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10 Virtual Field Trips Of New York For Kids

  New York City
  Arts & Culture

New York City has always been an immersive cultural learning experience. And considering it’s summer and kids need some immersive cultural experience, here are some virtual field trips of NYC. 

New York Transit Museum

Jul 27, 2020

While We Are Self Isolating Take A Virtual Tour Of New York

  Greater Niagara , New York City
  Arts & Culture , Tourism

In the battle of COVID 19, self-isolation or social distancing is a tactic. In the most vibrant city in the world, that’s going to be a tough ask. But while we all try to stay safe, doesn’t mean we need to miss out on some New York experien...

Mar 16, 2020

Explore Buffalo’s Public Art Trail

  Erie County Greater Niagara
  Arts & Culture

Explore Buffalo’s Public Art Trail. The city has approximately 20 murals on display in different parts of the city. It’s a great way to incorporate art as part of your city tour any time of year. The beautiful colors and designs are thought...

Jul 01, 2019

The Strong Museum—An Experience Like No Other

  Monroe County Finger Lakes
  Arts & Culture , Sights & Attractions , Tourism

The Strong National Museum of Play is the only collections-based museum anywhere devoted to the study of play. Located ...

Mar 21, 2018

GlassBarge To Celebrate 150 Years of Glassmaking In Corning NY

  Finger Lakes
  Arts & Culture , Outdoors , Sights & Attractions , Tourism

In May 2018, The Corning Museum of Glass will launch GlassBarge to celebrate 150 years of glassmaking in Corning, NY. GlassBarge is a statewide tour to commemorate the anniversary of the industry relocating to Corning from Brooklyn. In 1868, the Brook...

Feb 21, 2018

It's In Queens! A guide to the World's Most Diverse County

  Queens New York City
  Arts & Culture , Entertainment , Festivals & Annual Events , Food & Drink , History , Hospitality , Nature , Outdoors , Shopping , Sights & Attractions , Sport & Games , Tourism , Tours

Diverse, exciting, historic, trendy, a great place for families…all of it's in Queens! We hail from more than 120 countries and speak more than 135 languages. This global reach is on full display in our neighborhoods, cultural institutions, restaurant...

Jan 11, 2018

History of Ice Skating At Museum of The City of New York

  Manhattan New York City
  Arts & Culture , Sights & Attractions , Sport & Games

A fascinating exhibition was unveiled on the history of ice skating at Museum of The City of New York. Titled New York on Ice: Skating in the City, on 20 December, 2017. The exhibition captures the history of ice skating in NYC from 1800 to the presen...

Dec 21, 2017

Central New York Is Alive

  Broome County , Chenango County , Herkimer County , Madison County , Montgomery County , Oneida County , Otsego County , Schoharie County Central New York
  Arts & Culture , Outdoors , Sights & Attractions , Tourism

Central New York (formerly the Central-Leatherstocking Region) is a tourism region in New York State defined by the New York State Division of Tourism (I Love NY). It includes elements of the surrounding regions, forming a microcosm of the stat...

Feb 28, 2017

The Scenic Catskills

  Delaware County , Greene County , Sullivan County The Catskills
  Arts & Culture , Entertainment , Outdoors , Sights & Attractions , Tourism

The best time to come to the scenic Catskills and see the forested areas bordering the lush mountains the source of waterfalls and clear rivulets is in fall when the days are warm and the nights are cool. You will have the time to sample the rugged hi...

Feb 28, 2017

Buffalo is celebrating 150 years of Frank Lloyd Wright

  Greater Niagara
  Arts & Culture , History , Sights & Attractions , Tourism , Tours

Frank Lloyd Wright left his imprint on Buffalo – nearly a half-dozen historic structures, including three newly-constructed projects – thanks in large part to a friendship he struck with a prominent local businessman and a century later, the city has ...

Feb 22, 2017