Spring in NYC
As the weather warms up and the flowers start blooming, enjoy New York City during one of the best times of the year. From flower-filled exhibits, new art shows to NYC parks and the return of baseball season — there’s so much to explore this spring in New York City.
Urbanspace’s Spring Makers Market, located in Bryant Park, will feature 116 local makers setting up pop-up stalls over the course of three weekends in May (Dates: May 12-14, May 19-21 and May 26-29)
Visit Brooklyn Botanic Garden and take a walk through the Japanese Garden and witness the cherry blossom season on display now.
Enjoy breath-taking views at Edge at Hudson Yards, the highest sky deck in the Western Hemisphere. With one-of-a-kind design, it’s suspended in mid-air, giving you the feeling of floating in the sky with 360-degree views you can’t get anywhere else.
Step back in time and enter the magical world of Bridgerton on Thursday, April 27, 2023. Be swept away by live theatrical performances and immerse yourself in a Regency-esque world with set recreations, photo opportunities, ballroom dance lessons, live music and enchanting specialty cocktails.
Go behind the curtain into the making of Broadway show with a special exhibit at the new Museum of Broadway.
Check out Manhattan’s last farm house with a private tour connecting the past to the present through the farming life experience in colonial times.
Head over to Little Island and experience nature and art along the perfect vantage point to see iconic views of the city.
Fall down the rabbit hole into a world of secret rose gardens, mad tea parties, in a living gallery that puts you inside the artwork. Artist Alexa Meade brings to life the story of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in a hand painted immersive exhibit.
Experience a real-life Casita, with secret passages, interactive magic, live music, and surprises behind every magic door at the world’s first immersive Disney Encanto exhibit.
Baseball is back for the 2023 season. Cheer for the home team with tickets to the New York Mets in Queens or the New York Yankees in the Bronx.
The crown of Lady Liberty is once again open to visitors. Navigate a double-helix spiral staircase of 162 steps to experience the inspiring views of the New York Harbor.
Celebrate spring with the annual Macy’s Flower Show, with thousands of stunning flowers & lush plants transforming the flagship store into one of the most colorful destinations in NYC.
With the start of a new season, it means there are new exhibitions at The Met. From a major Van Gogh exhibit, photos of NYC in the 1920s, a new installation on the roof garden and a show on Karl Lagerfeld, The Met will keep you busy this year with these must-see exhibitions.
One of New York’s architectural gems The World Trade Center offers weekly programs, from farmers’ markets and art exhibits to musical performances and retail events.
Head to the High Line and walk across the 1.45-mile-long hybrid space of lush gardens and trails while taking in the impressive views of Manhattan and the Hudson River.
Discover interactive experiences, where you can step inside the world of FRIENDS™. Pose on the iconic orange couch, explore newly added original props and costumes from the show.
Explore The New York Aquarium, located at Coney Island and home to over 350 species of marine wildlife.
Experience a mystical underwater experience while riding the SeaGlass Carousel. Sit within iridescent fish that glide through the sights and sounds of a 360° aquatic adventure, located in Battery Park.
All spring long free events will be happening at The David Rubenstein Atrium. From concerts to interactive installations, community events and more.
A unique data-driven immersive exhibition, explores and interprets the multiple meanings and implications of the concept of trust.
Get ready to explore a variety of military and maritime displays, original artifacts and interactive exhibits at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
MoMA and UNIQLO are offering free admission to NYC residents on the first Friday of every month from 4 to 8pm. On these days, you’ll get to explore the museum during extended hours.
Check out the wildlife and exotic animals at the Bronx Zoo. With so much outdoor space and exhibitions, you can spend hours exploring.