If you think that New Year’s Eve in Times Square is just about the ball dropping to signal the arrival of the new year, you clearly haven’t heard about the Wishing Wall. Times Square dumps approximately one ton of confetti on New Year’s Eve celebrants, and they aren’t just for aesthetics at the world’s largest New Year’s Eve party. The Wishing Wall is an opportunity for everyone (near and far) to be part of this celebration.
Here’s how the Wishing Wall works. If you actually happen to be reading our post from New York right now, we want to start by thanking you for diligently reading our posts even from far away from Indy. You can add your wishes in person at the Times Square Museum and Visitor Center (located at Seventh Avenue between 46th and 47th Streets and open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.). For the vast majority of our Cheapsters, however, we recommend you add your wishes virtually by clicking here.
Once you’ve done so, the Visitor Center will print your special wish on a piece of confetti for you. Somewhere in the mass of people gathered for this gargantuan celebration, your wish will be flying through the air in Times Square even if you’re celebrating here in Indianapolis. Whatever your wish for the New Year is, we hope you will participate in this fun and FREE opportunity and that your wish will be granted in 2014.