Your Guide to the Best Beaches in NYC

Who doesn't love the beach? Bright blue waters, a warm summer breeze, sandcastles, sun tans, and surfing await thousands of visitors annually who are itching to ditch the humdrum of everyday life to unwind in a little corner of paradise. No two beaches are alike here, but all of them are guaranteed…

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Where to Watch Free Outdoor Movies in NYC

Summer draws closer with each day, and what better time to catch a movie on the green in the nice, warm sun? Relax with company and a cozy setup at one of the megalopolis' spacious parks! There are tons of options to choose from in every borough, but the best outdoor movies in NYC may be difficult…

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Summer Fun in Coney Island Brooklyn

Easily one of the top attractions in Brooklyn, Coney Island has been a popular summer paradise chock-full of games, food, and fanfare for over a century. This southwestern seaside is appealing year-round, but summer is around the corner which means the neighborhood will be bustling with activity…

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Yankee Stadium

From Madison Square Garden to the Metropolitan Opera House, New York is known for the iconic venues that contribute to its title of “Greatest City in the World.” But few are as storied as Yankee Stadium. And with the April 5th opening day just around the corner, you'll want to get your tickets and…

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Citi Field Visitors Guide

There's nothing like spending a day at the ballpark and rooting for your favorite team amongst the frenzied crowd with a hotdog in one hand and beer in the other. Citi Field is well-known for being the home turf of the New York Mets and an amazing venue for traditional gameday events and…

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Celebrating St. Patrick's Day in NYC

March marks the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, returning to the city streets this year with even more fanfare! Thousands of people come from all over to join in on the party and celebrate the richness of Irish heritage in New York. Plenty of food, drinks and live music will be offered for guests…

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Top 10 Things to Do in Central Park in the Winter

With 843 acres of bare trees, dormant plant life, and empty playing fields, you might think that in wintertime, New York’s Central Park is closed for the season. How wrong you would be! With frost-covered meadows, landmark architecture, a world-class skating rink, fine dining, and cultural…

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Get High on These 5 Fabulous Observation Decks in NYC

A hundred years ago, if you wanted a bird’s eye view from the tallest manmade structure in the world, that meant taking a trip to the 792-foot-tall Woolworth Tower near City Hall in Lower Manhattan. Where, for 50 cents, you could take a trip up to the 50th floor for never-before-seen views of New…

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The Best Free Museums in NYC

New York is known for its extensive collection of world-class museums. With such a broad and diverse array of institutions, many are not always aware that plenty of these museums are free of charge to visitors! Consider spending some time at these impressive and fascinating free museums in NYC, as…

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