Things To Do Near Me In NYC

Woolworth Building

Cass Gilbert's copper-topped skyscraper was once described as the "Cathedral of Commerce".

Tenement Museum

One of New York City’s most underrated museums also happens to have one of the best museum gift shops. 

International Center of Photography

After a few years of moving around Manhattan, the International Center of Photography has settled into a permanent space in the Essex Crossing megaproject. 

The Market Line

The first section of the Market Line, a massive new food hall and bazaar in the Essex Crossing megaproject, is now open on the Lower East Side.

Fotografiska New York

Sweden’s celebrated photography museum debuted in New York City in 2019 in a landmarked building on Park Avenue. 

Empire State Building

If you had to pick just one building to represent New York City – its entrepreneurial spirit, its glamour, and the greatest of everything.


Starting March 11, New York City's highest outdoor observation deck will open to the public. The Edge, located along 30 Hudson Yards.

New York Public Library

There's never a bad time to visit the magnificent main branch of the New York Public Library, but it's especially nice when the weather gets cooler.

The Museum of Modern Art

In its 90th year, MoMA unveiled an ambitious renovation, helmed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro with Gensler, of its West 53rd Street home. 

Central Park

Don't sleep in Central Park as the weather changes: it's not only less crowded than in the warmer months.

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