MoMA First Floor & Sculpture Garden
Jun 1, 2022 @ 10:00 am - May 31, 2023 @ 5:30 pm
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
No ticket is needed to visit MoMA’s first floor including a lovely Sculpture Garden with a range of interesting statues (and a Paris Metro station entrance). Wander across marble stairs and bridges, throw a penny in the fountain, and bring a picnic or get ice cream and snacks from a stand in the back during warmer months.
By the film entrance, chill in comfy chais among black and white marble and rainbow Sol Lewitt murals. Take advantage of bathrooms with high-tech faucets and charging stations.
To the west, access free galleries with rotating exhibitions.
See our complete guide to MoMA.
Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Rocket Fund collaborated on new windows inspired by the theme of heartwarming holiday gifts, with bright colors, rocket ships rocket ships and kaleidoscopes ( and a $1 million donation to the charity).
A new light show on the facade, set to a holiday medley of Elton John songs, features over over…More info
This spacious old-fashioned French bistro is fully decked out inside and out with trees (including one with covered with blue teddy bears), nutcrackers, lights, Santas, angels, stockings on the stairs and more. The menu includes their signature blue cheese truffle salad, classic French onion soup, Croque Monsieur and steak Frites, plus burgers & chicken tenders…More info
Kick off the holiday season with the annual lighting of the largest Christmas tree in NYC.
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Central Park’s largest playground features a shaded area with swings and slides, a large, maze-like climbers, seasonal water features, sloped turf, a large sandbox area, low monkey bars, tunnels, ramps and (our favorite) giant rocks to climb. Plus a spacious bathroom.
Face painters, musicians and giant bubble makers often congregate at the entrance.More info