Three Fall Activities to Do in NYC

Central Park, New York, USA
Central Park, New York, USA. Photo by Barron Roth on Unsplash

NYC, also known as the “Big Apple” or “The City that Never Sleeps” is a great place to see fall foliage and participate in fall activities. While the city seems to be hustling and bustling, we’ve got you covered with three fall activities to do, that will allow you to enjoy some of NYC’s cozy fall atmosphere.

Stroll Around Central Park

A stroll around Central Park is a must in the Fall. The weather is crisp, and the park is filled with fall foliage, leaves falling on the ground, beautiful bridges, and trails, that are sure to delight on a crips fall day. Pack a picnic and enjoy a beautiful day in the great outdoors.

The Village Halloween Parade

Take part in many Halloween celebrations throughout the city, such as the Village Halloween Parade, and enjoy chilling thrills in Haunted Houses like Blood Manor. Then, take a stroll through Greenwich Village, and enjoy the halloween decorations.

Fall Food Festival

NYC has several food festivals throughout the year, and fall is the perfect season to taste ciders, donuts, and pumpkin spice lattes, at the New York Coffee Festival, or to walk the Highline and visit Chelsea Market for a culinary adventure. This is a great way to explore NYC in the cooler months, and enjoy some of the finest tastes that the NYC culinary scene has to offer.