Herald Square, Broadway between 34th and 35th Streets
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Macy's Holiday Windows
Macy's is home to some of New York City's most famous holiday window displays. Every year, Macy's features two series of window displays -- one set depicting scenes from the classic Christmas film Miracle on 34th Street and a second set that is new each year. The window displays are typically unveiled in early-mid November, and are always on view in time for Thanksgiving.
Macy's 2011 Holiday Windows
- 2011 "Make A Wish" Window Displays: This year Macy's windows are inspired by a partnership with "Make A Wish." Visitors can also design their own ornaments, which they can then purchase.
- 2011 "Miracle on 34th Street" Window Displays: These classic window displays are featured along 34th Street every year.
Macy's 2009 Holiday Windows
- 2009 "Miracle on 34th Street" Window Displays: These classic window displays are featured along 34th Street every year.
- 2009 Letters To Santa Window Displays: Visitors can send their own letter to Santa or just experience these bold and bright displays featuring letters to Santa from children around the world.
Macy's 2006 Holiday Windows
- 2006 Tree Themed Window Displays: Each window along Broadway at Macy's featured a different theme, including a Tree of Harmony, a Tree of Joy, a Tree of Friendship and a Tree of Love, with animated characters and music. The window displays also have interactive features, where visitors can activate movement and music within the window displays.
- 2006 "Miracle on 34th Street" Window Displays: These classic window displays are featured along 34th Street once again.