✨Commemorate MLK Day with activities at CMOM and the Brooklyn Children's Museum or a matinee with the acclaimed Harlem Gospel Choir.

✨Last chance for African American Art in the 20th Century at Hudson River Museum, one of the cultural gems outside NYC.

✨Honor MLK at home by learning Black culture and doing all-ages service projects .

💰 January means chilly weather and hot deals, as NYC's finest tries to lure locals with during NYC Must-See Week (which is actually 4 weeks, Jan 18-Feb 13, which lets the Omnicron peak hopefully pass).

💰 Get 2-for-1 deals on favorite museums, pop-ups and Big Apple Circus.

💰 Play tourist - when there aren't any many around - with 50% savings on skyscraper views.

💰Dine on special prix-fixe meals ($29-$39 for two-three courses) at a variety of spots during NYC Restaurant Week.

💰 Get 2-for-1 Broadway tickets for select shows including a couple kid favorites. 


❄️ Glide at scenic ice rinks around town, including harborside in FiDi near stunning rainbow lights, amid a fantastical citrus forest in midtown and in the new Governors Island Winter Village.

❄️ Take a spin on the free-admission rink in Bryant Park's Winter Village on skates  - or bumper cars!

❄️  In Brooklyn, skate with a view at William Vale rink, on the roof of the Brooklyn Children's Museum and in hip, happening Industry City.

❄️ Walk through dazzling lights at New York Botanical Garden's GLOW (where the charming Holiday Train Show chugs on through Jan 23), at Illuminate the Farm in Queens or a rainbow tunnel in the Garment District

🎨 Visit must-see exhibits at climate-controlled museums.  At the spacious Metropolitan Museum, see Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Art (perfect for aspiring princesses and princess) and Surrealism Beyond Borders with lobster phones and other bizarre takes.

🎨 Last chance to see the striking Alexander Calder survey at MoMA and say goodbye to the Rockefeller Christmas Tree (both up though Jan 15)

🎨 Rock out with totally awesome music videos, costumes and more in New York, New Music: 1980-1986.

🎨 Learn about a feminist icon from NYC at New-York Historical Society's immersive Notorious RBG exhibit (closing Jan 23) and see cool vintage toys in Holiday Express: Toys and Trains from the Jerni Collection.

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