The City is Back in Bloom

Discover the Sights and Sounds of Spring

With many events, arts and entertainment venues now reopening at reduced and safe capacities, the city’s vibrant entertainment and outdoor scene is thriving again in New York City. What’s more, warm-sun-filled days and comfortable cool nights are just another reason to get out there and take it all in. From performances at world-class cultural institutions, to a visit to the Museum of Ice Cream, there’s something delicious for everyone to enjoy. 

MoMA Presents Alexander Calder

The Alexander Calder exhibition celebrates one of the most beloved artists of the 20th century and presents rarely seen works, including the large-scale Man-Eater with Pennants, which will be on view in the Sculpture Garden for the first time in more than 50 years. Learn More >

Colorful Cosmic Nature

The popular KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature installation at the New York Botanical Garden showcases the immersive and wonderous creations of Yayoi Kusama. The celebrated artist reveals her lifelong fascination with the natural world, beginning with her childhood spent in the greenhouses and fields of her family’s seed nursery. Learn More >

Restart Stages at Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center has introduced a new outdoor Performing Arts Center with inspired concerts by the Chamber Music Society, dance workshops from New York City Ballet, film screenings and cabarets. Learn More >

The Latest Scoop

Treat yourself to multi-sensory installations at this ice cream lovers paradise, with spirited guides serving up entertainment along the way. Family experiences and night-time date nights are offered, and of course sweet treats and samples are on the agenda. Learn More >