Embrace the Magic: Fall Adventures in New York City

Whether you’re a tourist or a resident, there’s plenty of fun to be had in the fall in NYC

Wendy Miller

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New York City transforms into a breathtaking wonderland every autumn. The crisp air, the vibrant foliage, and the anticipation of the holiday season make it an incredible time to explore the city. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the most enchanting activities that NYC has to offer during the fall season.

1. Bryant Park Ice Skating

Kickstart your fall adventure with a visit to Bryant Park’s ice skating rink. Nestled in the heart of Manhattan, this rink is the perfect place to glide along the ice under the shadow of skyscrapers. The atmosphere is electric, and it’s an ideal spot for creating lasting memories with family and friends.

Reserve your ice skating tickets and if you really want to make it an experience to remember, reserve your 90-minute cozy igloo session too! Enjoy some seasonal food and drinks as part of the igloo experience, then take a stroll by the gorgeous Christmas tree before you leave.

2. Savor Local Hot Chocolate

As the temperatures drop, there’s nothing cozier than sipping on a cup of hot chocolate. Explore the city’s local cafes and bakeries to discover the best hot chocolate in town. From classic versions to innovative concoctions, NYC has something for every chocolate lover. One of the best is Kahkow, at 97 North 10th Street in Brooklyn.

Try this unique trick to get the hot chocolate you really want: Add milk for a rich, creamy, chocolatey treat. But if you really want to enjoy the flavor of the chocolate with nothing else, ask to have it made it water. It’s a totally different experience!

3. Union Square Holiday Market

The Union Square Holiday Market is a treasure trove of culinary delights and unique artisanal creations. As you wander through the market’s bustling stalls, you’ll find everything from delectable street food to handmade crafts. It’s an excellent opportunity to support local businesses and sample diverse cuisines. Hot tip: Look for longer lines when getting hot chocolate —…

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