top 10 outdoorsy things to do in NYC (after Labor Day!)
10 reasons why you should spend the weekend outdoors.
Published Sep 10, 2015 5:00 AM
True to its name, this decade-centric fest is all about celebrating the best of the pre-Y2K era. With performances by Smash Mouth and Salt-N-Pepa, it’s pretty much guaranteed to be a good time.
September 12, 2015 1pm-10pm
50 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Catch the exhibit honoring the iconic aesthetic of Frida Khalo, featuring an exceptionally vibrant collection of the artist’s works and inspirations. Don’t miss Khalo’s infamous Casa Azul, re-created inside The Glasshouse.
Ends November 1, 2015
The New York Botanical Gardens
Consider this a treasure hunter’s dream. With hundreds of vendors and vintage finds as far as the eye can see, chances are you’ll be leaving with your hands full.
Fort Greene Flea
176 Lafayette Ave (between Clermont + Vanderbilt Ave)
50 Kent Ave (btw. N. 11+12 St)
What began as a movement to end poverty around the world, has easily become one of the most talked about events of the year. And with the likes of Beyonce and Coldplay slotted as headliners, it’ll surely be one amazing show!
Saturday, September 26, 2015
Central Park, Great Lawn, NYC
explore central park
Make the most of the warm weather, and spend the day at the park. Take a photo with the iconic Alice in Wonderland sculpture, go on a boat ride, or have a picnic! We’ll use any excuse to spend a few hours in a shaded spot, with a few of our favorite treats.
Calling all bookworms! This event is all about honoring the best and the brightest of the literary world. From panel discussions to themed readings, this festival is a must for readers of all ages.
September 20, 2015
Brooklyn Borough Hall and Plaza 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn NY 11201
The annual street food competition recognizes the best of what the street food scene has to offer. If this mouth-watering plate isn’t enough to get you there, we don’t know what is.
September 12, 2015
hudson river park
With over 500-acres of sprawling greens, Hudson River Park has more than enough options when it comes to outdoor events and activities. From mini golf to kayaking, there’s no shortage of fun under the sun.
This annual fete in Little Italy is all about celebrating Italian heritage, and with that, comes plenty of music and mouth-watering eats!
September 10-20, 2015
Take advantage of a lazy Sunday afternoon, and make your way to The Cloisters museums and gardens. The curated installations of medieval European art and architecture features thousands of inspired works, every art-lover must see!
99 Margaret Corbin Drive, Fort Tryon Park, New York, NY 10040