Studio Ghibli Fest: Howl’s Moving Castle
See acclaimed Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki’s fantastical animated adventure on the big screen.
Also at AMC Loews Kipps Bay, Regal Union Square, Regal Battery Park, New Rochelle and other theaters.
Enter an 18-foot tall, bold-colored cocoon-like structure houses adorned with a handmade mosaic of nearly 400,000 hand-placed acrylic fingernails to find tiered water fountain inside a warm, welcoming, and enveloping space.
Encounter a range of sensory experiences, such as heat, sound, and scent. At 11:11am and 5:55pm each day, visitors can receive a Florida Water-scented…More info
See wearable art, photography, and a visual photo loop with corsets from a number of creative artisans from 13 different countries in a hotel lobby gallery. These corsets complement rather than constrain the wearer and highlight the artistry of the undervalued costume makers of the world. Works are made from textiles and new hi-tech materials,…More info
See an installation of an Ofrenda flanked by two monumental Alebrijes sculptures from Oaxaca, a floral installation atop the Atlas statue, and an exhibition of catrinas and a gastronomy and handcraft tianguis October 29th-31st.
Presented by Rockefeller Center in collaboration with the Consulate General of Mexico in New York through its Cultural Institute in partnership with Tequila Casa Dragones, The State of Oaxaca and Visit Mexico.More info
Enter an immersive maze featuring more than 100 of theater’s most beautiful and complex garments from shows like The Lion King, Phantom of the Opera and many more (plus some Storm Troopers). See up close the detail and craftsmanship typically only seen far away on stage or screen. Costume makers and experts will be on-site…More info
Discover some of the Netflix serie’s most iconic locations and check out all of the gnarly merch and rad activities waiting inside. Take a peek at the lockers of Hawkins High, answer the yellow phone at Joyce’s house, play games at the Palace Arcade, shop in the Starcourt Mall, avoid the Rift in the Russian…More info
Featuring songs by the Sherman Brothers and by A.A. Milne, this beautifully crafted musical stage adaptation set deep in the Hundred Acre Wood is told with stunning life-size puppetry through the eyes of the Winnie the Pooh, Christopher Robin, and their best friends Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit and Owl (and Tigger too!).
By the…More info
Have a pink Christmas with an instagrammable brunch at indoor/outdoor Magic Hour on Moxy Times Square hotel’s 18th floor. Feast on fancy pancakes, ‘Pink Bling’ donut rings and cotton candy-topped s’mores stacks amid pink logs, frosted pink blooms, diamond-encrusted, a flower arch with pink antler chandeliers and seats fashioned after ski-lifts.
Online reservations recommended. Kids…More info
* Watch skaters – or skate yourself on the city’s only free rink. Online advance reservations required. Dates for skating reservations roll out daily two weeks before skate time.
* Skate Rentals are $15-$45; discounted during off-peak hours and dates. Helmets also availble ($6). Penguin skate aids available for younger kids ($22, free before…More info
This urban rink is one of the smallest and most expensive in the city, but the iconic location is pure magic. Mostly outdoors, but admission is through the indoor skate house.
Admission varies by day and time as much as $30, so go early in the day, week and season if you can.More info