Get the Best View of the 4th of July Fireworks on New York Water Taxi
East River Cruise (5 hours)
DEPARTS: Pier 17, South Street Seaport, 5pm (returns 10pm) Please arrive an hour before departure time. (Note: There are several boats departing from South Street Seaport; you should have all members of your party together when boarding.) Includes: Open bar (beer, wine, champagne) and a light dinner. Dinner Menu: Sushi platter, sate platter (beef, chicken, and vegetables), crab cakes, filet of beef canapes, and pigs in a blanket. Dessert Menu: Jimmy's Cookies, cannolis, and mini cheesecakes. Tickets are $125. Click here to purchase, or call 212-742-1969 x209.
New York City Activities
Catch Artechouse NYC’s First Immersive Installation in its Final Weeks
Imagine yourself awash in waves of color, light, and sound. Artechouse, now at Chelsea Market, invites visitors underneath the popular marketplace for incredible digital installations that offer complete immersion in boundary-pushing worlds,
Bin Laden Exhibition Revealed at 9/11 Memorial & Museum
On view now, Revealed: The Hunt for Bin-Laden explores the search for a key perpetrator of the 9/11 terror attacks. The 9/11 Memorial & Museum presents this exhibition at its downtown Manhattan location near the former site of the Twin Towers.
Feminist Imagination: Brooklyn Museum's 'Out of Place' Debuts Next Week
The Brooklyn Museum continues its exploration of feminist art with Out of Place: A Feminist Look at the Collection, opening January 24. Featuring works by Louise Bourgeois, Beverly Buchanan, Chryssa, Thornton Dial, Helen Frankenthaler, Lourdes Grobet, Louise Nevelson, Dorothea Rockburne, Betye Saar, Miriam Schapiro, Judith Scott, Joan Snyder, and May Wilson.
Chinese New Year NYC: Dinner Specials to Celebrate Year of the Rat
2020 is the Year of the Rat, which is the first of all the zodiac animals. While the rat may not be everyone’s favorite critter, in the Chinese culture, rats are acknowledged as a symbol of wealth and surplus. In celebration of the New Year, many chefs throughout New York City have created special menus that are offered from January 22 through 26.