Christmas in NYC is over, but don't weep. Some of your favorite festive attractions like the NYBG Holiday Train Show are still open through a portion of 2018. Another major holiday attraction that still welcomes visitors during the colder months is the Winter Village at Bryant Park, which is open through March 4.
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The winter wonderland's holiday shops closed for the season as of yesterday, but you can still ice-skate for free on the 17,000-square-foot rink (you may bring your own skates or rent for $20) and grab a bite to eat at rink-side pop-up restaurant Public Fare which serves coffee, snacks, sandwiches and soup during the day as well as dinner and drinks during the evening.
Now's a good time to check out the Winter Village if you haven't been—less tourists and holiday shoppers equals more room to glide on the slick stuff!