Ball drop

Add excitement to your New Year's Eve celebration with these creative ball drop ideas. Discover unique ways to create a memorable countdown experience for your guests.
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Times Square New Years Eve Ball, held in Macy's Store on 34th Street. The new Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball is a 12 foot geodesic sphere, double the size of previous Balls, and weighs 11,875 pounds. Covered in 2,668 Waterford Crystals and powered by 32,256 Philips Luxeon Rebel LEDS, the new Ball is capable of creating a palette of more than 16 million vibrant colors and billions of patterns producing a spectacular kaleidoscope effect atop One Times Square. The Times Square New Years Ball…

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New Year’s Eve Ball Drop: For a 2018 New Years Eve party I made a scale model of the famous Times Square Ball Drop. It will be the perfect addition to your 2020 celebration to ring in the new decade! There are nine layers of cup rings that make up the ball: 6, 11, 15, 18, 20…

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Now $182 (Was $̶5̶2̶6̶) on Tripadvisor: Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, an IHG Hotel, New York City. See 12,207 traveler reviews, 4,521 candid photos, and great deals for Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, an IHG Hotel, ranked #362 of 544 hotels in New York City and rated 4 of 5 at Tripadvisor.

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The world's first time-ball, built in 1833, sits atop the Royal Observatory in Greenwich -- photo by Jake Keup Victorians had a problem when it came to their watches: How could you be sure your watch was accurate? Before satellites or digital technology a slow watch could gradually become significantly off by ten minutes or more within just a few days. How could a railroad engineer make sure he was on schedule and, if he was, how could a passenger be positive he would arrive at the…

Kristy Broussard