Spring is an uplifting, warm, and fun-filled time to visit New York City. It’s also an ideal time because it’s when your kids’ school vacation happens to land. There are a number of destinations, exciting events, and activities that would be exceptionally fun for a family coming to the Big Apple this time of year.
If there were one New York City annual events calendar that could capture every interesting gathering taking place, it would be overwhelmingly large. Across the five boroughs, there’s so much to look forward to over the course of another calendar year. We’re breaking down some of the best places to look for them right here. From amazing festivals to new world-class productions, here’s our guide to the 2023 NYC events you won’t want to miss.
New York City is coming alive more and more every season, and this summer is shaping up to be more fun than it has been in years. With the return of some tried-and-true traditions, as well as a number of exciting performances and city events taking place, travelers have a lot to look forward to and choose from when making their plans. To help bring some context to that process, we created a guide to fun in New York City this summer.
We’re approaching the end of January, and there’s no better way to march full steam into 2020 than by booking a trip on National Plan for Vacation Day. Join a world of fellow travelers committing to getting away this year, and start planning your special New York City vacation today. The annual booking celebration takes place on the last Tuesday of every January, and it will fall on the 28th this year.
There are endless reasons to visit New York in 2020. These are just a few to get you inspired. For even more tips, just follow the Hotel 48LEX New York blog for everything you need to know about exploring Manhattan and beyond.
New York City is full of art, from downtown galleries to public sculptures and murals where you’d least expect them. But the biggest museums in NYC never fail to impress. Check out our handy guide to the absolute best art to see this fall.