Be happy in New York this summer. 7 things you must do! Because the week have also 7 days. It’s up to you not get bored in 2015. Make your plan!
Go to see Free Shakespeare in the Park because they are celebrating its 53rd Anniversary in 2015. More than five million people have visited the Delacorte Theater for free performances, making it one of New York City’s most beloved summer traditions. The 2015 season of Shakespeare in the park will feature The Tempest and Cymbeline. The lottery will begin each day at midnight for the performance that same day, and winners will be notified by 2:00 p.m.
Enjoy the Brooklyn Flea’s Smorgasburg, the weekly food festival that takes place on Saturday afternoons on the Williamsburg and DUMBO waterfronts. It’s funny and… YUMMY!
Watch one of HBO Bryant Park’s Film Festival. Every Monday and for free (typically around 8:30pm.) So grab a blanket, bring some snacks and enjoy cinema in the open air. This year: June 22: Ghostbusters (1984); June 29: The Killers (1946); July 6: The Poseidon Adventure (1972); July 13: I’m No Angel (1993); July 20: Badlands (1973); July 27: Footloose (1984); August 3: Marathon Man (1976); August 10: Desk Set (1957); August 17: Chinatown (1974); August 24: Back to the Future (1985).
Why not a cocktail at one of New York’s rooftop bars? How about 230 Fifth for its rooftop garden, stellar view of the Empire State Building? The experience can be fantastic!
Take the A train all the way up to 190th Street and visit The Cloisters. The Cloisters museum and gardens is the branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to medieval art and architecture. Featuring 5,000 works of art, including magnificent sculpture, illuminated manuscripts, stained glass, and the celebrated Unicorn Tapestries.
Celebrate Bastille Day on July 14th just like the French on Smith Street in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. From 12 AM to 8 PM, visitors can enjoy French food, drinks, and a game of Petanque.
Have a picnic with your family or friends in Sheep Meadow, and enjoy the gorgeous Central Park views.