There are so many things to do in New York City. The “City that Never Sleeps” offers unlimited opportunities to dine, drink, dance, and wander. Tourists travel from far and wide to explore this wonder of a city, and it’s easy to see why! Whether you're a local or a wandering tourist in search of the unique, it’s easy to get an itch to explore outside the five boroughs and see what else there is to offer. Lucky for you, we have some awesome (and relatively close) things to do and see around New York and surrounding areas.
Discovery Times Square
Body Worlds: Pulse
If you’re thinking about visiting the Discovery Times Square BODY WORLDS: PULSE exhibit, be ready for a unique experience. Created by anatomist Gunther von Hagens; BODY WORLDS: PULSE presents the story of the human body and the effects of normal stresses in the 21st century. The multimedia exhibition looks at a variety of sections humans deal with in everyday life: health, wellness, nutrition, exercise and all of the ways in which the human body reacts to stimuli. The exhibit examines the body's form and function, its potential and vulnerability, and the challenges it faces in today's world. It gives viewers a true insider view (no pun intended).
Although there isn’t a bad time to visit New York City, there sure are better times than others… depending on what you like, of course. New Yorkers themselves even know the worst dates of the year to spend in NYC. They know when it’s time to flee and avoid the headaches and stress caused by an influx of visitors, party animals, holiday madness, etc. The good thing is, now you will too!
First Time In NYC? Been Here A Trillion Times? Either Way, We’ve Got You Covered
New York City is known for being a fast paced, hustling, metropolitan island filled with dreamers and go-getters. And whether you’re a first time visitor, seasoned touring veteran, or local, there’s no shortage of things to do, see, and experience. Bottom line: NYC is what you make of it.