As Hell’s Kitchen emerges from the doom and gloom of the pandemic, the streets of the neighborhood are coming alive with holiday light displays created by businesses, homeowners and block associations. Which ones are your favorites?

This brownstone on W51st Street east of 10th Avenue has become the shining star of the block. All Photos: Phil O’Brien
Next door on W51st Street, there is the annual nativity display at the Sacred Heart of Jesus Convent.
Sombrero on W48th Street west of 8th Avenue has added lights and Santa to their outdoor dining.
This group of apartment buildings on W48th Street between 8/9th Avenue have gone all out for the holidays (including a reindeer in a tree).
The Belvedere Hotel on W48th Street has gone for a subtle blue to celebrate the season.
W55th Street’s Block Association is putting on its annual display between 8/9th Avenues.
Rudy’s Bar on 9th Avenue has crowned Baron von Swine with a spectacular Christmas Tree this year.
Holy Cross Church on W42nd Street between 8/9th Avenue is decorated for the season.
Cybert Tires continues to light up Hell’s Kitchen with its imaginative seasonal displays on W52nd Street between 10/11th Avenue.
The Big Apple at Bella Abzug Park next to Hudson Yards on W34th Street is the centerpiece of the HYHK Alliance light display. Photo: HYHK Alliance
Down at Hudson Yards, there are over two million twinkling white lights to enjoy.
The display goes throughout the high-end shopping center — so you get the opportunity for holiday shopping too.
Up at The Shops at Columbus Circle the stars are shining bright — and they look wonderful at dusk.

Where did we miss? Tag W42ST in your favorite holiday lights photos and we will add to this gallery. Happy Holidays!

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