A Night at the Museum
What: Okay, who has seen the movies? The Museum of Natural History is doing a sleepover in the actual museum! So cool!
Where: American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West & 79th Street
When: January 25th & February 23
What: Frozen has been an ongoing hit, and theater life on the East Coast is an evergreen classic, so Frozen on Ice is a must.
Where: Home of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
1255 Hempstead Turnpike, Uniondale
When: January 10 – January 13
What: If you can’t seem to shake that Christmas Spirit just yet, Gingerbread Lane is on though January!
Where: New York Hall of Science
When: Through January 13th
New York City is well known for its plethora of delicious food! Uncover the history behind some of best, yet hidden, spots in town.
What: Taro’s Origami is only located in San Francisco and Brooklyn and is a fun way to get out of the house, while staying out of the cold!
Where: 95 7th Ave
What: If you and/or your kids are a fan of Doc McStuffins, their exhibit at the Liberty Science Center is both interactive and educational!
Where: Liberty Science Center
222 Jersey City Blvd.
When: Through January 27th
New York is known for its theater life and through January, The Amazing Max brings you a magical experience with entertaining tricks!
What: New York is known for its theater life and through January, The Amazing Max brings you a magical experience with entertaining tricks!
Where: Theater at Blessed Sacrament
153 West 71st Street
When: Through February 3rd
Off Broadway shows are always a treat, especially if you’re a Harry Potter fan. Catch this Puffs show before it ends!
What: Off Broadway shows are always a treat, especially if you’re a Harry Potter fan. Catch this Puffs show before it ends!
Where: New World Stages
340 W 50th St
When: Through January 31st
What: Indoor Gardens are sprinkled throughout New York and are great if you’re not a museum person, or have already visited all of the museums New York has to offer.
When: Winter hours are 10-5 from January 22 – March 4.
An interactive shopping experience that takes you out of the city and into wilderness!
Open 7 days a week
110 5th Ave
What: Enjoy some music to get you out of the cold and somber winter feels. Jazz is a great pick me and New York is riddled with it, like this festival of jazz unique to the beginning winter months.
Where: Greenwich Village
When: January 11th – January 12th
14 thoughts on “New York City in January!”
New York City is one of the most amazing cities in the country. I always love it when my work takes me out there. I always book a couple of extra days.
Thank you so much for the awesome post, we are actually going to be in NYC towards the end of Jan, I can’t wait!
You are giving me major wanderlust ? these all look so fun!
I just found your blog an love it! So much fun! The amazing Max looks soooo fun! I need to get my kids out more!
Just love New York! There is always something to do but I enjoy the museums the most. It’s amazing.
My son has been begging to go to NYC and this has convinced me. A sleepover at the Museum of Natural History sounds amazing!
I went to New York last year around this time and had an amazing time it looks like you did too.
You seemed to have truly enjoyed your trip to New York City.. New York city is the place to visit in the Winter as the city does not slow down for the seasons. New York City is truly a place of fun food and laughter.
looks like you had a lot of fun p there! happy new year!
I love both movies you’ve mention and my kids really enjoy the frozen movie. New York is such an incredible place to visit and there’s so much we can do here. The city that never sleep.
Disney on Ice is always a serious treat! I would love to get to go again soon!
A Night at the Museum?! I would’ve loved to do something like that! Disney on Ice looks like a lot of fun! Totally on my bucket list. Thanks for sharing!
wow, a sleepover at the museum? That’s pretty cool. My daughter would love to experience that.
I have always wanted to do a museum sleepover – looks like so much fun