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Free Things To Do in August in NYC

There are many free things to do in NYC in August. Sometimes it’s hard to find the right place or event. So here are a few ideas for your next trip to The Big Apple! Free tour at the Brooklyn Brewery On every Sunday from 1pm to 6pm, you can take a free tour at…

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August 5, 2022

Things to do in NYC – Summer 2022

There is no place like New York City but it really comes alive in summer. We compiled a list of our favorite things – some obvious, some under the radar. And as always, be sure to take one of our immersive walking, food tours for the best way to experience NYC – on foot, with…

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June 23, 2022

Holiday Lights on Fifth Avenue!

Tis the season! And we are so glad! Nothing brings cheer like all of the amazing light and window displays along NYC’s Fifth Avenue during the holidays! On November 23, alongside the Young People’s Chorus of New York City choir, Michelle Obama paid a visit to the Saks Fifth Avenue flagship to help unveil its…

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November 25, 2021

Fifth Avenue Walking Tour Invites Public to Take a Stroll Back in Time!

OCTOBER 15, 2021: (NEW YORK, NEW YORK) — With fall in full swing and cooler weather around the corner, Like A Local Tours, a Brooklyn-based tour company, has announced the launch of its new Fifth Avenue Walking Tour. This tour is the perfect way to enjoy a change of seasons in the city, while also…

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October 15, 2021

Need a reason to visit NYC? Here’s 1,319!

From museums to shows to restaurants and more, check out NYC & Company’s guide to what’s open in NYC. Hint: we are back baby! Everything is open! Also, it’s restaurant week! From July 19 to August 22, NYC Restaurant Week is back and better than ever, with lunch and dinner options for $21 or $39,…

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July 19, 2021

Second look: famous sculptures in NYC

“Meet me by the Astor Place cube!” That’s how this article came to be. Where did the cube come from, what does it symbolize? Read on to learn those answers and more about some of NYC’s most prominent sculptures. As a New Yorker, I don’t think we even notice these incredible sculptures, so we did…

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August 9, 2017

How to celebrate Valentine’s Day in NYC

They say Paris it the most romantic city. We agree but also think NYC isn’t far behind. Here are our favorite ways to spend a romantic day and night in the Big Apple: 1. Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art or the Guggenheim, then make your way through Central Park down to the Plaza Hotel…

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February 11, 2017