Also as always, you can find a dozen FREE things to do in NYC any time on the NYCOTC list of – what else – best free things to do in NYC.
Holiday on the Hudson: Tree lighting party, live music you can sing and dance to by the All-City High School Chorus, make holiday decorations. 4-5 p.m. at West Harlem Pier Park, 125th St. and the Hudson River. Event website. 4:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
There are four family-friendly Hanukkah events, including concerts, arts and crafts workshops and storytelling, at the Jewish Museum, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Winter Garden at Brookfield Place, and JCC of Manhattan. See the details of each on yesterday’s full NYCOTC posting.
Ongoing NYC weekend events:
Ride the MTA Nostalgia Train: Every Sunday in December, take a ride on a vintage NYC subway for a regular MetroCard fare. See the recent NYCOTC posting for schedules and stops.
Holiday Train Show at Grand Central Terminal: The annual FREE display of miniature trains is open through early February. See thefor all the details.
Gingerbread Villages – There are three giant displays in NYC. The two in Manhattan are FREE, the one in Queens is not. See the recent NYCOTC posting for all the details.
45 Years of Sesame Street Exhibit: Who doesn’t love Elmo and Cookie Monster. This FREE exhibit takes you behind the scenes of the TV show that changed the world’s children. See the recent NYCOTC posting for all the details.
Also, check the list of best free things to do in NYC any day of the week, including weekends.