Fall in the northeastern US — is there a better place in the world to spend autumn? From the vibrant colors of the changing leaves to cooler temperatures, fall is the best time to explore the region, whether by car or train. We started off in Philadelphia, New York’s neighbor to the south. Now we’re uncovering the best things to do this autumn in the Big Apple.
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 summer.
New York is filled with art and culture, and not just in its famous museums. All over the city, public art adds extra character to many neighborhoods — often where you least expect it. The High Line NYC is an old, elevated freight line that was transformed into a public park. In addition to the welcome green space in Manhattan, it also presents public art exhibits throughout the year.
Forget spring break at the beach. Cinephiles from all over the world will pack out New York’s theaters this April for the NYC film festivals, where you can catch screenings that won’t be shown anywhere else. Check out the five best NYC film festivals to see this spring.
One of the hottest months of the year, August is jam-packed with outdoor events. Check out some of our favorite NYC summer concerts and happenings to complete your summer getaway.