New York City Bucketlist

New York City is a place with endless possibilities. For someone who gets bored easily, this is the perfect city to stay entertained. Classic things stick around, but there’s also something new to discover everyday. I have a Bucketlist on this blog already, but I think NYC deserves its own! I’ve been to the city six times already, including a month-long internship, so some things are already crossed off. I’m hoping to cross more things off this list when I visit in a couple weeks! Thanks to surrealnyc for the idea! NYC Bucketlist

Here’s the List:

Intern in the City

Rooftop Bar

Shakespeare in the Park

Broadway Show

Comedy Cellar

SNL Taping

Jimmy Fallon Taping

Improv Show

Shopping in SoHo

Biking in Central Park

Visit Times Square When It’s Empty (it was 4am)

Walk the High Line

Walk the Brooklyn Bridge

Alexandre McQueen Exhibit at the Met

Skating at Rockefeller Centre during the Holiday Season

4th of July in the Hamptons

BYOB Painting

Top of the Rock

Empire State Building

Sleep No More

Staten Island Baseball Game

Brooklyn Smorgasburg

Chelsea Market

Brunch at ABC Kitchen

Rent a Row Boat in Central Park

Shake Shack

Crumbs Bakery

Sprinkles ATM

Ride the Ferris Wheel in Toys R Us

M&M World

9/11 Memorial

New York Public Library

The Cloisters

Coney Island

River to River Festival

Summer Streets

Rooftop Films

Staten Island Ferry

South Street Seaport (Pier 17)

Yoga at Bryant Park

Movie at Bryant Park

Washington Square Park

Brooklyn Heights Promenade

Strand Bookstore

Visit the Friends Building on Bedford Street

Spot a Celebrity

Experience Christmas in New York

The Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes

MOVE THERE!

If you have any suggestions for what else I should add to my list, let me know! :)

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18 thoughts on “New York City Bucketlist

  1. EmelyeKay says:

    Skating at Rockefeller Center is so fun, especially when the tree is up at Christmastime, you definitely get those holiday warm & fuzzies! It is expensive and there is usually a long line, but totally worth doing once- I hope you get the chance! I have gone skating there as late as March, no tree obviously but still fun and much more manageable crowds. Great list!

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  2. gramerecy says:

    This is an awesome list.. I’m currently jotting some of these down!
    One thing that’s on my list: get a key to gramercy park!

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  3. BE. says:

    If you do Smorgasburg on Sunday, it’s held at Brooklyn Bridge Park–you can walk to or from there over the bridge and knock out two birds with one stone! :)

    -Bridget

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