Madison Square Park is small but nearby stores, quirky museums & more make it a great spot to send the day.

Also see what's happening in the rest of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and beyond NYC plus guides to museums, pop-ups, free public art and outdoor adventures.

Sign up for our email list and follow our insta for the latest.


Harry Potter New York

Shop for the largest collection of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts products in the world from pocket money items to rare collectibles. Find exclusive lines, magical photo opportunities and lots more over three floors and over 20,000 sq. ft. Lots of fun photo ops; strike a pose inside a London phone box as if transporting yourself to the Ministry of Magic or step into Hagrid’s boots. Get one of a kind personalization including engraving a wand, embossing a journal and embroidering a house robe with your name. Guests at least 48 inches tall and 10+ years old can sign up for one of two (or both) virtual reality experiences: Chaos at Hogwarts & Wizards Take Flight

National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath)

Dynamic exhibits and programs stimulate inquiry, spark curiosity and reveal the wonders of mathematics. Learn about the math in patterns and structures all around us – and try to ride a bike with square wheels. See nine rare works by renowned artist M.C. Escher in new art exhibition, Alternative Perspectives along with three-dimensional sculptures by…


Serra Alpina at Eataly

Step into a winter greenhouse that changes with with season. Feast on the cuisine of the Italian Alps region with kid-friendly choices like risotto, fried rice balls and mocktails.

Several other sit-down and to-go options throughout the Italian emporium include outdoor igloo dining on 23rd Street and 5th Ave, Napoli-style pizza, delicious gelato and a…

Rolf’s Bar & Restaurant

Dine under over 150,000 antique glass ornaments hanging from the ceiling and 150 antique dolls and other decor and this 50-year-old festive legend.  German/Bavarian far includes potato pancakes with applesauce, hamburgers, meatloaf, five types of schnitzel and more.

Reservations are a must and already booked for December, Monday-Wednesday lunches are your best…

230 Fifth Ave

Enjoy breathtaking views of the city (including the Empire State Building) from heated igloos on a rooftop garden with floral decor, topiaries.

Bruch reservations are $40/guest (+ tax & tip), applied toward food and beverage. Includes 1.5 hours of time for up to 10 guests. Walk ins encouraged.

Reserve a Movie Night Igloo Reservations …