For more than 70 years, thousands of brides have traveled to Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City to find their wedding day looks. From the moment you walk through the doors, you’ll feel the magic of Kleinfeld. Not only does Kleinfeld have 30,000 square feet filled with the largest selection of wedding dresses in the world, it also has the greatest professional staff of over 200 employees who are dedicated to finding and perfecting your bridal look.
Are you visiting Kleinfeld during the holiday season to shop for your wedding dress? Well, then listen up! New York City is notorious for being an amazing city to visit during the holiday season. From shopping, to exploring and plenty of entertainment, there’s so much to do. Before you shop or after you say “yes!”, check out these top sights to see and do during your visit.
Rockefeller Christmas Tree
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The Rockefeller Christmas Tree is arguably the biggest holiday tradition here in New York. While looking at the tree with your loved ones, you can also look down at people skating on the seasonal ice rink (and maybe even skate yourself).
Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall
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The Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall is home to the one and only Rockettes! Enjoy as they kick and dance in sync to some of your favorite Christmas songs and stories. Plus, the area around Radio City Music Hall is great for some classic NYC sightseeing.
Bryant Park Winter Village
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Located behind the New York Public Library, the winter village has it all. Ice skating, a beautiful tree, delicious food and plenty of stores to browse and find handmade gifts for your loved ones.
Kleinfeld has special holiday windows every year. Even those who are not shopping at Kleinfeld can enjoy our beautiful windows. Once you’ve visited ours, make sure to go see the spectacular displays at Saks 5th Ave, Tiffany & Co., Macy’s and Bergdorf Goodman.
South Street Seaport Christmas Tree
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If you want to avoid crowds, there are other great places to see a beautiful Christmas tree in NYC. Head downtown to the Financial District to see the Christmas Tree at South Street Seaport. We love this display because after taking pictures and enjoying the tree, there are plenty of restaurants and shops to enjoy afterwards.
Holiday Train Show
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Whether you’re traveling with children or you’re a kid at heart, take the time to visit the train show at the New York Botanical Gardens to see all of the New York City landmarks miniaturized and made out of natural materials.
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Celebrate finding the dress of your dreams inside of an igloo on a New York City rooftop! Checkout the Igloo Bar at 230 Fifth Rooftop. These igloos are heated to keep you warm—and the delicious spiked winter drinks will too.