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Winter Village at Bryant Park

winter village bryant park

November 19 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 pm

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An event every day that begins at 8:00 am, repeating until December 31, 2021

Bryant Park
42nd Street & Fifth Avenue
New York, NY

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Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly

FREE

* Watch skaters – or skate yourself on the city’s only free rink. Online advance reservations required.  Dates for skating reservations roll out daily  two weeks before skate time.

* Skate Rentals are $15-$45; discounted during off-peak hours and dates. Helmets also availble ($6).  Penguin skate aids available for younger kids ($22, free before 11 am on weekends, and noon on weekdays).

* A small drawstring “shoe bag,” complimentary with skate rentals, or a small backpack can be worn onto the ice for shoes and small personal items, or bring your own drawstring bag or backpack under 16”x18”. For larger items, purchase bag check online ($5-$15). No lockers this year.

* Browse Holiday Shops, a European inspired open-air market curated by Urbanspace featuring artisans from around the world. Shop for local crafts, artisan provisions, and exquisite gifts from around the world in housed in custom-designed, “jewel box” kiosks (11 am-8 pm).

* Try all sorts of international food, including ramen, macarons, crepes and chocolate in the market or cozy up with a festive cocktail and food to watch the ice skaters at the now open-air The Lodge. Sweet and savory treats also available at koisks and booths throughout the park, or visit beloved Sweedish bakery Ole & Steen or French patisserie Angelina Paris, both at Sixth Ave & 40th Street.

* Ride the small, charming Le Carrousel specially created to complement the park’s French classical style, with brightly colored animals and French cabaret music (11 am-7 pm daily, $3/ride).

* Special events include Ice Theatre of New York pop up concerts on the rink Tuesday-Thursday 1 pm, Wednesday evening Radio Rewind retro tunes for skating, juggling demos and more.

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* Watch skaters – or skate yourself on the city’s only free rink. Online advance reservations required.  Dates for skating reservations roll out daily  two weeks before skate time.

* Skate Rentals are $15-$45; discounted during off-peak hours and dates. Helmets also availble ($6).  Penguin skate aids available for younger kids ($22, free before…

More info