Feeling weary of work due to the gloomy weather of winter? It is time to plan for escape room vacation for your family. Want to engage in adventure, sporting, entertainment, or relaxation? Yes! Here are some winter charms in NYC.
Manhattan is a borough of NYC and the most popular attraction for visitors. The Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, and Central Park are the most gorgeous tourist locales. Ice skating, escape rooms, skyscrapers, billboards, road shows, art museums, and parks offer a riveting experience to Manhattan visitors.
In escape rooms, there will be physical puzzles and riddles, which can be solved using hints, clues, and strategy. You can solve them with your family and friends and this adventurous game will be very exciting.
Wollman Rink is one of the popular skating centers. One can enjoy a nice quiet skate amidst the crowd. It is an excellent escape room activity to warm up even at low temperature.
Skyscrapers and Road Shows
Times Square is an exquisite location to hang out with your friends or family in restaurants, shopping, events, and movies. NYC folks love cultural events, festivals, and hoardings. That is why people rush and watch the Broadway or Off Broadway shows, including TV shows, ad expos, city shows, and concerts.
Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
This annual dog show will be conducted in Manhattan in winter. Go for this contest where dog lovers will have a great time showcasing their dog performance. More than 3,000 dogs with wide assortment of brands take part in the show.
Bryant Park is a park in Manhattan where one can have a pleasant buzz in the cold winter days. There are many snack kiosks open here which will give you a warm welcome in the cold weather. People can enjoy free ice skating and have fun of skiing and other activities in the huge outdoor rinks inside the park.
Staten Island, a borough in NYC, is a land of historic and cultural beauty with its zoos, museums, parks, and beaches. Some remarkable places include Whitehall Terminal, Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island Zoo, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, and High Rock Park.
Taking a ferry from Whitehall Terminal, Staten Island, is a 25-minute trip that can cover the Lower Manhattan skyline, Ellis Island, and the majestic Statue of Liberty.
Queens is part of Long Island and a borough in NYC. It is the home of rich culture with its fine art museums, restaurants, parks, picturesque lakes, and wildlife sanctuary. Some stupendous sites include MoMA PS1, Fort Totten, Flushing Meadows, Jamaka Bay Wildlife Refuge, Gantry Plaza State Park, Calvary Cementry, and Surreal Elevator.
MoMA PS1 is one of the country’s largest museums. The facility includes a large entrance, two-story project space, and an outdoor gallery.
Fort Totten is a hidden Civil War fort in the Bayside area of Queens and has become a city park. The fortress is comprised of a museum and some fortifications in ruins. Bird watching in and around the fortress provides a fascinating experience.
Flushing Meadows is the fourth largest park in NYC. Trailing in the park leads to stadiums like Citi Field and the USTA National Tennis Center, concrete towers in the Pavilion, the Queens Zoo, the Queens Museum, and Queens Museum Theatre.
Luna Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Navy Yard Center, and Brooklyn Museum are a few likely places of visit in Brooklyn.
There are many historical and cultural destinations in the Bronx. Hart Island, North Brother Island, Edgar Allan Poe Cottage and Van Cortlandt Park Monoliths are among the top list. One may sight cemetery, prison, hospital, and monoliths of a variety of stones.
Side Trips from NYC
As side trips from NYC, you can explore amazing places in New Paltz. Mohonk Mountain House, Mohonk Preserve, and Minnewaska State Park are the excellent choices. Mountains, forests, fields, and streams are predominantly found in these spots, thus ideal for rock climbing and trekking. In Mohonk Mountain House, visitors enjoy warm up activities like hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, tubing, and ice skating.
Have a fantastic escape room winter vacation in NYC!