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  Anyone visiting New York City is bound to pay a visit to the Empire State Building. It's perhaps the most iconic building in all of Manhattan. And on that visit, they may just notice a particular building resting in the shadow of the Empire State Building: the Hotel Wolcott.



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In the Shadow of the Empire State Building

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Easter, much like many holidays has become more of a fun family tradition than strictly a religious experience for many families in America. Whether you're celebrating Easter, Passover, or neither, egg hunts are a fun all-ages Springtime tradition. New York City has a wide range of free egg hunts in all 5 boroughs on Easter Day for locals without backyards and NYC tourists alike. We've got options for non-denominational Easter Day events in NYC!

Here is our list of the top Easter events in New York on Easter Day:






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70+ degrees outside? Spring is here! This is always an exciting time in New York City. Easter is also just around the corner, and we have the perfect way to celebrate spring time and Easter all at once - New York Harbor cruises! 

We can say from experience that NY cruises are a blast, and a great way to see the beautiful island of Manhattan from a different perspective - cruising the waves of the New York Harbor. Spring is one of the best times to take a New York cruise, enjoy some sunshine and just let loose. 






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New York City is turning green! St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and the options for Irish-themed fun are endless. Whether you’re from the Emerald Isle or not, you are bound to find something fun to do in New York City - be it drinking green beer at an Irish pub, visiting a historic church, or watching bagpipers in a parade. Want to know more about these ideas? Here are some of our favorite places to spend St. Patrick’s Day in NYC:






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This holiday season in New York City, window shopping comes with a whole new twist. Every year major department stores in New York transform their windows into magical holiday displays with a brand new theme and a whole new look to impress visitors and embrace the holiday tradition. The grand revealing of the displays has already occurred this year and windows are all complete and available for viewing. A round of applause to the big hitters who have once again come up with creative and magical themes!

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Looking for the best NYC attractions to tackle on your next trip, but overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of exciting things to do in New York City? Use this interactive map of New York City's most popular attractions to plot your travel itinerary. Be sure to include as many fantastic attractions, museums, monuments, parks and skyscrapers as possible you don't want to look back and regret missing the one your chirpy neighbor saw.






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Thanksgiving is almost upon us and whether you’re a local New Yorker, or travelling to NYC for Thanksgiving, there’s no reason for you to miss the most famous holiday parade in the country – the Macys’ Thanksgiving Day Parade!  This 85+ year tradition will continue this November 26th at 9am






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When you first arrive at Stand Up NY, on the Upper West Side, you’re immediately struck by the relationship between history and young energy the intimate club has.






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The New York City Halloween count-down continues and with the creepiest holiday of the year coming up quick, if you’re not already in the spirit, you’re behind schedule!  October in NYC is full of spooky fun, so get your scream on at some of the spooky, creepy, and haunted events around the Big Apple. 

Whether you're seeking a frightening haunted house, spooky cemetery bike tour, creepy costume carnival, or any other spine-tingling scares, the upcoming Halloween events in New York City have it covered.






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New York City is one of the most romantic cities in the world! If you’re lucky enough to visit the Big Apple for a with your other half, the city is your oyster. With so many things to do, the opportunities for romance are endless - whether it’s a cozy stroll through Central Park, a candlelit dinner in Little Italy, drinks in the Meatpacking District, or something a little off the wall, you will definitely have a night to remember. It’s completely impossible to be bored in New York City if you plan ahead with these romantic date ideas in New York City.