Holiday Events and Toy Drive Collection Bin at The High Line Hotel

The High Line Hotel looks extra cozy behind this bright Red Sprite winterberry bush. Photo by Barry Munger

The High Line Hotel invites neighbors and visitors to take part in a series of free events celebrating the arrival of the holiday season. The hotel’s historic, majestic grounds provide the perfect setting for holiday season festivities – Clement Clark Moore’s beloved poem "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" was written there more than 175 years ago!

Tree Lighting Ceremony and Toy Drive

Wednesday, December 3, from 5:00 to 8:00 PM

180 Tenth Avenue (at 20th Street)

Enjoy the spectacular lighting of the hotel’s Christmas tree, including caroling, treats, hot chocolate, warm cider, and special visits from Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, and Alvin and the Chipmunks.

Christmas Caroling

Thursday, December 11, and Thursday, December 18, from 5:00 to 7:00 PM

180 Tenth Avenue (at 20th Street)

Sing along to classic Christmas carols, and mingle to enjoy treats, hot chocolate, and warm cider.

The hotel will also be collecting donations for the High Line’s annual  Neighborhood Toy Drive, which collects gifts for more than 400 local families. To contribute, bring new, unwrapped toys or winter gear for children ages 4 through 14 to any of these events, or drop off gifts in the hotel lobby from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM, December 1 through 12.

Friends of the High Line is grateful to be included in The High Line Hotel’s efforts to support the local community. Earlier this year, the hotel unveiled a generous, voluntary guest contribution program, whereby hotel guests have the opportunity to make a $5 contribution to Friends of the High Line. Guests’ contributions further Friends of the High Line’s efforts to keep the park clean and welcoming, and to present more than 450 free public programs each year. 

The High Line Hotel

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