120 Things to do in New York - Links
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111 (54) Forbes Galleries
the heart of Greenwich Village the Forbes Galleries are free (at
the time of writing) to the public from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00
p.m, every day except Mondays and Sundays. Thursdays are reserved
for group tours and you need to book in advance
112 (56) West
Indian American Day Carnival Parade
soulful dancing and music and more music.
A Few Tips:
1. Traditionally powder, paint and dye throwing are among the festivities
so don’t dress up.
2. Stay warm, it can get cold at night.
3. You are likely to be on your feet for a while so wear comfortable
4. Bring a whistle and join in with the music.
113 (32) Build-A-Bear
Teddy was always
there. Never too busy for a cuddle. Whilst he maybe lost to you
in the wilds of time past there's no reason you can't recreate him.
Avenue | New York, NY 10017
114 (61) Trump
boasts “amenities and services include a private spa and health
club with a 60-foot swimming pool, a world-class restaurant, a private
wine cellar, a landscaped garden, around-the-clock concierges, doormen,
security and extensive service staff, even valet parking in the
The Tower overlooks
the UN so presumable it’s a home from home for a few of the
delegates – it’s a tough life.
115 (70) American
Folk Art Museum
work of contemporary artists as they provide a window into the heart
of American culture and shared national experience, should be free
Friday nights from 5:30 to 7:30 but always check first.
116 (72) Central
groups of every stripe appear on Central Park Stage during the warmer
months of the year. At the time of writing, the almost daily performances
are almost always free. Almost always check - web link below.
often accompanies this Friday night special. Arrive early to fully
appreciate admire the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Guggenheim.
118 (86) Queens
Library serves 2.2 million people from 62 locations plus seven Adult
Learning Centers and two Family Literacy Centers. It has circulated
among the highest number of books and other library materials in
the country since 1994, and has the second largest collection of
material in the U.S.
might just make you feel like an Englishman in New York.
Atlantis Marine World
Marine World is also home to the Riverhead Foundation for Marine
Research and Preservation, New York State’s only authorized
marine mammal and sea turtle rescue and rehabilitation center.