Wedding anniversaries are a time to celebrate love, commitment, and an enduring partnership. If you have a wedding anniversary coming up – whether it be your first or your 50th year of marriage – chances are you’d like to make it special. New York City is a wonderful destination to have a romantic break and celebrate a wedding anniversary with your spouse. However, with a wealth of activities from which to choose, it can be hard to know what to do for a wedding anniversary in New York. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Make it unique. Your wedding anniversary only comes around once per year, so it is important to make it special and unique. While a normal trip to New York City may not call for anything special, a wedding anniversary trip to the Big Apple does. A helicopter NYC tour is one really special way to show your spouse how much you love and appreciate them, even after years of marriage. Taking to the skies over one of the most romantic cities on earth, and sharing beautiful and sweeping views of some of the most iconic landmarks in America, certainly fits the bill as being special. Helicopter NYC tour experiences truly are the perfect way to mark an occasion as special as your commitment to each other.
After your helicopter NYC tour experience, and once you’ve had your fill of the New York City skyline (if that’s ever possible), spend the rest of your time in New York City doing equally romantic things. If you and your spouse share a common passion, such as a love for food, theatre, or art, be sure to build in time to enjoy New York City’s wonderful attractions that will feed this interest. Spend hours discussing art while wondering around the world-famous Museum of Modern Art. If there is a particular show you want to see, plan ahead to get tickets. Otherwise, it is often possible to get last minute tickets to some Broadway and off-Broadway shows, as long as you’re not picky about which one you see.
Cap off the night with a romantic late night dinner at one of New York’s wonderful restaurants. Whether you’d prefer a quaint bistro and a bottle of Chianti in Little Italy or a table for two at one of New York’s hottest restaurants, the city has something to suit every taste. The most important thing, after all, is that you enjoy it with your spouse!