Best Things To Do In New York City This Fall

Published on: November 16, 2016

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There’s nothing quite like Autumn in New York. As the easy vibes of summer fade, the cool autumn weather and colorful foliage set the stage for the fall season. See our suggestions on how to capture your #daylife and get outdoors this season.

1)    Explore Art at Pioneer Works


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Get in touch with contemporary culture at Pioneer Works in Red Hook. Open to the public Wednesday through Sunday from 12pm-6pm, Pioneer Works is a non-profit foundation that fosters creativity in the arts and sciences. For the ultimate experience, explore the main exhibition space, artist-in-residence studios and magical backyard garden.

2) Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge 


Begin at the Brooklyn Bridge Promenade and take the 1.1 mile stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge to venture into Manhattan. Enjoy a fresh autumn breeze, glimpses of foliage in Brooklyn Bridge Park and views of the Manhattan skyline.


3) See the fall foliage in Central Park


Shutterbugs delight! Central Park looks magnificent in the fall and its colorful leaves provide a stunning backdrop for photography. Stroll along the 1.58-mile track around the Central Park Reservoir and take in the changing leaves.

 4) Check out Fall Forest Weekends at Thain Family Forest


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Bring your family to explore the Thain Family Forest  on November 12th and 13th and immerse yourselves in the beauty of nature. Grab your binoculars and take a scenic canoe trip down the Bronx River while you bird watch. 

From Brooklyn to Manhattan, wherever you travels take you, 1 Hotels is here to welcome and inspire you to capture your #daylife.

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