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New York Loves a Parade

March brings St. Patrick's Day Parade
The New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade is our country’s oldest and proudest Irish tradition, marching for the first time more than 250 years ago, on March 17, 1762 -- fourteen years before the Declaration of Independence. More information at NYC St Patrick's Parade

Easter Parade
Every year on Easter Sunday in April it's time to see and be seen along Fifth Avenue from 49th to 57th Streets. It is the epitome of dressing up in Easter finery and Easter bonnets. The street is closed to traffic for parade participants and people watchers from roughly 10am until 4pm. The best place to watch is from the area around St. Patrick's Cathedral.

Don't Hold Your Breath for the New York Wheel

The Wheel is expected to begin construction in First Quarter, 2015. Read more at Wheel Delayed Again

Brooklyn Trivia

Think you know Brooklyn? Read on and see... Facts About Brooklyn You May or May Not Know!

Check out Free New York City Attractions

Think you can't get something for free in New York City? Here are some of the wonderful and free tours and attractions available in New York City.

New York City Festivals

Every month New York City brims with festivals. Here's just one January highlight... New York Boat Show January 21-25, 2015
Yachts, fishing boats, kayaks—you’ll find them all at the New York Boat Show, a New York City institution for more than a century.

These are some of the most Popular New York City Festivals and Events


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