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    Full Bloom at the Macy’s Flower Show

    March 02

    It’s amazing to see the different kinds of floral creations and structures that professionals can make. With their diverse colors and structures, flowers make the best building blocks for art pieces. The Macy’s Flower Show pays homage to floral art and sculptures and is a New York City tradition that you definitely cannot miss!

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    All About Museums

    February 03

    The hardest part about going to museums in Manhattan is trudging through the long list of world-class attractions and finally settling on one, or two, or seven. Below you will find an attempt to try to condense this list at least a little bit so that you can narrow down your selection.

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  • wine and champagne toast

    The Best Fest—Wine Fest

    January 06

    While you won’t find many vineyards lining the streets of New York City, there is no shortage of world-class wines. You could try these world-class wines one bottle at a time for an entire lifetime and still barely scratch the surface. A much better solution is to try them all at the New York City Wine Fest.

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    ‘Tis the Season for Madison Square Garden

    December 02

    This holiday season, new socks are not the only thing neatly packed and waiting to be unwrapped. Madison Square Garden takes the best events in New York and neatly packs them in one place for you to enjoy. Give yourself the best gift of the season and experience of the many shows that December has to offer!

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  • rockefeller christmas tree in new york

    Experience the Iconic Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting

    November 04

    The Rockefeller Center and holiday cheer have become synonymous phrases throughout the year. The holiday season brings the iconic ice skating rink that lucky patrons can enjoy all winter long, and the iconic Christmas tree that soars above the rink. This massive tree will light up every night this holiday season and will stay lit all day on Christmas Day. On December 4, you’re invited to take part in the official lighting of the tree for the holiday season!

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  • various coffees

    Coffee Heaven

    October 07

    Good coffee shops may be a dime a dozen in New York City, but when you find a spectacular one, it’s a game-changer. What if we told you that there is an event that aims to bring all of these spectacular coffee artists under one roof? If we’ve already gotten your attention, then clear your calendars from October 12 - October 14 because New York Coffee Festival is coming to the Metropolitan Pavilion.

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    New York City Oktoberfest: a Celebration of German Heritage

    September 02

    It may not be October yet, but is it ever really too early to celebrate a holiday devoted to delicious beer and German grub? If you agree, then New York is the best place to be! With many different festivals to choose from and a one-of-a-kind atmosphere, this year is sure to be one to remember.

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  • female tennis player

    The US Open Comes to New York

    August 05

    Every year, there are four Grand Slams held around the world that define the top tennis stars of that year. The US Open is one of these Grand Slams and this year, New York has the privilege of hosting this magnificent tournament. From August 26 - September 3, dozens of the world’s top tennis professionals will take the court at Louis Armstrong Stadium and battle it out for the number one spot.

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  • high line

    Take a Pleasant Stroll Down the Highline

    July 01

    Freight rails usually aren’t associated with picturesque scenery and relaxing atmospheres, but luckily The High Line is here to change that. In 2009, local residents banded together to prevent the destruction of this old decommissioned freight rail. Now it serves as a famous attraction bringing people from all walks of life to Manhattan’s West Side.

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    Day Trip to Governors Island

    June 03

    The hustle and bustle of Manhattan is fun and exciting, but sometimes it’s nice to have a little escape. Luckily, Governor’s Island is just one $3 ferry ride away and full of almost too many fun activities for one day. This island is only open from May-October and departs from Manhattan’s South Street Seaport.

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  • fleet week nyc

    Fleet Week is Coming to New York

    May 06

    Every year around Memorial Day, Fleet Week takes over select locations to showcase, educate, and inspire the public. This year, from May 22 - May 28, Fleet Week will be in Manhattan in full force, ready to impress. With a whole week of events lined up, there’s something for everyone and it’s not an event you’ll want to miss!

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  • cherry blossoms

    Cherry Blossom Tree Bloom in Central Park

    April 01

    Central Park has always been a slice of relaxing paradise - a way to escape the bustle of the city. The start of Spring brings with it the year’s new bloom. By mid-April, Central Park proudly displays this new bloom with its enchanting Cherry Blossom Trees. Visitors have a chance to experience the far-east without needing to leave New York!

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  • couple on double decker bus tour holding map

    See the City in Style

    March 04

    You could live in New York City for years and still barely scratch the surface of all there is to see. Luckily, Gray Line City Sightseeing NY is here to bring you a double-decker bus that will show you as much of the city as you can possibly handle!

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  • virus germ close up

    Take a Trip to Germ City

    February 04

    Ever wonder what all those germs on the subway train are capable of? The Museum of the City of New York’s fascinating new exhibit “Germ City: Microbes and the Metropolis” invites you to discover the profound effects that pathogens have had on human history, especially in metropolitan environments. Feeling squeamish? Don’t worry—the exhibition’s primary focus is on pandemics of the past.

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