New York is one of the biggest cities in the world. The big apple is known for having everything someone could possibly need. Attracting millions of tourists a year, it’s no wonder this city is called “the city that never sleeps”. As the calendar goes into spring, event will begin to crop up across the city.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Warmer weather is headed our way and the plants and trees are starting to bloom. An exciting event at the start of the season is watching the Japanese cherry blossom trees come to life after the long winter. Having a meal with friends and family under the trees is a tradition that dates back centuries in the tree’s home country of Japan. Just one look at these blooming cherry blossoms and you will know its spring. The Cherry Blossom Festival is a must-see!
Yankees Home Game
The start of spring means more than just plants blooming– it also signifies the start of the baseball season. Going to a MLB Baseball game is a great way to pass the time. Even if you support the other team, the experience will be well worth it. Fans and non-fans alike will come out at least enjoying a good game.
Macy’s Flower Show
New York City even has activities for those who want to relax in a peaceful setting. If you are a plant lover or just want something different, then this event may be for you. The theme this year is “Once Upon a Springtime“. It’s sure to have unique and interesting plant displays for guests to see. it’s sure to be a fun time surrounded by nature’s wonders.
Bacon and Beer Classic
A popular annual event is this food festival. The unique aspect is how they combine Bacon into the drinks and dishes. The festival boasts over 50 original drinks and dishes, plus an additional 100 from local breweries. This event has endless fun as there’s something new to try at every turn. You will never quite know what to expect.
New York City is a place where they have anything you might want. There’s an activity that will be of interest to someone. Between cherry blossoms, baseball, flowers, and a food festival, there’s already plenty to do in the city. Enjoy the spring season.