As warm weather sets in and the city further reopens, explore “must-do” activities in Flatiron and NoMad. Add experiences around the neighborhood to your NYC summer bucket list including museums, interactive dining, a little friendly competition, live music, and craft workshops.
Chelsea Flea Market, 29 West 25th Street, btwn Fifth & Sixth Avenue A treasure trove of one-of-a-kind finds, shop the Chelsea Flea Market every Saturday and Sunday, from 8 am to 5 pm, rain or shine! Browse art, jewelry, antiques, and unique vintage goods.
The FRIENDS™ Experience, 130 East 23rd Street, Get Tickets Here Visit the two-floor immersive space and explore the world of everyone’s favorite show, FRIENDS™. After you check out all 18 rooms, stop by the Central Perk cafe for themed treats and coffee and grab a souvenir at their store. Plan a one-of-a-kind staycation – you and a friend can sleepover and have the whole place to yourselves for a night.
Gramercy Theatre, 127 East 23rd Street, (212) 614-6932, Concert Line-up
Concerts are something we’ve all missed and longed for the past year. Check out upcoming music performances for this summer at Gramercy Theatre.
Il Fiorista, 17 West 26th Street, (646) 490-8240, Florist Classes
The flower and herb-focused restaurant doubles as a floral education center as well. Workshops are regularly offered at the space. Past classes included designing arrangements and learning how to make floral cocktails. Upcoming floral workshops can be found here.
Premier Indoor Golf, 1 East 28th Street 3rd floor, (646) 657-0174, Make a Reservation Whether you’re a pro, a newbie, or looking for a fun experience, play, practice, and improve your game with Premier Indoor Golf. As you practice and play, you’ll have access to comprehensive data metrics for every shot and your choice of courses from around the world.
Thyme Bar, 20 West 23rd Street, (646) 828 8707, Get Tickets Here
Treat yourself to the ultimate cocktail dining experience… picture cocktails and dishes that are so exquisite you can’t help but reach for your phone each course to grab a picture.Tickets to reserve a table are recommended.
Pen and Brush, 29 East 22nd Street, (212) 475-3669, Admission is Free The 125-year-old not-for-profit showcases the work of female artists and writers with the ultimate goal of effecting change within the marketplace. The gallery is open Tuesday through Friday, 11 am to 5 pm. Evening Hours and Saturdays are available by appointment – contact firstname.lastname@example.org.