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Plant Nite 220 East 86th Street, New York, NY MoreLess Info
No green thumb is required to design a terrarium at this out-of-the-ordinary creative social event
With over 12 acres of lush and comfortable riverside views, Gantry Plaza State Park is a favorite among locals. With a walking path along four of the park's piers and a seating area looking upon midtown Manhattan, there is plenty to look at.
Dedicated to Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi, the Noguchi Museum features 13 galleries and an outdoor sculpture garden. In here there are exhibited 297 of his works, making this the largest collection of these artist's works.
The double-deckers from Big Taxi Bus Tours will take the visitors through the downtown and uptown New-York. Also, tours during the night are also available, across the Manhattan Bridge and into the Brooklyn Bridge Park. Some of the main attractions are the Statue of Liberty and the 9/11 Memorial.
100% 37 votes
Center Blvd. between 50 Ave. and 54 Ave., Long Island City, NY MoreLess Info
A great place to run, Hunter's Point South Park, which is located in Long Island City, New York, once was an abandoned post-industrial spot. The renovated area features a central green, dog run, bikeway and waterside promenade
Indoor Extreme Sports offers paintball, zombie lasertag, arena lasertag, black ops lasertag, and more. Guests can enjoy adrenaline pumping games in a unique indoor atmosphere that brings the challenges to life.
Dedicated entirely to the contemporary art, MoMA PS1 is one of the largest institutions of this kind in America. It was founded in 1971 and, besides its permanent and temporary exhibitions, also organizes special events, such as the Warm Up and the Sunday Sessions.
100% 7 votes
4-10 Center Blvd, Long Island City, NY 11109 MoreLess Info
With a 13,000 square foot pavilion stocked with concessions, Hunters Point South Waterfront Park has a number of comforts and amenities, including a dog run, a bikeway, volleyball courts, fitness equipment, and playgrounds.
41-26 27th Street, Long Island City, NY 11101 MoreLess Info
RESOBOX is a unique Japanese art gallery and cultural space in New York's Long Island City. The exhibits are ever-changing and the space offers visitors tea, coffee and hands-on art classes.