New York City offers lots of entertainment opportunities, and as a visitor, there may be so much you don’t know about what this vibrant city has in store for you!
Whether it’s a short weekend getaway or a long break from the rigors of the daily grind, you may find yourself in the Big Apple on a Saturday and unsure of what to do there!
Here’s where we can help— New York City which is comprised of five boroughs is ripe with opportunities to explore and uncover a host of wonderful experiences, and Saturdays are no exception. In fact, the weekend is the perfect chance to really discover what New York City has to offer, from daytime events to nighttime partying.
Visit the Brooklyn Flea
[241 37th St. Brooklyn, NY]
The Brooklyn Flea in Industry City has ample opportunity to make some great purchases! Set up between 10 am to 5 pm on Saturdays and Sundays, Brooklyn Flea is one of the more popular shopping attractions in the city. It features hundreds of vendors of everything from art and jewelry to furniture, antiques, and clothing. This is a must-visit bazaar!
Catch a Broadway or Off-Broadway Matinee
A quintessential New York City Saturday afternoon activity to indulge in would of course be to visit the Theater District and purchase substantially discounted tickets to a Broadway or Off-Broadway show from one of two TKTS ticket discounter locations, in NYC. Here you can purchase steeply discounted tickets for a next day matinee or for a same day evening performance. Tickets, though generally at full price, can also be purchased directly at a theater’s box office. There are also several theaters that hold curbside seat lotteries at steeply discounted pricing for same evening performances, two hours before showtime!
Meander Along the High Line
The railway turned park is yet another excellent option for your Saturday activity needs! Opened in 2009, this urban park, set on an elevated rail line, extends along Chelsea and the Meatpacking District, and has plenty of excellent dining options, art, and other attractions to uncover along the way, at street level.
Free Live Music at BAMcafé
[30 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY]
BAMcafé offers free concerts on Friday and Saturday nights, so head on over there for a live music experience. The genres range from pop to jazz and it’s important to show up a little early to get a seat, owing to its popularity!
Explore Central Park
There’s nothing like a lovely stroll surrounded by lush greenery and a serene atmosphere. Head over to Central Park for a little break from the hustle and bustle, and explore the beauty of this incredible and famous park.. Bethesda Terrace, Conservatory Water, Conversatory Garden, the Ramble, Cedar Hill, the Great Lawn, Belvedere Castle, Strawberry Fields John Lennon memorial tribute, and Sheep Meadow are some popular choices! And for the kids, check out Wollman Rink with it’s year-round activities, the Carousel, Boathouse boat rentals and the Central Park Zoo.
Indulge in the Nightlife
The Big Apple is the perfect place to be young, wild, and free—make your Saturday night a wild one by exploring the hottest in NYC nightlife. Listed below are just a few suggestions of some of the top bars and nightclubs to explore!
355 W 16th St (in Dream Downtown), New York, NY
62 Avenue C (btwn 4th & 5th), New York, NY
►House of Yes
2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, NY
453 West 17 Street, New York, NY
74 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY
The Standard, High Line, 848 Washington St, New York, NY<.p>
►Bossa Nova Civic Club
1271 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Why not take advantage of the weekend with the help of walking tour of a main tourist site in New York City? The City has many must-see locations to visit, and at My NY Tours, we’ll show you the wonder of our City through the eyes of a true New Yorker.
Whether it’s Central Park, the Meatpacking District, High Line Park, 9/11 Memorial or any other NYC area that you’d like to learn about and explore, we’ve got you covered. Our fun, friendly and passionate licensed guides are local New Yorkers, with insight and experience to give you a delightfully memorable tour like you’ve never experienced before!
We currently offer three different walking tours—“Secrets of the High Line”, “Central Park Secrets & Highlights Tour”, and “9/11…Blue Sky, Black Day””, a tour of the 9/11 Memorial and the Financial District.
Looking for something a little more customized? Private tours are also available!
Give us a call at 646 798 6676 to book a tour, today!.