NYC Weekend Guide for January 20 – 21, 2018

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It may be cold out right now, but NYC is hotter than ever with things to see and do! From performing arts events to special exhibits at the city’s famed museums and cultural institutions, this weekend offers a little bit of something for everyone here in the Big Apple. Here’s just a few activities and events to keep in mind!


Looking for something really fun and unique to do this weekend? Check out Accomplice, an interactive show that blends immersive theater with a walking tour and scavenger hunt. Choose from three and two-hour options that start in Lower Manhattan. Find out more information here!

Nerd Nite

This fun night of trivia and presentations explores all things nerdy! Interesting lectures will be presented on everything from galactic travel to video games. Takes place at Littlefield at 635 Sackett Street in Brooklyn starting this Friday at 7PM. Don’t miss this!

Winter Antiques Show

Fans of history and artwork alike will definitely want to check out this year’s Winter Antiques Show taking place at the Park Avenue Armory at 643 Park Avenue in Manhattan starting this Friday at 12PM. Explore more than 700 booths of vintage art, furniture, antiques and housewares at this unique and interesting event. Don’t miss out!

The Butterfly Conservatory

This weekend, head on over to this popular ongoing exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History along Central Park West in Manhattan. The exhibit – fun for all ages – offers an up close and personal look at several butterfly species inside a vivarium. A great way to spend a cold winter afternoon!

Dunsmore: Illustrating the American Revolutionary War

History buffs will definitely want to head over to the Fraunces Tavern Museum at 54 Pearl Street in Manhattan to check out 47 authentic paintings of the American Revolution by acclaimed artist John Ward Dunsmore. Find out more details right here!

Catch an Off-Broadway Show

Want to take in a show but don’t want to make the trek all the way out to the Theater District in Manhattan? Check out the city’s rich array of acclaimed Off-Broadway theaters instead! Just a few include the Cherry Lane Theatre,  Stage 42, the Orpheum Theatre and many others!

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