Bank of America Winter Village in Bryant Park will be back this holiday season
Photo: Angelito Jusay for Bank of America Winter Village in Bryant Park
Bank of America Winter Village in Bryant Park is excited to once again host its most popular attractions this winter.
This annual New York City staple brings holiday cheer in exchange for its 20th season from Friday October 29, 2021 through Sunday March 6, 2022. It’s the only event in New York City that offers free skating entry, but isn’t limited to customers who like to shop in the holiday market and eat delicious food.
The 17,000 square foot ice rink is completely outdoor and guests can enjoy free skating or watch skating shows. Visitors can expect to do a lot of activities and see different events happening throughout the season. To make reservations for skating time or rentals can be placed in advance in line and new skating reservation dates will be posted as they arise. There will be free entry to skate if you bring your own skating shoes, but don’t worry, skate rentals, premium skates and other additional offers will be available. Bryant Park wants its guests to remember that masks are encouraged and continues to implement additional cleaning protocols throughout the day to ensure that high contact surfaces and shared rental equipment are sanitized and safe to use. use.
Rain or shine, Bank of America Winter Village will be open to visitors daily. Their operating hours are flexible with Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday to Sunday (and holidays) 8 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Visitors can shop at the European-inspired open-air market featuring artisans from around the world and over 170 new and old merchants. They can shop for local crafts and exquisite gifts. The holiday market is housed in custom designed “jewelry box” kiosks and is open daily until January 2. Visitors can find these stores located along the walkways and terraces of Bryant Park.
In addition to a portion of this season’s vacation shopping, Bank of America has made it possible to create a feature called Small Business Spotlight, featuring four small minority-owned businesses in New York City who will get the chance to display their products in a stand without rent. . This allows visitors to get out there and support the city’s local small businesses.
In addition, The Lodge by Prime Video, an outdoor getaway by the rink, is a space where adults can relax over a festive cocktail, enjoy delicious food, watch the skaters or admire the Christmas tree. .
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