NYC Party Bus Rental for the 2019 Holiday Season
Que the bubbly Christmas jingles; the Christmas holidays are just around the corner and everyone is already starting to get excited to visit New York where their usual attractions transform into festive winter funfair! And more groups in Jersey City are taking this opportunity to an extra fun and intimate level by riding an NYC party bus from New Jersey to New York with loads of booze and food on the way.
2019 Holiday Events in New York City
Speaking of incredible things to do this winter, the city that never sleeps definitely has a lot to offer. Open-air holiday markets are one of the most visited in New York City but along with this, there are also other delightful events that make the visit totally worth it; the holiday displays on Fifth Avenue and in Dyker Heights, the highly entertaining winter carnival, and the shows appropriate for family groups like the Radio City Christmas Spectacular to name a few.
Here are the best events to visit on the coming holidays in New York:
· Union Square Holiday Market
Open from November 21st to December 24th, this outdoor market is stuffed with a wide variety of unique gifts crafted by local artists: accessories, bags, home stuff, artworks, candles, and even jewelry. They also have a lot of awesome artisanal food that your whole squad should try out. If your group has kids, you may also want to take them at the Kid’s Arts Studio.
· Grand Central Holiday Market
This indoor event which will start on November 18th and end on December 24th is also home to a lot of unique vendors and local craftsmen displaying their handmade, 100% local products ranging from artworks, clothing, home goods to toys for children. With this event’s best deals, your rented party bus will surely be loaded with lovely stuff as you head home.
Winter Village at Bryant Park Holiday Market
The city that never sleeps can also take you to different places with their European inspired outdoor market that displays over 150 unique artisans from all over the world and there is also an ice skating rink that the whole squad can enjoy for free!
To soothe your hunger, they have food kiosks too: Public Fare, Bryant Park Grill and Cafe, and Southwest Porch.
Winter Village at Bryant Park Holiday Market will be open this 31st of October and will end on January 5, 2020.
If the group is only up for tours and Christmas Lights viewing, besides Bryant Park and Grand Central, you should also visit Columbus Circle and Union Square. One extra great thing about renting a Jersey City party bus for your getaway is it makes shopping convenient, i.e. the whole squad can just easily shop together for goods as you move from one stop to another without having to worry about schlepping your bags all day, or parking in the same area.
WinterFest at the Brooklyn Museum
Another great stop for your group is the Winterfest at the Brooklyn Museum that sells over 50 beautiful holiday-decorated chalets for unique gifts, local crafts, and more. Also, you and your friends will surely have fun with their holiday scavenger hunting activity at their enchanted maze.
Group picture taking will be amazing inside their giant snow globe and with Santa Claus and after that, sweet tooth lovers can proceed on to chocolate tasting at the Candy Dome. If you rented from a party bus rental company that allows pets, then bringing your pets to Santa Pet Nights every Thursday is also a must try!
Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree
Holiday celebration in New York will not be legit without the enormous Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at the Rockefeller center. Party all you want inside the bus with your crew, but be sure to be sober enough to completely experience and witness the tree lighting ceremony on the 4th of December at 7 o’clock in the evening.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular
The Rockettes originated in St Louis but has been rocking the holidays in New York City during the annual Radio City Christmas Spectacular where the high-kicking ladies show their “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers” performance – this on top of other equally entertaining production numbers.
If you are an all-ladies group, you should include visiting the Nutcracker in your itinerary and witness the awesome Tchaikovsky’s Christmas ballet production directed by George Balanchine. It is going to be held at David Koch Theatre at the Lincoln Center in December.
Picture Taking with the Santa Claus of New York City
Apart from the tours and production numbers, your kids and grown-up filled group may want to take advantage of New York’s camera confident Santa Claus.
Catch him up at the following venues:
- Macy’s Santaland at Macy’s West 34th Street on the 8th Floor between November 29th to December 24th from 7am to 9pm
- Winter Wonderland at the Apollo Theater in Harlem at 253 west, 125th Street on December 14th for free!
- Santa at Brookfield Place at 220 Vesey street in Lower Manhattan on November 29th to December 24th
- Bloomingdale’s at 1000 Third Avenue at 49th St. 6th Floor in December
New Year’s Eve ball drop in Times Square
After partying with your friends and loved ones in your rented party bus and touring the holiday markets and events, do not forget ending your New York Trip and join thousands to millions of people in personally witnessing the New Year’s Eve ball drop in Times Square – a New York’s classic conclusion to the holiday season.
The holidays are the best time to bundle up with friends. And you can transform that into an extremely fun and memorable experience by renting a party bus all the way from your place to NYC. When you rent a party bus, you’ll have a professional chauffeur during the entire trip. Safety will no longer be a concern and you and your friends will have the best time and make the best memories of your lives.