If you are looking for a safe outdoor and less crowded Christmas activity you got to the right place. I will show you some of the most festive spots during Christmas on the Upper East Side that you can visit.
While most tourists wander around Rockefeller Center and check out other popular attractions nearby I highly recommend spending some time around Upper East Side. This part of Manhattan is a great alternative to admire beautiful holiday decorations at you own pace. Just walk the streets from 60s to 80s and you will easily stumble into most of them. I intentionally did not list the exact locations so you can wander around the streets and discover even more amazingly decorated brownstones. Additionally the area is full of nice restaurants, cafes, shops, galleries and museums. Just grab hot chocolate, check out the latest fashion street trends and look for the holiday spirit. Take your time and indulge into Christmas atmosphere.
Looking for even more holiday attractions during Christmas in New York? Check out my post Christmas In New York City – Holiday Guide.
But for now, let’s check out some of the best decorated houses on Upper East Side.
Some other interesting places worth checking out while you are on the Upper East Side:
- Visit Comic Strip Live where Jerry Seinfeld and many other famous comedians got their start
- Check out the world-renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art which features a permanent collection of over 2 million works
- Explore Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum one of eight Frank Floyd Wright buildings designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Take a class or see a talk at the 92Y – a cultural and community center
- Learn Pottery at Earthworksnyc – pottery studio that offers workshops on topics like. Rake, glazing, and altering shapes
There is no other place like New York City so enjoy your time here. I hope you liked the post. Please let me know in a comment if you are planning to stroll around Upper East Side during this Christmas season in New York City. Happy Holidays!
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