Rain, Rain, Don't Go Away!

Tue, Mar 07, 2017

Planning to spend the day in the city only to find out the forecast calls for rain? There’s no reason to reschedule. If you think a little rain is going to put a damper on your time in NYC, you couldn’t be more wrong. New York is filled with exciting indoor activities that you might not have bothered to check out if it weren’t for the “bad” weather. Read on to learn some of our favorites.

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Museum Guide: Culture for the Quirky

Tue, Feb 21, 2017

Like we’ve said before, NYC is a hub for art, history and culture. But does the idea of visiting the Met, MoMa, or the American Museum of Natural History bore you? Not everyone is into art or history, and that’s okay. New York City is filled to the brim with amazingly weird treasures – enough to fill several quirky museums.

Whatever your interests are, there’s bound to be an institution in NYC that will fascinate you. Here are some of the best, most unique museums the city has to offer.

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Head to Head: The Metropolitan Museum of Art vs. The American Museum of Natural History

Wed, Feb 01, 2017

If you tried to visit all the museums and other cool landmarks in New York City, you’d be here for years. Sadly, most people don’t have the time to see all the sights - even those who live here! With so many amazing activities to choose from it can certainly be a tough decision, but we can help!

Two of NYC’s most popular tourist spots are the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or “the Met,” and the American Museum of Natural History, or “AMNH.” You probably want to check out both, and you should if you can! However, if you only have time for one, the following guide will help you choose the museum that better suits your tastes.

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A Guide to Visiting MoMa - Before, During, and After the Museum

Fri, Jan 20, 2017

New York City is a hub for history, art, and culture. One of the best places to get a dose of all three is the Museum of Modern Art – also known as MoMa.

MoMa, located in Midtown, has been a staple of the Manhattan art scene since it opened in 1929. It is known for featuring modern and contemporary art, unlike the city’s other major art museum – the Metropolitan Museum of Art – which features more classical works. So, if you prefer eccentric and unique art, MoMa is the museum for you!

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Stalking Celebrities In New York: Where To See Famous People In NYC

Wed, Dec 28, 2016

You may think it’s pretty easy to spot a celeb in New York City. Stars are in NYC all the time for TV appearances like Good Morning America and Michael & Kelly, right? Catching a glimpse of one is not quite as easy as it seems - but we know some spots that may increase the likelihood!

New York City is still not Los Angeles. Compared to LA, New York is a lot more condensed, and famous people stand out a lot less, so it’s actually pretty hard to spot celebs here. But if you’re determined to see someone famous next time you’re in New York, we know some places you can check out.

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