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November 7, 2008 by  
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what to do in new york in the winter?

i moved here from texas about a month or two ago im 14 and i live in brooklyn right along the ocean and like almost under that 2 mile bridge what is fun to do in the winter? wheres like a must go place? also are there like plays? like the christmas carol and stuff like that? and where exactly is broadway because i always here like the shows on broadway

Hi, I would recommend the following:

- Go ice skating at Bryant Park, Rockefeller Center or Central Park
- Go sledding in Central Park
- Flushing Meadows Corona Park Pool & Rink – they have an 110,000-square-foot Olympic-sized indoor public pool, the largest in NYC
- Powerplay rock-climbing center in Brooklyn
- Play tennis at the Bridgeview Racquet and Fitness Club – It’s a 100,000-square-foot white tennis dome that houses eight indoor courts, a pro tennis shop, and a full-service gym for $35 per month.
- Riverdale Equestrian Center – just 30 minutes north of Manhattan. Learn how to horseback ride inside.
- Go to the New York Aquarium in Brooklyn
- Go to the New York Botanical Gardens in Queens – they are free
- Take a tour of the Brooklyn Brewery
- Bedford Avenue Flea Market in Williamsburg Brooklyn – located inside a 3,000-square-foot building
- Go to the Brooklyn Flea Market – it’s open year round
- New York Spa Castle in Flushing, Queens. For $35, you’ll get unlimited access to a foot and body massage pool, Hinoki Bath, sauna, indoor, outdoor, and kiddie pools, and an aqua bar.
- Get access to a steam room, sauna and indoor pool—for just $10 at The Grace Hotel in Times Square
- Take cooking lessons at the Brooklyn Kitchen. Most courses are only $25-$50.
- See the Grand Central Terminal Kaleidoscope Light Show
- City Bakery’s Hot Chocolate Festival – it’s in February
- See the New York Hall of Science in Brooklyn’s giant Snow Globe
- Go to the Bronx Zoo’s Wild Winterland
- The David Rubenstein Auditorium at the Lincoln Center has free performances throughout the winter
- See a performance of the The Nutcracker at the New York City Ballet
- Go to the Winter Antiques Show at the Park Avenue Armory
- Spend a day at FAO Schwartz on Central Park South or Toys R Us in Times square
- See the Holiday Window Displays at the following shops: Lord & Taylor, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Barneys, Bloomingdales, Macy’s
- Go to Winter Restaurant Week
- Golf at Chelsea Piers – inside
- Take a bus tour of Christmas lights in Brooklyn
- See the New York Transit Museum Grand Central Holiday Train show, it’s free
- See the following Holiday Christmas Trees: Rockefeller Center Christmas, Central Park, Madison Square Park, South Street
- Go to Ocean’s 8 in Brooklyn to play pool or ping pong
- Go to the Rose Center for Earth & Space for a show in 3D
- Take a free walking tour of Central Park, put on by the Central Park conservancy
- Go to the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular
- Go to the Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden in Queens
- Ride the Staten Island Ferry, it's free and lots of fun. You also get great views of the Statue of Liberty.
- Go to Calle Ocho on the Upper West Side for Sunday Brunch (they have unlimited sangria w/purchase of entree).
- Get a burger at Shake Shack, hands down NYC's best burger place
- Go to a free or $5 show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater
- Go to the Sony Wonder Technology Lab -- free admission
- Sit in the lobby of the Waldorf Astoria and bring a coffee. The couches are really comfy and the lobby is spectacular.
- Get a cupcake at Magnolia Bakery
- See Dylan's Candy Store -- opened by Bob Dylan's daughter
- Go to the NY Skyride, it’s the only virtual aerial simulator in NYC
- Take a double decker sightseeing tour of NYC – in the Winter, busses cover their open-top vehicles with a clear, see-through material so you can still experience the tour from the second story of the bus. Try Gray Line Tours.
- See a performance at Carnegie Hall
- Go to the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
- Go to the NYC Winter Jam at Central Park – it’s in February
- See a performance of The Nutcracker

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