NYC Weekend Guide for October 7 – 8, 2017

Fall is finally here in the Big Apple!

With the leaves starting to turn color and Halloween coming up soon, NYC is as vibrant as ever. From haunted houses to ice skating to street markets, there’s really something for everyone this weekend! Here’s just a quick look at a few things to see and do here in New York City for the weekend of October 7 – 8, 2017.

Blood Manor

In the mood for a good scare for Halloween? Head on over to Blood Manor at 163 Varick Street in Manhattan for a fun yet frightful time! Opens this Friday starting at 7PM.

The Collective Market

The Collective Market is New York City’s premier destination for handmade and artisanal jewelry, home décor, fashion and more – all crafted by the city’s top designers and artists. Starts this Saturday at 12PM at 106 North Third Street in Williamsburg Brooklyn. Don’t miss out!

Tribeca Drive-In Dinner and Movie

Who doesn’t love a good drive-in movie with dinner to go with it? Head on over to the Oculus at the World Trade Center to catch some new and classic flicks along with some great food and drinks. Starts this Friday and Saturday at 7:30PM. For a fun and unique event, be sure not to miss this!

Boo at the Zoo

Really want to get in the Halloween and autumn spirit for the month? There’s no better place to go than the Bronx Zoo for the fun Boo at the Zoo event. Featuring musical performances, food, hayrides, costume parades and even more, Boo at the Zoo is the leading destination for all things fall and Halloween related in NYC! Starts this Saturday and Sunday at 10AM.

Ice Skating at Rockefeller Center

One telltale sign that the weather’s cooling off? The famous ice skating rink at Rockefeller is open once again! Beat the holiday crowds and head there soon! The iconic ice rink opens this Saturday starting at 8:30AM.

Explore Central Park

Central Park is spectacular anytime of the year, but fall is always especially great. Go for a run, take a relaxing walk, rent a rowboat for a leisurely ride or just stroll through the celebrated park to see its beautiful palate of changing colors up close and personal!