New York attractions: The best places to visit in 2013 and beyond

Get the skinny on the coolest New York attractions opening in NYC—from rocking music venues to calming green spaces

Discover the New York attractions you need to know about. We’ve searched the city for the best just-opened spots, spiffy renovations of standbys like the Queens Museum, and amazing projects debuting years down the line. Plus, find out about some Williamsburg, Brooklyn, staples’ new Greenpoint digs. 

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New York attractions opening in 2013 and beyond

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New York attractions: New places that are already open

Discover the best New York attractions to have recently opened shop, such as NYC’s biggest rock-climbing gym and Greenpoint’s latest record store New places 2013 There’s no need to wait to check out these cool haunts. Find out about the most exciting New York attractions that recently made their big debuts, including Brooklyn arts center BRIC House, Greenwich Village venue SubCulture and more. RECOMMENDED: View all the new places to visit and New York attractions opening in 2013 and beyond Most popular in Things to Do October 2013 events calendar for New York City Plan your month with our events calendar of the very best activities, including the annual Village Halloween Parade. NYC events calendar 2013 May 2013 events calendar June 2013 events calendar July 2013 events calendar August 2013 events calendar September 2013 events calendar October 2013 events calendar November 2013 events calendar December 2013 events calendar Let’s be honest: There are lots of cool things to do in October—we love Open House New York and the CMJ Music Marathon—but we’re just getting ready for Halloween festivities at the end of the month. Use our events calendar to find the best Halloween events in NYC, along with our favorite theater and music events. RECOMMENDED: New York City events calendar for 2013 Featured events in October 2013 The New Yorker Festival Over the course of a weekend, staff writers and editors from the magazine interview dozens of movie stars, authors,

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New York attractions: Places opening in 2013 and beyond

Learn about these yet-to-premiere New York attractions, including the National September 11 Memorial Museum New places 2013 We’re very excited to duck into these New York attractions, some of which are opening as early as November. The future promises big developments in Prospect Park and on Governors Island, as well as newb spots like Brooklyn Night Bazaar’s year-round home and Rough Trade’s first U.S. shop. RECOMMENDED: View all the new places to visit and New York attractions opening in 2013 and beyond Most popular in Things to Do October 2013 events calendar for New York City Plan your month with our events calendar of the very best activities, including the annual Village Halloween Parade. NYC events calendar 2013 May 2013 events calendar June 2013 events calendar July 2013 events calendar August 2013 events calendar September 2013 events calendar October 2013 events calendar November 2013 events calendar December 2013 events calendar Let’s be honest: There are lots of cool things to do in October—we love Open House New York and the CMJ Music Marathon—but we’re just getting ready for Halloween festivities at the end of the month. Use our events calendar to find the best Halloween events in NYC, along with our favorite theater and music events. RECOMMENDED: New York City events calendar for 2013 Featured events in October 2013 The New Yorker Festival Over the course of a weekend, staff writers and editors from the magazine interview dozens of movie s

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New York attractions: Places on our radar

It’s worth keeping an eye out—and in some cases, your fingers crossed—for these promising New York attractions New places 2013 There are a ton of developments we can’t wait to see come to fruition. Some of these New York attractions could drop any minute now—the hush-hush Williamsburg club Verboten tells us they’ll open around Thanksgiving—while others, such as Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, won’t debut for several years. RECOMMENDED: View all the new places to visit and New York attractions opening in 2013 and beyond Most popular in Things to Do October 2013 events calendar for New York City Plan your month with our events calendar of the very best activities, including the annual Village Halloween Parade. NYC events calendar 2013 May 2013 events calendar June 2013 events calendar July 2013 events calendar August 2013 events calendar September 2013 events calendar October 2013 events calendar November 2013 events calendar December 2013 events calendar Let’s be honest: There are lots of cool things to do in October—we love Open House New York and the CMJ Music Marathon—but we’re just getting ready for Halloween festivities at the end of the month. Use our events calendar to find the best Halloween events in NYC, along with our favorite theater and music events. RECOMMENDED: New York City events calendar for 2013 Featured events in October 2013 The New Yorker Festival Over the course of a weekend, staff writers and editors from the magazine interview dozens of

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Goodbye, Williamsburg; hello, Greenpoint, Brooklyn!

Find out why a trio of beloved ’Burg businesses is starting a new life up north in Greenpoint, Brooklyn As Williamsburg continues its incredible economic boom, some of its early indie pioneers are heading out. Which isn’t to suggest the nabe is losing its edge, to loosely quote LCD Soundsystem. For every nationwide chain like Whole Foods or Urban Outfitters hoping to stake a claim in the area, there’s a one-of-a-kind, hyped spot—such as the club Verboten or record-shop-cum-music-venue Rough Trade—already moving in. Still, three staples (Beacon’s Closet, Academy Record Annex and the Flying Squirrel) are bidding adieu to the ’hood. Here’s the lowdown on their new nearby digs. RECOMMENDED: View all the new places to go and New York attractions opening in 2013 and beyond Despite Billyburg’s reputation as a music hub—it’s still the king of DIY venues, boasting Death by Audio, 285 Kent Ave and Glasslands—the district hasn’t been particularly friendly toward record stores in recent months. Sound Fix closed for good in April; Earwax switched locations over the summer (but stayed in Williamsburg, taking a smaller space on North 9th Street, blocks from the Greenpoint, Brooklyn border); and Academy Record Annex ditched its ten-year-old outpost at North 6th Street earlier this month for a spot by the Greenpoint waterfront. Co-owner Mike Davis, a longtime Greenpoint resident, told the blog Greenpointers of the store’s new neighborhood: “It’s definitely getting a certain amount of

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New York attractions: New places to go in NYC in 2012

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New York attractions: New places to go in NYC in the future (2012)

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New York attractions: Arrested developments in NYC (2012)

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shakell
shakell

heeeey guys im a new girl to this thingy maybe yea i love new york its just the best :)

shakell
shakell

okay you need better palces and i rate it a 2 because the things are kinda boring