Exploring Fall With A New York Helicopter Tour
Posted on October 3, 2018
Fall in New York is as iconic (if not more) than the pictures suggest. The leaves change colors; the fuzzy coats emerge; the city enjoys the last dregs of late-summer heat to tide them over through winter. During this time, the city comes alive with autumn celebrations. Whether you are a local or a tourist, a New York City helicopter tour above a fall-foliage clad Central Park is the perfect pairing for a fall well-spent in the big city.
The city isn’t the only stunning thing to see, though. During the fall, the entire Hudson Valley turns into a shocking landscape of reds, oranges, and yellows. Seeing this from the ground? Beautiful. Seeing this from the air? Magical. That’s what we offer with our Hudson Valley Fall Foliage Helicopter Tours. Fly over various historical landmarks like Kykuit, Tappan Zee Bridge, Indian Point, Bear Mountain, and West Point. Flights depart from Westchester Airport or Manhattan.
As you brace for the impending cold of winter, get out and enjoy the last rays of sunshine in NYC this fall. With a New York City helicopter tour, you can see the area in an entirely new way with entirely new colors.