95 Things to do in New York
Academy of Music (BAM), China Town, FDNY Fire Zone Castle Clinton
National Monument Shakespeare in Central Park New York
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91 (57) Brooklyn Academy
of Music (BAM)
Theatre and Cinema. The urban arts center that is the Brooklyn Academy
of Music (BAM) has it covered. BAM will have something on offer
to raise your spirits and/or move your being. At times, literally.
92 (50) China
It is a pretty
safe bet you will see alot of Chinese people in New York City’s
Chinatown. In fact, possibly more Chinese people than you will ever
see anywhere outside of Asia. So if it doesn’t feel a little
like China then you are probably from China in which case you probably
won’t mind. Cheap gifts, interesting smells, sights, sounds
and of course great food.
If you can,
visit Chinatown during the Chinese New Year celebration for firecrackers,
dragons, drums and parades. Go early in the morning to get the early
bird special at the parking lots. Head for Canal Street and go with
93 (31) FDNY
So what do
you wanna be when you grow up? If you didn't say fire-fighter you
deserve to be an accountant. This is your chance to explore that
childhood wish without getting burnt. Do your bit and learn how
to prevent fires even if you don't get to extinguish one.
exhibits, including a recreated firehouse will make you feel part
of the war against fire.
Clinton National Monument
Statue of Liberty from the scenic vistas from inside of Castle Clinton
National Monument, or learn about the park's important military
history from costumed park rangers.
in the Park
to draw the crowds. Shakespeare’s fans can be seen to lining
up from 6 a.m. for tickets to one of his performances in the Park.
The Shakespeare is free each summer.
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