New York City, home of NYCSCC and its exciting Flatiron/Chelsea flagship value conference center, is a renowned holiday wonderland that attracts thousands of tourists every year. The corner of Central Park South and 59th Street is home to one of the largest menorahs in the world, currently lit for Hanukkah. Rockefeller Center's Christmas tree, to say nothing of its famous ice skating rink, draw thousands of visitors every year. For those who celebrate Kwanzaa, the American Museum of Natural History will host a one-night fete of African dance music and celebration. Visitors must stop by Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's and Bergdorf Goodman to feast their eyes on the gorgeous holiday window displays.