Suggested Ages: All
This large-scale public sculpture and queer poetry collaboration built from reclaimed lumber and cast-acrylic panels interacts with the sun setting over the Hudson River. In Riverside Park near 67th Street.
Experience the lavish New York City Ballet Nutcracker that started it all in 1954, featuring exquisite costumes, magnificent sets and top-notch dance talent. See twirling snowflakes, leaping candy canes, waltzing flowers, and so much more to Tchaikovsky’s iconic score (played live by a full orchestra).
Pricey but priceless; wait until your kid is able to…More info
Join Lincoln Center for concerts with artists from across the globe in genres ranging from swing to Afro-Peruvian to opera. Performers change daily; some are more kid-friendly than others, but the vibe is usually relaxed with space to walk and dance in the back.
The indoor space is weather proof but with fountains and plant-covered…More info
Iconic restaurant Tavern on the Green hosts a Christmas Tree Lighting with festive holiday music from the Manhattan Hollywood Carolers, DJ Tweed and a special surprise Broadway performance. Complimentary apple cider, hot chocolate, soft drinks, and sweet and savory treats available.
The already sparkly restaurant’s 20-foot Christmas tree has more than 2,000 ornaments and 10,000…More info