NY Holiday Sightseeing: Enchanting Light Displays Will Get You in the Holiday Spirit

During the holiday season, the city comes alive with charming and romantic light displays. Whether you’ve lived in NY your entire life or you’re just visiting for the holidays, this is a sightseeing opportunity that only comes once a year. So gather up your friends and loved ones, plan the spots you want to go in New York and rent a limousine. Viewing the lights from the warmth of the luxurious limo with wine and loved ones by your side will make for a perfect city night. Here’s what you should see:

Dyker Heights Christmas Lights: Check out the gigantic toy soldiers and Santa at the Polizzotto home at 1145 84th Street as well as the Scrooge and his ghosts of Christmas past, present and future at 1062 84th Street. They’re definitely a sight to see.

Saks Fifth Avenue Crystalline Snowflakes: Every year, starting in November, large snowflakes inspired by Wilson Bentley’s photographs light up the front of Saks Fifth Avenue (611 Fifth Ave at 49th St), sparking for all to see. Roll down the windows in your New York limousine to hear a modern version of “Carol of the Bells” to capture the full dreamlike experience.

Time Warner Center: This spectacular display of 14-foot-wide stars hanging from the mall’s ceiling sets the mood for the holiday season as they change colors to the beat of holiday favorites. The captivating display will leave you speechless. Have your limo drop you off at 10 Columbus Circle at Broadway.

So what are you waiting for? It’s time to get sightseeing! Visit FiveTownsLimo.com to rent a glamorous limousine and for even more ideas for holiday fun, check out TimeOutNewYork.com.

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