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Top Places to Celebrate New Year's Eve

December 30, 2018
Top Places to Celebrate New Year's Eve

Looking to celebrate the new year in style? Look no further than our list below highlighting the top picks for New Year's celebrations for the upcoming event! From New York City to Las Vegas, we have cities to please everyone.


1. Chicago, Illinois.
For those looking to ring in the New Year in the Windy City, Chicago offers plenty of options for revelry. From fireworks at Navy Pier to upscale events at hotels and venues throughout town, Chicago offers a way to celebrate to fit any group. Be sure to check out the Chicago Visitors Bureau for more information.

2. Orlando, Florida.
Orlando provides a family-friendly option if you're looking to celebrate the New Year with your children in tow. Theme parks such as Walt Disney World® Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld Orlando all offer special events for the occasion. Visit the Orlando Visitors Bureau for more information on planning your celebration.

3. New Orleans, Louisiana
Home to the Allstate Sugar Bowl on New Year's Day, New Orleans provides entertainment for everyone. From a countdown to noon at the Children's Museum to raucous parties on Bourbon Street, the Big Easy caters to all levels of partiers ringing in the New Year. Visit the New Orleans Visitors Bureau for more information.

4. Las Vegas, Nevada.
If you're looking to end 2018 and begin 2019 with the largest party around, head to Las Vegas. Sin City goes above and beyond its normal level of non-stop partying to bring in the new year. With huge parties in every casino, club and restaurant in town, you are sure to find one that appeals to you. Visit the Las Vegas Visitors Bureau for more information.

5. New York City, New York.
For the traditionalist in you, consider heading to New York City to ring in the new year. Watch the ball drop in Times Square with one of the multiple on-site broadcasts of the event. There are also hundreds of parties throughout town. Be sure to check out the New York City Visitors Bureau for more information.