LèMert Loves New York! Holiday Activities 2021

The streets of New York have been in our dreams since forever thanks to so many movies and TV series showing what life is like in the Big Apple! Add the sparkling Christmas lights and the holiday season is even more special! If you’re lucky enough to have the opportunity to visit New York this holiday season, then these activities are a must visit during your trip!

The Market at Westfield World Trade Center

Tick off your Christmas shopping list at the Westfield World Trade Center market, where you’ll find locally made products, stalls, live performances, and plenty of opportunity to capture some amazing shots to make all your friends jealous. A trip to New York isn’t complete without some retail therapy and the Westfield Market has it all!

Bryant Park Winter Village

Enjoy skating, shopping and dining at the Bryant Park Winter Village. If you’re lucky you might even catch Santa so you can let him know in time for Christmas what your holiday wishes are. There’s plenty to do for kids and adults with festive activities for all.

Union Square Holiday Market

If you didn’t find what you needed at the Westfield, or you’re looking for something different, head over to the Union Square holiday market. This European style Christmas market features artisan crafts and goods, so you’ll be sure to find something for everyone!

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree and Ice Skating

Visit quite possibly the world’s most famous Christmas tree at the Rockerfella Center, and take a selfie of this memorable visit to the heart of New York. This year the tree is 79ft tall, is approximately 85 years old, and features over 50,000 lights! Take your time to soak up the atmosphere as you skate on the outdoor rink with the tree as a stunning backdrop!

Central park Skating

If you’re enjoying the outdoor skating, then head over to Central Park to enjoy the contrast of the gorgeous trees and city apartment blocks. As we know, real estate in the area is at a premium, so you can take time to appreciate the architecture and imagine what it’s like to be lucky enough to live with this gorgeous view.

Travel to the United States and Coronavirus

We recommend checking on current travel advice from the US government before you travel to check entry requirements and local restrictions as a result of the Coronavirus global pandemic. The latest information can be found here. Remember also to check if there are any additional requirements for reentry to your home country from the United States.