From sidewalk seating to rooftop yoga, New York City is bringing alfresco activities back in the best (and safest!) way possible.
WATCH: A Double Feature With Rooftop Films
On March 26, visit the Queens Drive-In for a showing of two classic American films: Thelma & Louise and Desperately Seeking Susan.
WELCOME: To Moynihan Train Hall
The brand-new $1.6 billion transit hub is now open for commuters (and those who love art and architecture!).
SEE: “Viewfinder”: Best Seen After Dark
NYC- and L.A.-based artists showcase their perspectives on 2020 through their latest photographic works, on view in the Seaport District.
Turn back the clock to 1950s New York City for a tour of locations used in the popular show (and learn a few insider secrets!).
LIGHT UP: Chinatown for a Good Cause
Go admire the vibrant lanterns lighting up the streets of Chinatown and then support its many local businesses.
GO: A Gallery Walk on Columbus Avenue
Businesses and storefront owners come together to help spotlight local artists with Art on the Ave, from West 68th to 77th Streets.
EXPLORE: Industry City’s Winter Wonderland
Before happily wishing 2020 goodbye, check out this Brooklyn hub’s colorful roller rink, candy-topped hot cocoa, firepits, and more.
SKATE: The Skyline in Williamsburg
Practice your toe loops (or just admire the Manhattan views) while skating the William Vale’s rooftop rink.
DO: A Jazzy Date Night in Harlem
This Sunday support a small business and grab front-row sidewalk seats to the Grange Bar & Eatery’s weekly live jazz show.
DO: Happiness Blooms at the Floral Escape
Get lost in Queens County Farm Museum’s many flowery art installations—guaranteed to punch up any Instagram page.
GO: Hudson River Park’s Pier 26 Finally Opens
Visit Tribeca’s new pier, with a multiuse recreation area, five native ecological zones, and the 15,000-square-foot Tide Deck.
SEE: Naima Green’s Newest Exhibition
The Brooklyn artist’s photography collection “Brief & Drenching” will be on view at Fotografiska.
DO: Wild Encounters at the Aquarium
Check out the interactive Aguatheater, feed the marine animals, and get a closer look at sharks!
VIEW: The MCNY Exhibition “New York Responds”
The Museum of the City of New York tells the stories of 2020 through photographs in its newest outdoor installation.
HAVE: An Artsy Party at Paint ’N Pour
“Paint like Picasso; drink like Van Gogh” at this Harlem studio space (or virtual experience).