12 things you absolutely have to do in NYC this July

Published On 06/29/2014 Published On 06/29/2014
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1. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) 11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019 (Midtown West)

True to its name, the MoMa hosts modern art exhibitions that "fuel creativity, ignite minds, and provide inspiration". So go get cultured and pretend to be able to interpret the meaning behind countless works of art.

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2. Nevada Smith's 100 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10003 (Union Square)

There's a reason NS shows over 100 live games per week, plus all international and cup games: It's the place "where football is religion". So grab a brew, and post up with all of the other soccer, football, and rugby fanatics to catch the action.

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3. Citi Field 12301 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing, NY 11368 (Queens)

The home of the New York Mets since 2009. With about 42,000 seats, world-class dining (and Shake Shack!), and other amenities (wide-open concourses, the Shea Bridge, the Jackie Robinson Rotunda...), Citi is a modern stadium for everyone from the die-hard fan to the die-hard fan's uninterested girlfriend.

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4. South Street Seaport South St, New York, NY 10310 (Financial District)

Located alongside the East River in the Financial District, the South Street Seaport is a terrific spot for shopping, live events, bars, and restaurants.

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5. Queens Botanical Garden 4350 Main St, Flushing, NY 11355 (Queens)

A natural respite in the heart of Queens, the botanical garden is a great spot to relax, take in some natural beauty and fresh(er) air, and attend events like the Botanical Brew Fest.



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