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The Best Things To Do On Thanksgiving 2022 New York

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Thanksgiving is a national holiday observed in the US, Canada, Liberia, and a few Caribbean islands. 90 Native Americans and 53 Pilgrims participated in the three-day first feast. Today, a lot of people celebrate this holiday with their loved ones. The fact that there is so much to do and see makes celebrating in New York City exhilarating.

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America’s most celebrated holiday is Thanksgiving. The first time it was observed was in 1621 between the Pilgrims and the American Indians. Thanksgiving is a national holiday in the United States.

Thanksgiving 2022 New York

When is Thanksgiving?

The fourth Thursday in November is always when Thanksgiving is observed. Thanksgiving will fall on November 24, 2022. The commencement of “Black Friday” shopping, which precedes Christmas and New Year’s Eve, also signifies the unofficial beginning of the holiday season. The holiday represents giving thanks, listing one’s blessings, and spending time with close friends and family.

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What occurs at Thanksgiving?

The day off from work is observed by all Americans. Unless you’re one of the unhappy few who has to work that day in the healthcare, hospitality, or another service sector. On Thanksgiving Day, all banks, offices of the government, and most businesses are closed. Therefore, most Americans either enjoy their day off by sleeping in or getting up early to watch the parade, either in person in Manhattan or on television. A large supper and an American football game are customarily enjoyed by friends and family at home later in the day.

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How should one spend Thanksgiving 2022 New York?

Make plans to see Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade! Additionally, live television coverage is available (channel NBC). Another Thanksgiving tradition, the National Dog Show, takes place right after the parade. Thanksgiving tradition is watching movies after supper (at home or in the cinema). The evening will likely be quieter and slower-paced than usual because many Broadway musicals and museums are closed on Thanksgiving Day.

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Thanksgiving night is a good time to start your Black Friday shopping. Do you desire a front-row seat without having to stand in line early in the morning for your location during the parade? Then reserve a spot at this brunch for the Thanksgiving Day Parade. Along the path on 6th Avenue, the breakfast is held in the ideal spot.

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The Thanksgiving Dinner Cruise is something I recommend doing if you want to do something unique on Thanksgiving. The executive chef will prepare a delicious supper while you take in the evening skyline of Manhattan. It’s the ideal method for unwinding. If you’re determined to shop, you’ll be able to partake in the Black Friday craziness as you’ll be back at 22:00.

Thanksgiving Eve

People are permitted to stroll beside the parade’s enormous balloons as they wait on the Upper West Side near Central Park in anticipation of the next day. This happens on the eve of Thanksgiving. The balloons are inflated between 12:00 and 18:00, giving onlookers the first sight of these one-of-a-kind balloon artworks coming to life. The American Museum of Natural History is situated on Central Park West between West 77th and 81st Street, so if you’re in town the evening before Thanksgiving and want to see this for yourself, head there.

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