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Thanksgiving Weekend in NYC

Spend your Thanksgiving in the Big Apple! Enjoy a weekend of fun activities for the whole family as you explore New York City. Start the holiday season in the biggest city in the country. Come and see the spectacular Thanksgiving Day Parade and join the grand celebration. Go Black Friday shopping in the new Westfield World Trade Center Mall (The Oculus); directly across from the 9/11 Memorial.
Get in the holiday spirit with NYC. Come see the Radio City Rockettes perform the Christmas Spectacular show; or catch a Broadway play. For the kids, Macy’s Santaland opens on Black Friday, so be sure to check it out.
Complete your trip with a tour of the city with us. Explore the city with the family, and City Tales Sightseeing and Private Tours. When you visit New York City, experience it to the fullest. We will make sure your group experiences all the fun and excitement that New York City has to offer. With City Tales Tours, you can see the sights and sounds of the Big Apple, the way you were meant to see them.

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