There really is no better place to enjoy cold-weather activities during the winter than New York City. With so many things to do in NYC in winter, from New York Fashion Week to catching the hottest Broadway shows and so much more, visitors to the Big Apple are truly have so many choices.

Winter Activities in NYC to Delight All Ages

Base Yourself at the Manhattan Club

The Manhattan Club is the perfect base from which to attend all these exciting winter events. Not only are we well located, but after a full day of fun activities, you can look forward to relaxing in the comfort of our spacious suites, complete with everything you need for a comfortable stay.

Winter Carnival – visitors to the city love embracing the frosty weather for a winter celebration. The carnival is a jam-packed weekend of skating, curling, dancing, and a range of musical performances. There’s also an outdoor winter brew house and warming lodge. The skating events are the perfect chance to showcase the national champions, synchronized skating teams, and top athletes from the Special Olympics.

Ice Skating Rinks– winter in New York City and ice skating go hand-in-hand. Some of the most popular rinks include the Rink at Rockefeller Center, Trump Rink, and Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park. Ice rinks can also be found throughout Brooklyn and Queens.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade– you don’t need to be Irish to turn up for the infamous NYC St. Patrick’s Day parade. The parade is one of the oldest and largest of its kind, and visitors and locals alike delight in donning their best green outfits for the day, as they watch marching bands and bagpipers march up Fifth Avenue all the way to 79th Street.

Restaurant Week -experience some of New York City’s finest cuisine during the Restaurant Week. This popular 2 week event is hosted by the city every winter and summer and features a delicious variety of participants. The restaurants that take part in Restaurant Week offer diners a pre fixe menu with a sampling of appetizers, entrees and desserts. It’s a great opportunity to try some extraordinary delicacies at a discounted price.

Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting Ceremony – Every year hundreds of people flock to Rockefeller Center to watch the most famous Christmas Tree light up the night and kick off the holiday season. This fun filled evening features live entertainment and is broadcast on television. Once the tree is lit, visitors to the city can see the tree through the beginning of January.

Radio City Christmas Spectacular – There is no better way to jump start the holiday season than with a trip to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. See the famous Rockettes kick up their heels in this fabulous, festive show that keeps audiences coming back year after year. If you’ll be visiting NYC in the winter, this is a show you won’t want to miss.

Broadway 2 for 1 Tickets – Take advantage of NYC Broadway Week and purchase 2 fo1 tickets to today’s hottest shows. With so many great shows to choose from like Kinky Boots, Aladdin and The Lion King, you may have to hit the theaters more than once!