While some places shut down when it gets colder, New York State becomes a winter wonderland. Sapphire limousine is here to give you a ride through this wonderland. There’s always something to do here! Enjoy one of the most quintessential NYC experiences: Broadway Shows, walk in Brooklyn bridge, grand central terminal.
1) Broadway shows
Broadway shows are one of the most popular tourist attractions in New York City. Most people who have never bothered to see a Broadway show don’t know what they are missing out on. The truth is that a Broadway musical or theater event, is something that needs to be experienced to be truly admired.The majority of people who go see theater for the first time, always end up going back again. Once a person experiences the thrill of live theater, they learn to appreciate it. And even love it. If you haven’t already been to a Broadway show, or seen live theater, go see one right away. Once you see your first one, it’s almost guaranteed you will be back for more.
2) Brooklyn bridge
Brooklyn bridge, the bridge offers one of the most authentic and stirring New York City experiences .why is it crowded ? It’s not because it’s beautifully designed, Everyone’s walking because the bridge is a happening. Access to the Brooklyn Bridge is 24 hours per day and it is beautiful at any time of day, but sunset is particularly nice!
This way, you can take in the views of both Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty while there is still light out and then watch as all the sights come to life with electric wonder.
3) Grand Central Terminal
Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York is the world’s largest railway station. It’s a hub of activity with free family friendly holiday events. It’s a gorgeous, restored Beaux Arts building. And it’s a great place to wile away a few hours indoors if it is raining, snowing or just too cold to walk around outside. Every year, Grand Central hosts a Holiday Fair in Vanderbilt Hall, on the Main Concourse. Open November to Christmas Eve, the Holiday Fair features artisans, craftspeople and local businesses. Just walking through the market can put you in a festive spirit and it is a good place to pick up last minute gifts. Vanderbilt Hall hosts other special events throughout the year.