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Bryant Park Winter Events

New Year's in Bryant Park
Searching for your last activities of 2011? Or something to welcome in 2012?
 
How about these weekend choices in Bryant Park:

Celsius rinkside restaurantOverhead view of Bryant ParkBryant Park Holiday Tree

Ring in New Year’s Eve rinkside at Celsius
Limited tickets available here.


Pose for next year’s holiday card at the tree.
 
Glide across the Citi Pond ice, stroll through The Holiday Shops, and spin around Le Carrousel all weekend long.  Check hours here.
 
Warm up fireside and under the heat lamps at the Southwest Porch.

 


This Week in the Park
Check out this week’s schedule below.

 


Citi Pond at Bryant Park
Extended holiday hours through Friday, December 30
8am – Midnight


New Year's Eve, Saturday, December 31
8am – 8pm

Regular Hours Resume Sunday, January 1, 2012
Sunday
Thursday: 8am – 10pm
Friday & Saturday: 8am – Midnight



 

The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park
Open daily through Sunday, January 8, 2012
Monday – Friday: 11am – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 9pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm

With extended hours at various shops.


 

The Southwest Porch
Open daily
12pm – 10pm


 

Le Carrousel
December and January Hours
Sunday – Thursday: 11am – 9pm
Friday & Saturday: 11am – 10pm

Special Holiday Hours
New Year's Eve, Saturday, December 31
  10am – 6pm
New Year's Day, Sunday, January 1
  10am – 6pm


10 Shopping Days Left
Not quite satisfied by your holiday gifts?
 
Treat yourself to something special from The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park during the final ten days of shopping this season.
 The Holiday Shops at Bryant Park
And before your visit, check out the Bryant Blog’s Shop the Season series for shop reviews.
 
Donate a Coat
Give back this season and donate your gently used winter coats. 
 New York Cares Coat Drive
The annual New York Cares Coat Drive is on at Citi Pond.
 
Click here for more information on how to donate.
 

Know Your Park
Did you know that Bryant Park …

…was the site of the four-acre Croton Reservoir from 1842 – 1846?
Croton Reservoir


…served as an encampment for Union Army troops during the Civil War?
Civil War Encampment
Josephine Shaw Lowell Memorial Fountain


grew vegetables during a brief stint as a demonstration garden in 1917?
 Demonstration Garden

Bryant Park’s rich and varied history is chronicled regularly on the Bryant Park Blog series, From the Archive.
Michael Fuchs, Chairman Bryant Park Corporation | Clyde E. Rankin, III & L. Robert Lieb, Co-Chairmen Bryant Park Management Corp. | Daniel A. Biederman, President Bryant Park Management Corp., Executive Director Bryant Park Corporation
 
1065 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 2400 New York, NY 10018 | Tel 212.768.4242 | Fax 212.719.3499

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