4th of July in New York City

A special holiday event in New York City -- including
PICNIC in the PARK at Tavern on the Green ...

PLUS an evening cruise to view the spectacular MACY'S FIREWORKS extravaganza!

4th of July will be an Independence Day you'll never forget! During this exciting vacation you'll be a guest at an exclusive Picnic in the Park -- a wonderful lunch buffet in Central Park at world-famous Tavern on the Green!

... and in the evening you'll see the world-renowned Macy's Fireworks Display
from New York Harbor aboard a
Dinner Cruise!

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Sheraton New York Guest Room

Times Square

Fireworks in New York Harbor

New York Skyline

New York Skyline

Picnic in the Park at Tavern on the GreenPicnic in the Park from 1:30 until 4pm, enjoy a picnic unlike any other ... at legendary Tavern on the Green in the heart of Central Park! Burgers, dogs, ribs and chicken, salads -- all prepared buffet-style and served in the beautiful outdoor Garden. Unlimited beer, wine and soda is included as well as a tasty ice cream sundae bar for dessert. Transportation from a convenient midtown location to Tavern on the Green is provided for you. Transportation is also provided from Tavern on the Green to and from the pier for the Fireworks Cruise.

 

 


Harbor CruiseDinner Cruise You'll enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of historical Manhattan before you set sail on a City Lights dinner cruise to get the best view of the Macy’s Fireworks display. Enjoy a buffet and open bar. Dance to the DJ's hits, or relax and stroll under a canopy of stars with an unparalleled view of the city skyline.

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NOTE: Guests will join other passengers on the Cruises. Open deck space for viewing fireworks may be limited and is not guaranteed. Due to security precautions, departure and return times of the cruise, as well as positioning in New York Harbor, is controlled by city and federal authorities. Neither the cruise/boat operator, nor NYCVP, can deviate from the times and itinerary. It has been our experience that once the boats depart their docks, they sail directly to their viewing position in the East River where they anchor. Therefore we suggest you bring books, games or other items that would keep your children occupied, as well as hats and sun-screen.