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  • NBC Studio Tour

    30 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10020
    212-664-3700 The NBC Studio Tour is a little expensive, but fun. If you're lucky, you may catch a Saturday Night Live rehearsal. (The odds are in your favor during the fall and spring.) Unless something is under construction, you will see all of the sets for the shows filmed here in NYC, including the news programs. Their website often is overloaded, so it's better to phone. More >>

  • New York Aquarium

    New York Aquarium

    Surf Ave. & W. 8th St. Brooklyn, NY 11224
    718-265-FISH The New York Aquarium is just about the only thing open on Coney Island during the winter (actually it's open 365 days a year). With a typical array of sharks, rays, otters, whales and other fish, the aquarium t is the only one in the city and has a long history (it used to be in Battery Park in 1896). Not only that, it still manages to properly evoke old-time Coney Island while remaining modern, which is a feat. Hours: May 27-Sept 4 Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat & Sun 10am-7pm All others: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat & Sun 10am-5:30pm More >>

  • New York Botanical Garden, Everett Children's Adventure Garden

    2900 Southern Blvd. New York, NY 10458
    718-817-8700 This 12-acre science and fantasy park will wind you up, turn you around, and then, just when you've found the end of the maze, land you at another one! Choose from labyrinths of meadow greens, boulders or hedges, the later of which might make you playful rompers of more than the suggested age of 12 think David Bowie is hiding around each corner. You've also got to love the "Sun, Dirt and Water Gallery" aa lovely, mortality-reinforcing change of pace from the SoHo gallerys, which tend to complicate, rather than simplify, life. Hours: April to October, Tue-Sun 10am-6pm; November to March, Tue-Sun 10am-5pm More >>

  • New York City Pride March

    5th Ave. (between 36th St. and Christopher St.) New York, NY 10018

  • Nintendo World

    10 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10036

  • Outsider Art Fair

    7 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001

  • Pelham Bit Stables

    9 Shore Road Bronx, NY 10464

    Trail Rides: $25 per hour (One and two hour trails rides available), private lessons and pony rides are also available. More >>

  • Penn Plaza Pavilion

    401 7th Ave. New York, NY 10018

  • Pier 11

    South St. New York, NY 10043

  • Tobacco Road

    Tobacco Road

    355 W. 41st St. New York, NY 10036
    212-244-4408 Tobacco Road bills itself as Manhattan's "most down-to-earth rock-and-roll venue." We're not sure how down-to-earth bikini-clad waitresses and midget strippers are—both of which it also bills—but there is something charmingly pugnacious about the dank backroom stage and free hot dogs. If anything, the bar menu consisting of three drink options—beer on tap, beer in a bottle, and beer in a can—indicates a nod to Hell's Kitchen's sordid past (and lingeringly sordid present). Located in that perpetually grimy, seemingly ungentrify-able block behind Port Authority Bus Terminal, it is a lasting landmark for those who love their dives and cheap, hard rock shows. More >>

  • Prospect Park Audubon Center, Boathouse

    Lincoln Road & Ocean Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

  • Prospect Park Carousel

    Ocean & Flatbush Avenues Brooklyn, NY 11215

  • Prospect Park Zoo

    450 Flatbush Ave. & Ocean Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-399-7339 This is Brooklynas only zoo and it sits in the east section of Prospect Park off Flatbush Ave. In 1989 the zoo underwent a massive renovation, replacing bars and cages with more natural environments. Hours: Nov-May, Daily 10:00am-4:30 pm; April 1-Oct, Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat & Sun 10am-5:30pm More >>

  • Queens Zoo

    53-51 111St Flushing, NY 11368
    212-439-6500 The Queens Zoo doesn't have particularly exotic animals, but it has a fabulous aviary, some cows, prairie dogs, a chicken that looks like Phyllis Diller dressed it, and bison. For those who never leave the city, these animalsamundane to the Ohio nativeaare as foreign as African lions. Itas only $5. Take the 7 express. Hours: Nov-May, Daily 10:00am-4:30 pm; April 1-Oct, Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat & Sun 10am-5:30pm More >>

  • Randall's Island

    Randalls Island New York, NY 10035

  • Reciprocal States

    402 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10009

    Technically, this is not a bar (wink wink), it’s a skate shop, and a good one at that. But Reciprocal has become the mecca for the silver-ball set. A rotating lot of 9 or 10 games is kept clean and brand-new working by the owner, who brings some of the games in from his personal collection. The space has recently been expanded to include a pinball arcade. A must, if not devised for getting that loopy, beer-fueled, third-ball gear going. More >>

  • River To River NYC

    Unique backdrop of Lower Manhattan New York, NY 10003

  • Rockaway Beach Surf Club

    302 Beach 87th Street Far Rockaway, NY 11693

  • Rye Playland

    Playland Parkway Rye, NY 10580

  • Sideshows By The Seashore

    Surf Ave. & W. 12th St. Brooklyn, NY 11224

  • Six Flags Great Adventure

    P.O. Box 120 Jackson, NJ 08527
    732-928-1821 In 2005, Six Flags Great Adventure will launch the tallest (towering at 400-plus feet) and fastest (launching at 127 miles per hour) roller coaster on earth. That alone should be enough reason to head out to East Windsor, NJ, but here is one moreaat $37 for online tickets, it has got to be one of the cheapest theme parks around. Hours: Memorial Day-Aug Daily 10am-10pm; Sept Sat & Sun 10am-9pm; Oct Sat & Sun 10am-11pm More >>

  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

    Route 537 Jackson, NJ 08527
    732-928-1821 Most water parks are closed during the winter and Hurricane Harbor is no exception, but when it's open, throw on your suit and haul yourself out to New Jersey. This place has an impressive collection of kidsa rides and water thrill rides, like a 54-foot drop called the Four Winds. And the tickets are less than other water parks in the area.Luckily, buses head out this way with NJ Transit. Nearby are the theme and safari parks of Six Flags. Hours: Memorial Day-Aug Daily 10am-10pm; Sept Sat & Sun 10am-9pm; Oct Sat & Sun 10am-11pm More >>

  • Six Flags Wild Safari

    Route 537 Jackson, NJ 08527
    732-928-1821 Why visit Wild Safari as opposed to the Bronx Zoo? Well, you should go to both, for sure, but Wild Safari is set up to be a drive-thru safari, like a McDonaldsaonly the animals are alive. The animals are housed in compatible groups, but they don't put predator and prey together, which means no Animal Planetastyle killings. It's not a bad deal, and if you to go Great Adventure, your safari ticket is free. Hours: Memorial Day-Aug Daily 10am-10pm; Sept Sat & Sun 10am-9pm; Oct Sat & Sun 10am-11pm More >>

  • Snow Ridge

    4173 W. Road Turin, NY 13473

  • Spiegelworld

    Pier 17, S. St. Seaport (S. St. & Beekman St.) New York, NY 10038

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