New York City offers an array of opportunities to enjoy winter outdoors, from ice skating rinks to menorah and tree lightings to winter markets and beyond. That being said, sometimes you just want to escape the chill and sight-see without needing to wear mittens and a scarf. To help you plan a brisk-free itinerary, here is a guide on how to escape the cold in NYC.
Looking for things to do this week in New York? We’ve got you covered with concerts, art exhibitions, food events, and more. To help make your stay in the Big Apple more exciting, her are some not-to-miss events in New York from December 8-21, 2014.
For those looking for winter activities in NYC, you don’t have to look much further than Bryant Park. Known for its year-round free and fun activities, in the winter the greenspace is transformed into a winter wonderland — literally — offering seasonal activities in a fairytale space. To help you plan your itinerary, here are some top winter experiences in Bryant Park.
Looking to celebrate the holidays in Brooklyn this winter? There’s lots to look forward to, from holiday markets to lively bazaars to festive parties. To help you plan your itinerary, here is our guide to celebrating the holidays in Brooklyn.
Looking to get something special for friends and family during the holidays but want something original and with meaning? Those in NYC will be happy to know there are a number of great holiday markets selling handmade items and artisanal eats. To help you plan your shopping itinerary, here is a guide to the top NYC holiday markets.
When visiting New York City, one neighborhood not to miss is SoHo. Featuring interesting museums, delicious food, homemade wine, shopping and culture, there’s much to experience. To help you plan your itinerary, here are some suggestions.
In 1609, explorer Henry Hudson sailed the Half Moon in search of a passage that would connect him to China. At first, he believed what we today call the Hudson River was that passage. And while it didn’t end up working out with the original goal, this quest is what led to the Dutch first settling New York and created New Amsterdam. Which then led to the British wanting a piece of the pie, with many battles ensuing, including the Revolutionary War. And while today the area is known for its serene farmlands and rich agriculture, visitors can still explore America’s military history through various attractions. To help you plan your trip, here are some top suggestions:
For those who love wine, New York is a great destination. The state is home to a number of wine regions, one of the top of which is the Finger Lakes, located less than five hours from New York City.
Visiting New York City in autumn? You’ll be happy to know there’s much to experience, from food and drink festivals to great film to seasonal drinks and classes, there’s something for everyone this season. To help you plan your trip, here are 40 things to do this fall in NYC.