New York Seasonal December 23, 2016
6 Main Streets In New York That Are Pure Magic During Christmastime
For some of us, the holiday season doesn’t quite come alive until we see our favorite towns covered in sparkling lights and seasonal cheer. With the big day right around the corner and Santa on his way, these 6 Main Streets in the Empire State are pure magic to visit during Christmastime.
The small town of Skaneateles comes to life during the month of December, celebrating their annual Dickens Christmas along Genesee Street. You can enjoy the seasonal festivities one last time on December 24th from 12PM until 2:30PM, with full details
2. Lake George
Explore the beautiful Canada Street that runs through Lake George to soak in the seasonal beauty. Along the town's main street visitors can enjoy all of the shops that are still open during winter, along with the wonderful Shepard Park and frozen over lake that always provides stunning scenery.
3. Lake Placid
If you've never taken a trip up to Lake Placid during this time of year, you're missing out! Running along Mirror Lake, Main Street looks absolutely picturesque when its frosted over in snow and lit up with holiday lights that will bring a smile to your face.
Head on down to Market Street in the city of Corning and you'll be greeted with magnificent Christmas lights that have the ability to make even the Grinch himself feel cheerful. The Crystal City can be found decked out in beautiful decorations, bringing joy to anyone who decides to visit the area.
A main street that's lovely to stroll down any time of year, Saratoga is known for hosting several seasonal events and festivals around Christmastime. Dedicate an evening to walking down Broadway to discover all of the lights and Christmas trees that you'll find on this stretch of the city, you won't regret it!
6. New York City
One of the most wonderful places to visit in the Big Apple during Christmastime is Bryant Park. The famous park turns into a Christmas village during December, with holiday shops and festive lights that will have your jaw dropping. Interested in seeing more of the city? Take a ten minute walk to Rockefeller Center and you'll be able to enjoy another winter world that you'll only be able to fully appreciate once you see it with your own two eyes.
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