Come out and celebrate the biggest party of the year in New York City! A month-long list of festivities awaits your enthusiastic participation in the name of equal rights, and it’s gonna be a blast. June 2019 isn’t just another Pride month kicking off the summer on the right foot. This year is the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and the birth of the LGBTQ movement, so the community is totally swinging out this first half a century with a bang. And all are invited! Here is a list of all the events you should not miss this Pride month 2019.
June is a great month to visit New York City! From celebrations of love and nature to live music, performances and free movie events, this month brings great festivities suited to everyone’s interests. Here are our top 10 recommended activities to explore solo, with friends, a spouse, or with family and experience New York City like a real local.
It’s not called the city that never sleeps for nothing! Year after year, New York never ceases to amaze and tantalize us with all sorts of new things happening all the time. Check out all the new things to expect this year from a bold city that continues to reinvent itself more than any pop star could ever imagine. These 2019 surprises span a range of interests: Architecture, Culture, Shopping, and more, to delight us at all angles.
Spring is in the air, bringing along long days of sunshine and blooming flowers. Consider planning your springtime activities with Harlem Spirituals/New York Visions. Whether you want to spend a day exploring Manhattan, or want to branch out to the City’s other boroughs of Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, our guided visits are intended to make sure that you get the most out of your time in New York City. Are you looking for super fun things to do in Gotham this season? Read on for some more exhilarating ways to welcome spring in New York City.
Thanksgiving is a day dedicated to showing appreciation for those around you as well as for the blessing of the harvest of the preceding year. This gracious holiday takes place on the fourth Thursday of November every year and traditionally involves bountiful amounts of food, football, family, friends and of course, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. Dating back to 1924, the Macy’s parade dazzles the streets between 77th and 34th with world-renowned marching bands, floats, and iconic character balloons. As fun as these Thanksgiving traditions can be, why not consider something different for Thanksgiving in New York City? After you watch the Parade in person, of course. Read more