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Gain A New Perspective This Spring

Imagine climbing 154 interconnected staircases while staring down on 5-acres of Hudson Yards. Shift your point-of-view while experiencing the hottest destination this spring. The much-anticipated Vessel, also known as Hudson Yards Staircase is now open. ...

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Macy’s Annual Flower Show

New York City may still be showcasing late-season snow flurries, but that doesn’t mean you can’t experience the colorful-delights of spring. Macy’s annual Flower Show is guaranteed to give you all the spring feels. ...

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Romantic Valentine's Day Ideas

Get lost in the romance of New York City. Treat your crush to a series of couple-bonding activities while exploring the city. ...

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Experience the Magic at the Holiday Train Show

This January, set your sights north and treat the crew to a fascinating day at New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Imagine being transported to a miniature world of locomotives and NYC landmarks, 175 to be exact. Explore the iconic buildings of NYC in a completely unique and charming way....

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All is Merry and Bright at Bryant Park Winter Village

Step into the spirited wonderland of Bryant Park Winter Village this December. Watch as families, couples, and friends skate the impressive 17,000-square-foot ice skating rink located in the center of the village. Explore over 170 shopping kiosk while enjoying gentle holiday tunes in the background. Gifts such as quirky ornaments, handmade jewelry, and much more can be found, as well as an array of delicious food vendors. ...

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Feel the Magic at the 92nd Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

What would Thanksgiving be without the annual Macy’s parade in New York City? For 92 years the event has brought holiday cheer to the world. It’s hard to imagine that it started in 1924 as a street parade consisting of employees in vibrant costumes and borrowed animals from the Central Park Zoo marching in front of Macy's flagship store on 34th street. Now over 50 million people watch around the world and 3.2 million revelers lineup along the route in Manhattan. It’s truly a sight to be seen. ...

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Open House NYC, October 12th-14th

What if we told you that for one weekend only you could access an array of architectural masterpieces, landmarks, and attractions that are normally off-limits. Would you want to go? Open House New York is a curious visitors' wildest fantasy and a wonderful way to experience New York City’s rich culture. Get intimate with the Big Apple and explore its hidden nooks and cultural fortunes at over 250 locations throughout Gotham. ...

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The Best September Concerts

New York City draws international talent from far and wide. It’s safe to say that New York City is the concert-mecca of the Northeast. Which is why you should catch one of these incredible acts this September....

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A New York State of Mind

The best way to experience NYC is by foot and the bright sunny days make taking a stroll a breeze. Enjoy the last days of summer by embarking on a walking tour of the city. Be your own guide by charting your course through Manhattan or downloading a printable walking tour online. Include stops at the iconic Flat Iron Building, Madison Square Park, Eataly, and Union Square to name a few....

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Wonderful Summertime Events

Energy fills warm summer days in New York City. Everywhere you look something exciting is happening. From blooming flowers to free blockbuster concerts, it may be difficult to decide on what to do...

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Step Back in Time to the Jazz Age

The 13th annual Jazz Age Lawn Party is taking place on June 15th and 16th from 11 am - 5 pm on Governors Island. It is the most authentic example of music, costumes, and jazz-centric activities. The Jazz Age was an infamous time in American history when underground speakeasies were the heartbeat of the New York social scene. If you’ve ever fantasized about what it would be like to party during that period, you are in luck....

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Public Parks, Private Gardens - Paris to Provence | On View At the Metropolitan Museum of Art

As temperatures rise, New Yorkers are shedding their winter coats and escaping to Central Park. The green pastures, filled with summertime picnics and leisurely lawn games, resemble paintings from the Impressionist period. ...

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Jerome Robbins at The New York City Ballet

The New York City Ballet spring 2018 season has officially begun. Treat your crew to a night of culture and dance under the warm lights of the stage. This year, in celebration of the 70th anniversary, NYCB is paying tribute to co-founder, Jerome Robbins....

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4 Interesting Facts About New York City You May Not Know

New York City has a sprawling population of 8.4 million people spanned across 304.6 square miles, making it a hub of juicy gossip and history. We’ve gathered up 4 interesting facts that would probably do not know: ...

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An Unexpected Way to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in New York City

Treat your beloved to a romantic getaway in the city that never sleeps, because when it comes to romance, the skies the limit, literally. Spend your special night under the stars in Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History’s Rose Center for Earth and Space. ...

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New Year’s Resolutions for the Sophisticated Traveler

The new year is brimming with au courant energy--why not take your already impressive list of characteristics and enhance them? Here’s our top three new year’s resolutions for 2018. ...

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A Glimpse Of The Magic: Spending The Holidays In New York City

Most people think of New York as a steadfast cosmopolitan city that doesn’t stop for anyone. And too be honest, they are right. However, during the holidays, nothing is more magical than visiting NYC. The same energy that is applied to everyday life, is converted into a sparkling wonderland of festive lights, holiday trees, and bustling markets filled to the brim with unique gifts, delectable street foods, and tourist from all over the globe. ...

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A Fall Day At MoMA: Exploring Louise Bourgeois

Visiting New York and can’t decide what to do? We have just the answer. Nothing puts us in the mood for a day of contemporary art like cool NYC temperatures. Head to the famed cultural institution, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) to see the newly opened Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait. ...

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Haunted Lantern Tour

Did you catch every episode of Ghost Hunters on the SyFy Channel? ...

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The Majesty of Swan Lake

Swan Lake, by Peter Tschaikovsky, is one of the most famous ballets in the world. ...

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BBQ and the Blues

The Hudson River Park’s 18th annual Blues BBQ is on August 19 at Pier 97 this year....

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Summer of Soccer

Soccer is the most popular sport in the entire world, and it is finally getting the attention it deserves in the United States....

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Boys of Summer

The New York Yankees are the most storied franchise in all of baseball and one of the most famous teams in any sport in the entire world....

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NYC Fleet Week

The Annual New York City Fleet Week will be taking place from May 24-30, and will feature events that honor and celebrate the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. ...

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NEWSical the Musical

During your stay in New York City, you will definitely want to see the off-Broadway masterpiece that the New York Times has called “fast, funny, and irreverent.”...

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Knicks Basketball

Even though the Knicks are out of playoff contention this year, seeing a professional basketball game at Madison Square Garden is a once in a lifetime experience....

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Experience the Craft of Beer

The Brooklyn Brewery has been serving New York delicious craft beer selections since 1988!...

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It's Hockey Time

Seeing an NHL hockey game in person may just be the most exciting sporting event that a person can experience....

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