Although being the most beautiful time of the year, Christmas can be a real challenge when it comes to shopping at your favorite store. Huge waiting lines, crowded stores, are a real issue at this time of the year. However, these are just small things to worry about, when compared to the magic that this time of the year, brings to us. So, grab some money and good will, and let´s go shopping. Ladies will love this one.
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In the lower level of this shop, you’ll find a life-size, 24-exhibit Christmas Village featuring Mrs. Claus’s Café, a nativity scene, Santa’s Workshop, a toy-making school for the elves and more. It’s open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, and tickets are $5.
The Christmas Cottage
This tiny Midtown store feels a little like revisiting the past when the holidays were less maniacal LED and more soft candlelight. The place is crowded with tourists, and that´s the main reason why the place is full of ornaments and popular New York items.
Christmas Village in NYC
Filled with Christmas goodies, (including 21 exhibits of animatronics bringing the holidays to life), this is a mandatory place to your Christmas shopping. Head to the ornament shop, where you can get free personalization on anything you can imagine.
By law, SoHo Trees can’t officially open before Thanksgiving. But when it does, you can expect a real big dose of spectacularity. Even if you aren´t in the shopping mood, you are welcome to just walking around and pretend you’re living in a winter wonderland.
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House of Holiday
Prepare to come across loads of New England charm, nativity scenes, angel décor, winter villages and more. It’s the biggest holiday store in NYC, and there are millions of things to explore. Prepare to stay awhile, and I assure that you will feel like a kid again.
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