What are some fun or different things to do in NYC?
I will be in NYC this weekend with my boyfriend. Please some tips!
Most Helpful Opinion
I'm live in NYC,I would say:
*$12 Ice skating in Bryant Park or Ice Skating in Rockafeller Center.
*Walk down 5th ave and view the holiday windows in the department stores
*FAO Schartz toy store!Its a treat!
*If you have some more money to shell out,visit the top of the empire state building
*Times square is a tourists spot with stores such as Toys R Us that has a ferris wheel inside the store! The M&M store is fun too!
*A fun shopping area is the Soho area,also Noho
*Central Park of course,tourists seem to love.You can get a ride in a horse drawn carraige,poor horses :(
*You can visit the world trade center site down in the financial district
*Broadway shows at discounted prices
*Also off broadway shows like something at the Public Theatre over on Astor Place.
*MOMA (Museum of Modern Art)
*The Met,Whitney Museum,The frick,Guggenheim etc
And now...for Brooklyn!
Brooklyn is now one of the hottest boroughs!
*Explore Williamsburg! A lot of small creative shops off of bedford avenue.
*Tons of fun bars!
*Fun coffee shops
*Art galleries etc
*All of these things extends into Bushwick
What Guys Said 3
There are many websites with great ideas and info about everything. The other answers mention some great stuff. I will be in NYC for 2 weeks. If you are gonna be there on Sunday the 13th, join the No Pants Subway Ride. Find info on ImprovEverywhere website. Enjoy your visit.
Watch the New York City's NY Knicks.
Have some adventure, it's important to not include lunch dates.
Take the F train to Coney Island...
go see the ocean
What Girls Said 2
There are TONS of things to do in NY -- catch a show, go on a tour bus to take in the holiday sights and sounds, take a walk through the park and go ice skating, get to the top of the empire state building, have dinner at the time square Marriot...
Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, pub-crawl along the seaport, etc. etc. etc.
The sky's the limit. Don't be afraid to take a bite out of the big apple, haha.