If you plan it well, you can travel between all of our cities and avoid winter, but then sometimes travelling to a new city in winter brings some great experiences. This post has winter travel tips to make sure you have the best things to do and some indoor activities for our more northern cities.
There might be some snowy weather in London this winter, but you'll be guaranteed to see a few rainy days, so use our post on What to Do in London on a Rainy Day.
Some of the best options for London in the winter are the indoor museums, many of which are free and don't require admission tickets. But for a ride on enclosed London Eye or a visit to Madame Tussaud's, look into the tourist discount passes of London to save some money on admission.
And don't forget we offer walking tours of London in winter, too!
One of the most popular things to do in New York in winter is to go ice skating and we've put together a comprehensive list of the best places to go ice skating.
DC will get some snow in the winter but the good news is even if the rest of the city shuts down, you'll usually be able to find a museum or two that remains open! Follow us at @topthingstododc on Twitter for announcements!
You can also use our Things to Do in DC in the Rain post for some ideas if the weather isn't the best for being outside, but we offer winter versions of all our most popular walking tours, including our Capitol Hill tour which is mostly inside!
If you're already bundled up, why not take a spin on the ice and look into the best ice skating in DC?
Bring a parka on this trip, but Boston is a great place to visit even in winter, visit our post on Boston in Winter for our expert advice. We run a more limited schedule in winter, but you'll still be able to join us on our Freedom Trail tour.
There are many indoor options in Boston and many of them are included in the various Boston tourist passes, read more about those here.
Winter in New Orleans isn't really winter by most standards. Don't expect any snow here, but that's not why you're coming to New Orleans. Will you be here for Mardi Gras?
Chicago can be a true winter experience, so be sure to dress for the weather. We run tours year round, but in winter you'll find some special winter themed tours:
For overall winter advice in Chicago, read our post on Winter in Chicago.
As a southern city, Charleston is a great place to escape to in the winter. Our walking tours run year round with no need to alter to a winter route.
For other ideas of indoor options, read all about Rainy Days in Charleston.