Fall in New York City has a certain allure. The holidays are quickly approaching, the air is crisp, and the leaves are changing color. Locals and visitors alike pack the streets of New York City even more densely than normal to enjoy the pleasant weather.
Some of the biggest and best citywide events all year round coincide with temperature changes. Here are a few things to do this fall in New York City if you're thinking about visiting there soon:
Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art to see the first significan t exhibition of pieces from the collection of Alfred Stieglitz, a skilled photographer and visionary champion of modern American and European art. The exhibition's standout pieces are by Picasso, O'Keefe, Kandinsky, and Brancusi.
Get a unique glimpse at some of The Big Apple's most important architectural and design landmarks. Take part in special tours of locations that are typically off-limits to the general public.
The Chrysler Building, the Apollo Theater, Grand Central Terminal, as well as numerous private residences, businesses, places of worship, and other locations are among the sites.
New York street festivals come with a change in the weather. Enjoy the city's numerous outdoor festivals, including the Eight Annual Autumn Festival on Eight Avenue from 42nd to 57th Street. There are also farmer's markets all over the place.
No matter the weather, Central Park is a terrif ic spot to visit and one of the most well-known sights in New York City. You'll pass by lakes, hills, woodlands, formal gardens, and expansive lawns as you stroll around the lovely park.
Central Park, a tranquil haven away from the city's noise and bustle, is a short distance from important routes and locations.
Visit the works of local artists, go on the carousel or skate at Wollman Rink, ride a horse yourself or in a carriage, or simply feed the ducks in the pond. The Bike and Roll Central Park Trip offers a three-hour, 10-mile biking tour as well!