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Tuesday is the last day for stargazing on the High Line

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Rebecca Fontana

Yes, you can actually see the stars in NYC, but not for much longer—Tuesday will be the last day of the weekly stargazing event at the High Line. Held at the Diller-von Furstenberg Sundeck at 14th Street, the event’s been happening every Tuesday since April. It’s free to attend, so head over at dusk to join the group and peep at stars through telescopes one last time before winter arrives.

You can also check out the High Line’s other events, including a winter tour, or map out a walk before it gets too chilly out. And here are all your other stargazing options in NYC.

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