NYC Winter Activities
This winter find fun things to explore on your next adventure to NYC, with our curated list.
For her solo exhibition at The Guggenheim, artist Jennie C. Jones has produced works that respond to the museum’s architecture by interweaving visual and aural experience.
Explore Museum Mile located on the Upper East Side along 5th Avenue. Discover priceless exhibitions and over 1,000 of paintings, prints, photographs and artifacts. From the Museum of Modern Art, The Guggenheim to the Museum of the City of New York, you will not get bored.
Another great zoo to explore in the city. A little bit smaller than the Bronx Zoo, Central Park Zoo is located right in the park with exciting animal exhibitions and a playground for the little ones.
An interactive family adventure, Cosmic Camp is the ultimate digital play zone, complete with interactive games, physical challenges, and crazy cosmic-themed experiences.
New York Fashion Week returns Friday, February 11th to Wednesday, February 16th. Plus catch Live Streams, Panels, Behind-the-Scenes and more.
Discover Brooklyn on this self-guided literary walking tour by Brooklyn Public Library and visit important literary landmarks inspired Patti Smith, Biggie Smalls and others.
Explore The New York Public Library’s expansive and centuries-spanning archives at this impressive free exhibition filled with cultural artifacts.
“BUILDINGS AND BLOCKS” is a new interactive art “experience” inspired by the skyline and the city’s many shapes. On view at Top of The Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Center.
For the first time, Governors Island will allow dogs to take the ferry over and explore its 172 acres on “Dog Days” Saturdays, from 7am to 3pm starting this weekend.
A new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum offers an intimate look at Andy Warhol’s upbringing, specifically dissecting how religion impacted his work.
This Valentine’s Day, scale the highest open-air building in the world and get your heart racing for the ultimate NYC date!
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a Champagne tasting Cruise onboard Yacht Manhattan II, with views of Manhattan’s skyline.
Register for the chance to be one of the lucky couples that gets to use one of Time Square’s enormous screens to pop the question on Valentine’s Day.
Now through February 13, get two-for-one tickets to several Broadway shows in NYC!
On February 5th, the annual free winter sports festival takes place in Central Park. Enjoy activities such as ice carving, sledding, ice bowling and more!
Enjoy riding bumper cars on ice at the Bryant Park Winter Village through February 27. Plus, their hosting special late-night rides.
Get ready to explore a variety of military and maritime displays, original artifacts and interactive exhibits at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
Discover the untold true story of the witches of Oz at Broadway’s biggest blockbuster, WICKED.
Catch a thrilling game of basketball at the legendary MSG this winter with the New York Knicks.
An all-new version of the beloved classic Little Red Riding Hood comes to life in dance and song. The 92nd Street Y’s family-friendly take on this classic tale features an original score.
Skate onto Brooklyn Children’s Museum with its brand-new large-scale rooftop winter installation! ArtRink is a 3,200 square foot outdoor ice-skating rink and art exhibition showcasing the work of sixteen local artists.
Sharks at the American Museum of Natural History, features dozens of life-sized sharks ranging from 33 feet to 5.5 inches long, fossils from the Museum’s collections, interactive exhibits that challenge visitors to hunt like a hammerhead, and more.
Tucked away in Lower Manhattan, skate The Rink at Brookfield Place and enjoy its scenic views of the Hudson River and city skyline.
Stroll along The High Line to the Public Square & Gardens, checking out the art installations along the way designed by national and international artists.
Top of the Rock Observation Deck is full of incredible sights and discoveries. Take in 360-degree spring views of iconic landmarks and the city skyline.