Activities

Free Things To Do This Christmas and Holiday Season in





Joy abounds in the holiday season…and so do expenses. Between presents, family portraits, holiday feasting, vacation plans, and other expenditures, it’s easy to burn a hole in your wallet. That’s why we’ve worked hard to identify ways to enjoy seasonal fun in Westchester and the Hudson Valley that are FREE. And who doesn’t love a bargain? 

From craft-making to stage performances, community festivities, to light shows, we’ve got the goods. And whether you plan to attend a tree-lighting celebration or a menorah-lighting event, we’ve got that, too. We’ve even got ways to meet Santa—even to have breakfast with Santa. All free.

Just think: With all the money you’ll save with these freebies, you can budget the funds to attend these must-do holiday attractions for Westchester kids, snag tickets to holiday performances, or buy presents at holiday craft fairs. We’ve captured many more ways to savor the season in our Holiday Guide, where you’ll find more holiday resources like our roundup of Polar Express and Christmas train rides and other ways to spark joy. There’s a lot more where this came from (and more on the way), so you better watch out—er, keep an eye on our activities calendar!

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