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Local Events

  • Bowling Green Greenmarket at New York City Hotel
    Tue & Thu8am - 5pm
    Every Tuesday & Thursday from 8am - 5pm; year-round
    Bowling Green Plaza
    Shop at the Bowling Green Plaza for fresh produced and a variety of delicious homemade goodies from local farmers.
  • Drawing in the Park at New York City Hotel
    Every Saturday at 10am
    South Cove, Battery Park
    This is a free event held at a park in South Cove where all you have to bring is your creativity. There an artistic instructor will help you create a painting that you can take home.
  • Festival of Independence at New York City Hotel
    July 3-4, 2016
    Seaport District
    This two-day celebration offers art, culture, music, and of course food! Don't miss the lineup of independent artists and performers including Wild Nothing, Lee Fields and The Expressions, and MeLo-X.
  • Macy's 4th of July Fireworks at New York City Hotel
    Monday, July 4th, 2016
    The Brooklyn Bridge provides the perfect backdrop as Macy's 40th anniversary fireworks display light up the night in celebration of our nation's independence. Get there early and snag a seat on one of the six floating barges on the East River.
  • New York Comic Con at New York City Hotel
    October 6th - 9th, 2016
    Jacob Javits Center
    This is a one-stop-shop for the greatest in comics, graphic novels, anime, video games, toys, films and television. Catcha sneak peek of upcoming films and shows or interact with your favorite character. See official website for tickets.
  • NYC Village Halloween Parade at New York City Hotel
    Monday, October 31st, 2016
    6th Avenue North of Spring Street to 16th Street
    Giant puppets, 50 bands, dancers, artists and of course, thousands of New Yorkers in costume are just a few reasons to attend this parade. Get creative and you may even win a prize for Best Costume.
  • NYC Marathon at New York City
    Sunday, November 6th, 2016
    Throughout New York City
    With just 55 finishers years ago, the New York City Marathon has grown to be the largest and most popular race in the world. Whether you're a spectator or competitor, this is must-see for all ages.