So you’re attending a special or corporate event here at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC. But what do you do with your downtime when you’re not at the event? Whether you’re not from the area and paying for a first-time trip to Tribeca, a local, or you’ve been here before, there are myriad things to do around our Tribeca venue to give you the NYC experienceHere are a few recommended ideas for fun while you’re in town!
NYC is known for its world-class shopping. From the big designer shops on 5th Avenue to the smaller indie boutiques here in Tribeca, there is plenty of places to shop if you're in the market for clothing, accessories, jewelry, and more. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes and pound the pavement for some of the best shopping on earth!
One of the most unique streets in NYC and in Tribeca is Lispenard Street, a small street full of historic architecture and million-dollar real estate. If you’ve got an eye for design and history, Lispenard Street is a must-see during your trip to Tribeca.
Fans of the Ghost Busters movies can stroll through Tribeca and visit the fire station used in the 1980s classics. Located at 14 North Moore Street, Hook and Ladder 8 Brigade was used as the facade of the iconic building where the team of brave Ghostbusters had their home base.
For those who want to take a trip beyond the Tribeca area, there is plenty to do in the rest of NYC. Here are a few more options for making a memorable visit.
The 9/11 Memorial and Museum is a touching tribute to the lives lost, the survivors of the attack, and the brave first responders of September 11, 2001. This moving collection of artifacts and personal stories is a ca n't-miss if you're in NYC and available during operating hours.
While at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, drop by One Trade Center for awe-inspiring city views and a poignant reminder of those affected by 9/11.
While many tourists passes offer trips to the typical NYC landmarks, why don't you try an off-the-beaten-path tourist experience, like an NYC cupcake tour in Greenwich Village? This fun (and delicious) walking tour guides you to all the cupcake hotspots in Greenwich Village, where you can purchase your share of pint-sized pastries to sample and burn them off while you trek to the next shop!
Another unique tour is a jaunt over to Coney Island, home to NYC's largest amusement park and the famous "Coney Island" hot dog, that's a must-try for any hotdog fan!
You're in luck with a Brooklyn Craft Brewery Tour. Try unique craft beers by some of the borough's best breweries. This guided tour will take you to the hippest spots, and who knows - you might even find a new favorite!
If you want to see the traditional NYC hotspots, check out Times Square, Broadway, 5th Avenue, Madison Avenue, The Statue of Liberty, and Central Park. These iconic landmarks are famous NYC staples and will give you the New York experience. Best of all, many guided bus tours offer discounted admission to these sites and can get you to and from without worrying about navigating the city.
No matter where you go in NYC, have a great time! We'll see you at Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC soon. Contact Tribeca Rooftop + 360° in NYC today to learn more about our venue!