Winter Village returns to Bryant Park – The Ticker


The Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park is back for its 19th season after more than a year of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This winter wonderland will open from October 29, 2021 to March 6, 2022 and will operate Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

According to The villager. People can skate in freestyle, engage in several activities, or watch skating performances.

Skate rentals and reservations can be made easily online, and reservation slots are posted two weeks in advance, according to the Winter Village. Web page.

The Winter Village features a market inspired by European culture that features global artisans and spotlights 170 new and current vendors, each positioned in gazebos that look like jewelry boxes, according to The villager. The Holiday Market will be open every day until January 2, which will become the perfect destination to buy local art and beautiful gifts.

Bank of America will also spotlight four minority-owned small businesses with Small Business Spotlight. These companies will have the opportunity to present and sell their products in a kiosk without having to pay rent.

The Village also has an Amazon Prime pop-up store called Lodge by Prime Video, which has an outdoor lounge area where visitors can enjoy cocktails and food, watch the ice skaters, or gaze at the Christmas tree for heighten their holiday spirit.

The pop-up will run until the end of November, and it will show a variety of different movies and TV shows like “The Electrical Life of Louis Wain”, “Being the Ricardos”, “VAL”, “The Tender Bar “, “The Pursuit of Love”, “With Love” and “Harlem”. Lodge by Prime Video patrons can scan the QR codes on the tables and watch movie trailers to decide which ones they would like to see.

In regards to COVID-19 regulations, masks are recommended at the Winter Village and Bryant Park staff will always follow strict daily hygiene rules to ensure high contact areas and rental gear are safe. .


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