Spring is around the corner in New York, and for many people in the Big Apple, spring break is a great time to attend concerts, special events, and unique festivals in the city. If you want to arrange a concert or program, there are many venues and event areas and spaces in New York that would give you access to state-of-the-art equipment and a place to hold your special occasion.
If you want to roam the City and experience its other offerings, here are some of the other activities you can join when you spend spring in the Big Apple.
Visit some of the flowers shows in the City. One of the most popular is Macy’s Flower Show. See the most beautiful and unique blooms in the world used to create unique shapes and sculptures. Every year has a theme, so expect something different every year.
A Visit to the Central Park
There are zoos and tons of activities you can do here. You can go boating or even spend a day beside the lake while reading your favorite book. You can even have picnics with the family during the weekend. If you want to go on a date, the park offers gondola tours for a romantic day on the lake.
Get a CityPASS
You can get a CityPASS, a coupon book of discounted attraction admissions. Among the other attractions, you can visit the American Museum of Natural History, 9/11 Memorial and Museum, and the Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises.
Go on Broadway
If you like musical shows, you can buy tickets to your favorite shows at Times Square. Make sure to come in early as the lines could be long. You could also buy your tickets early or in advance to avoid the long lines.
Join St. Patrick’s Day
If you’re feeling a little festive, you can join the celebration. This is an annual parade that starts at 44th Street and passes Fifth Avenue. The parade passes by NYC’s attractions like St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Central Park. Many people wear green and drink green beer and ale in honor of the Irish saint.
Spring break is a great time in New York, and it’s the best time to have fun and experience the City’s unique festivals and attractions.