The museum displays modern and contemporary art, lectures by artists and critics, performances and film screenings, classes for teens and adults, and daily tours of the galleries led by experienced docent.Email this post
Architectural historian Francis Morrone leads public tours of iconic spaces at the landmark hotel. The Plaza is launching its first public tour series to give visitors an intimate look inside this iconic landmark that has been magnificently restored and preserved. Guided by celebrated architectural historian, author and teacher Francis Morrone, the tour winds through The Plaza’s legendary spaces including the Palm Court, the Oak Room and Oak Bar and the Grand Ballroom and gives you special access to some spaces that are not open to the general public.
Tours will last approximately 45 minutes. The tours are free to the public but those interested must call The Plaza Boutique to reserve space since each tour will be limited to 20 participants. Arrive approximately 15 minutes in advance to check in before the tour begins at The Plaza Boutique in The Plaza Retail Collection. Enter at 1 West 58th Street (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues). Take elevators or escalators down to the
Families can join the Urban Park Rangers for a free camping experience at any of the listed parks within the five boroughs. We start with a cookout, then a variety of evening activities, such as stargazing and night hikes. You can sleep under the stars and awake to the birds. Everything is included but you must RSVP at their website.Email this post
Enjoy Apertivo Happy Hour which includes free appetizers and pizza while you drink.Email this post
Arthur Marks offers free walking tours meeting at St. Marks Place & 8th Street.Email this post
Free 90-minute walking tour called Union Square: Crossroads of New York. You’ll find out how Union Square got its name, see where the legendary Tiffany & Co. once stood, and learn how to read the clock on “The Metronome” sculpture. Reservations not required. Tours given by Union Square Partnership and Big Onion Walking Tours.Email this post