RockCenterXmasTreesChristmas in NY

A Most Wonderful Time of the Year! Nothing quite compares to NYC during the Christmas Season. The streets are filled with thousands of twinkling lights, buildings wrapped in holiday decorations, and giant snowflakes. Festive dinner in Little Italy, Holiday Light Tour, Great Shopping, dining and entertainment!

4thJulyFireworks_MG_4145_PhilKlineMacy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular

Happy Birthday America! From Broadway to Carnegie Hall, NYC knows how to put on a dazzling show. Fireworks fans of all ages can celebrate up close and personal from a ship in the Harbor after a “birthday” dinner! Guided Sightseeing Tour of NYC includes patriotic visits to Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and National 9/11 Memorial.

proud_partner[1]2014 Veterans Day Parade

November 9-12, 2014 marks the 50th Anniversary Vietnam War Commemoration. The never properly declared Vietnam War was the longest (at that time) and most controversial military conflict in US History… More than 58,000 members of the US Armed Services lost their lives and over 300,000 were wounded. For complex reasons, Americans never provided Vietnam Veterans with any kind of proper thank you and “welcome home”… this is all about to change and you can be here for it! See the 95th NYC Veterans Day Parade, a televised event and USO Tribute Concert: “The Vietnam Years” featuring Bob Hope impersonator, Company “B” Singers, Big Band and “Go Go Girls”.

stPatricksDayParadeSt. Patrick’s Day Parade

The Luck of the Irish! The NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade is our country’s oldest and proudest Irish tradition, marching for the first time 250 years ago, on March 17, 1762 – fourteen years before the Declaration of Independence. The parade marches up Fifth Avenue, clan by clan, boasting over 300,000 marchers and viewed by over 3 million spectators lining Fifth Avenue. It is a televised event. Enjoy a Traditional St. Patty’s Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner in local Irish Pub and our Award-winning Irish Immigrant Heritage Tour of NYC!

Thanksgiving Day ParadeMacy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

A New York City tradition for more than 85 years, see all your favorite cartoon characters come to life, hear the country’s best marching bands up front just like a New Yorker! Get the inside scoop and watch the balloons come to life the day before the parade! Fill up on a traditional Thanksgiving dinner and enjoy a guided “Black Friday” shopping tour.