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YOUR EVENT SCHEDULE FOR THE BIG APPLE IN THE SPRING
New York City in the springtime is a place of wonder, with blooming flowers, warming weather and people emerging from their winter hiding places to enjoy the beauty of the city once again.
Few things are more exciting than planning a springtime trip to a city of your choosing, especially one as vibrant and full of bustling activity as New York City. Do you happen to be planning a springtime trip to New York City in 2014?
Take a look at our list of amazing springtime events in the Big Apple to keep a smile on your face and your itinerary filled.
From May 8-11 this year, the Downtown Armory Fair will enjoy its inaugural edition on Lexington Avenue. The Armory Fair is, at its heart, a showcase for some of New York’s most t renowned art exhibitors, and this year, over fifty spectacular exhibitions are scheduled to show during the two day fair.
TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL
Held this year on April 16-27, the Tribeca Film Festival is one of the most beloved and renowned springtime events in New York City. Even if you aren’t the biggest movie buff, the festival offers many additional activities to keep you and your guests entertained throughout your experience. There are numerous free panels for aspiring directors and screenwriters, a family festival street fair, the Tribeca ESPN Sports Film Festival, and much more.
If you’re a wine drinker and a fan of the sumptuous culinary traditions of Italy, then Tuscany in the City is the spring event of your dreams. Held on April 26 at Del Posto on 10th Avenue, Tuscany in the City will feature a selection of Tuscany’s top producers with samples of their product, as well as special tastings and an interactive question and answer session with the producers. There is also a gala dinner and charity auction later in the evening, with additional wines to be presented.
The Guggenheim is famous for much more than its art exhibits. Its architecture, envisioned and created by the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright, is among the most impressive in the entire city. Its 2014 spring schedule of exhibitions is also impressive, with Carrie Mae Weems’ work on display through May 14, an exhibit entitled Italian Futurism on display from February to September, and Kandinsky in Paris on display through April 23. Whether you’re a true art lover or a casual observer, the Guggenheim’s springtime exhibits are a great pastime for a lazy weekend afternoon.
If you’re a fan of craft beers, Brooklyn Brewery is an amazing springtime stop this year. Not only do you get to experience some of the amazing craft brews produced by this renowned Brooklyn producer, you get to learn all about the production process, see the facilities, interact with the tour guides and mingle with other beer enthusiasts like yourself. And if you’re like us, you look a delicious beer on a warm spring afternoon.