Holiday Light Limousine Tours
Long Island, NY
Top of the World Limo, Ltd. is offering Holiday Light Limousine Tours for the months of November and December to holiday spots located in Long Island and NYC. When searching holiday light limousine tours Long Island, sit back, relax, and let us be your chauffeur. Call us today for our limousine tours at (631) 544-9477.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular
The Radio City Christmas Spectacular returns to Radio City Music Hall with an incredible new opening number. Join the cast and the world-famous Rockettes as they debut an original song featuring stunning new sets, costumes, stage effects and a new precision tap routine!
November 10th-13th, 15th-30th
Rockefeller Tree Lighting Ceremony
Come and take part in the 76rd Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. The Tree Lighting Ceremony will be a star-studded event broadcast live on NBC. Hundreds of thousands of people visit the most famous tree in the world yearly to celebrate the holidays at Rockefeller Center.
The Ice Rink at Rockefeller Center
The ice-skating rink at Rockefeller Center attracts over a quarter million people each year. This ice skating rink is open from October to April. The skating surface is 122 feet long and 59 feet wide and can accommodate only 150 skaters at one time.
The Christmas Tree at EAB Plaza
This is Long Island’s very own Rockefeller Center, located at the EAB Plaza in Uniondale, across from the Nassau Coliseum. This is a welcoming, seasonal rink that is amazing to see when the tree is on display. This year’s tree is an 80-foot fir illuminated with 40,000 lights. Before or after your skate, you can tour the lobby of the plaza, which has seasonal displays and Santa before Christmas.
Department Store Windows
Thousands of people come and visit New York City every year to see the beautifully designed department store windows. These windows are transformed into miniature holiday worlds. Come and see:
Macy’s at Herald Square
Lord & Taylor at Fifth Ave
Saks Fifth Avenue
Its holiday season and that means dancing mice, and little toy soldiers. George Balanchine’s Nutcracker, is originally choreographed and its a standard classic.
November 26th to January 2nd
New York State Theatre, Lincoln Center Plaza