Hi friends, welcome back to part two of my NYC Christmas Decor must-see list! In case you missed it, I shared part one of all the decor below 34th Street here. Today I’m sharing everything I saw above 34th Street all the way up to 76th Street. I had the best time checking out all of the decorations and soaking in all of the holiday cheer. This is my final “NYC” Christmas post, but I have a few more posts to spread some holiday cheer 🙂
Leading off part two, Bryant Park is always one of my favorite spots to spend some time before Christmas.
New York Public Library – Stephen A. Schwarzmen Building – this library usually has a beautiful Christmas tree, but due to construction the tree wasn’t put up this year. The library showed some holiday cheer with garland inside and lions adorned with wreaths. Grand Central – lots of greenery and wreaths adorn this famous transportation hub
The Helmsley Building lit up in green and red.
Times Square features snow globes honoring the return of Broadway
Rockefeller Tree – the biggest, baddest Christmas Tree in NYC
Saks – this light show is always worth the crowds
St. Patrick’s Cathedral looking beautiful – I haven’t been inside yet but I’m sure it’s breathtaking
Lotte Palace – sadly the courtyard is under construction so there isn’t a tree this year, but they always have the most beautiful tree. This one is from 2019
News Corp – I saw this patriotic Christmas Tree the day before I saw on the news that somebody burned this tree down!!! I couldn’t believe it! Luckily, the tree was replaced rather quickly. NYC is resilient, especially at Christmas!
Radio City Music Hall – home of the Rockettes. We haven’t seen a show there yet, but it seems like a fun time
These ornaments at 1251 Sixth Avenue are some of the most photographed Christmas Decor in NYC.
These gigantic Candy Canes are across the street from Radio City and the giant orrnaments.
Cartier Building – on Fifth Avenue and 52nd Street always dazzles at Christmastime
Louis Vuitton – this twelve story tree was quite the sight this year
Peninsula Hotel – this is one of my favorite displays in the city.
Bergdorf Goodman always has the best window displays in my opinion
The Plaza Hotel – I finally made it inside this year to see the beautiful tree
Bloomingdales – the window displays are always worth checking out
Bloomberg Tower on 58th and Lexington Ave features a beautiful display of trees and lights
Columbus Circle Holiday Market – this is similar to the Union Square market, but seemingly less crowded. I got a donut here before I walked through Central Park to see the ice rink
The Shops at Columbus Circle – I loved this display of stars that change color
The Town Homes on 64th and 76th Street between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue decorated for the season. It seems more people decorate for Halloween than Christmas.
Kelly Ripa’s townhouse switched out the Halloween decor for a classic Christmas display.
Last but not least, the Lincoln Square Tree at 64th and Broadway on the Upper West Side.
I’m sure I’m missing 100 more, but I had so much fun seeing all of the trees and soaking in all of the holiday cheer in NYC! What was your favorite Christmas tree or decor spot?