New York at Christmas" in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular
- November 22 - January 15, 2018: See the amazing plant sculptures at the New York Botanical Garden's Holiday Train Show featuring miniature NYC landmarks built out of plants
- November 23: The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will usher in the holiday season with familiar sights like giant balloons, high-kicking Rockettes and Santa's sleigh, plus celebrity appearances.
- November 24 - December 31,2017: Let the dancers of the New York City Ballet mesmerize with their rendition of George Balanchine's The Nutcracker which has become one of the City's signature family-friendly traditions
- November 29 - January 7, 2018: Stop by the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree, towering above the ice rink, all decked out in its finest Swarovski holiday bling. You can also pop in to Jaques Torres Chocolates at Rock Center for the best hot chocolate
- Dates vary by store: Feast your eyes on Fifth Avenue's holiday display windows. Everyone from department stores like Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor to Macys - all who compete for the best window decor on the block
- December 12 - 19: Visit the World's Largest Hanukkah Menorah, a 32-foot-high, gold-colored, 4,000-pound steel holiday icon at Fifth Avenue and West 59th Street to celebrate the annual Jewish Festival of Lights
- December 31: Ring in 2018 in Times Square and watch the ball drop live.
- Through January 1, 2018: Check out the MoMA's "Max Ernst: Beyond Painting" who was a pioneer of both Dadaism and Surrealism. His work, distinguished by its dark, dreamlike imagery, reflected the disastrous changes in Europe resulting from World War I.
- All-year long: Forget the freezing temps and go see lemurs and tropical birds at Central Park Zoo's Tropic Zone. You can also check out the rainforest section of the Bronx Zoo, which has cool attractions like an Amazon tree boa and a Malayan mouse deer.
- Through February 4, 2018: "Modigliani Unmasked" at The Jewish Museum presents the first exhibition in the United States to focus on Amedeo Modigliani's early drawings made in the years after he arrived in Paris in 1906. The show spotlights the role his Jewish background played in the evolution of his art.
- February 14: Celebrate Valentine's day in Times Square on the most romantic day of the year where couples popped the question on a big screen, tied the knot in the heart of the City, and said "I do" all over again in a vow renewal ceremony on Duffy Square's red steps.