- By Kevin
- On May 18, 2017
- North America
- Travel Tips
Sightseeing around the New York, Where do we go on the East Coast? During the summer months, visit the scenic coast of Maine, stay at a family resort in Vermont, take a trip to New Hampshire, relax on the beach in Cape Cod and enjoy other family vacation spots. Visit the museums of New York, Boston and Philadelphia, dine a family-friendly restaurants, and watch outdoor theater performances with older children. In the winter, plan a ski trip that will let your kids learn how to downhill ski, cross-country ski or snowboards at a New England mountain resort such as Stowe, Killington or Sugarbush.
Cinepolis Chelsea Theater
Cinepolis Chelsea Theater is a nine-screen movie theater located in the heart of the Chelsea neighborhood. It offers the latest release films and uses all of the newest and most state-of-the-art sound and projection systems. Cinepolis also hosts “Hedda Presents the Classics,” which is a classic film series hosted by Hedda Lettuce, the well-known green-haired drag queen.
The theater also hosts numerous film festivals including the Tribeca Film Festival. There are reserved and traditional seating options, some 3D movie options, and assisted listening devices are available for use. The full-service concession stand is stocked with all of your favorites as well.
The New York Beer and Brewery Tour
The New York Beer and brewery tour is a half-day bus tour through several of New York's neighborhoods. The tour will visit some of the best breweries in the city as well as places that have played a roll in beer history. The tour is led by a guide who will travel with you and provide entertainment and information as well as answer questions and present historic beer artifacts.
This tour will visit Paulaner Brewery, Brooklyn Brewery, “Old Brewer's Row,” Spuyten Duyvil, and SingleCut Beersmiths. Guests will have the opportunity to sample a variety of beers and will receive a fresh-baked pretzel and other snacks.
Madison Square Park
Madison Square Park is a public park located in the Flatirons district. Talented gardeners who tend to the hydrangeas, hollies, and redbuds year-round landscaped the 7-acre park. The park has been renovated in recent years and features updated art sculptures, fountains, and other decorative items throughout.
In fact, since 2004, Madison Square Park has commissioned and displayed more than thirty art installations. The park frequently hosts events and programs, many of which are free and family friendly.