4 Fun Things to Do in Lower Manhattan this May 2017
The trees have blossomed and so have New York City’s events. Some of May’s most exciting happenings are outdoors so get inspired to leave the house and explore what Manhattan has to offer! Here are four fun things you should consider:
(Governors Island; Now until October 1)
Governors Island is now open for the season! Hop on the ferry from the Battery Maritime Building at 10 South Street in Downtown Manhattan or Pier 1 next to Brooklyn Bridge Park and see what all of the hype is about. From New York City’s largest slide, to grassy knolls across manmade hills, there’s something for everyone.
(The Imbible, 340 West 50th Street; May 12 – June 30)
Named an “Absolute must-do in NYC” by Thrillist, The Imbible showcases comedy, history, science and of course drinking by taking audiences on a musical journey as they learn about the history of cocktails and spirits. Each ticket includes three complimentary craft cocktails.
(Governors Island National Monument; May 13, 8am – 10am)
Leave the craze of Lower Manhattan behind and head over to Governors Island for the NY Harbor Oyster Classic 5K. Run the island with unmatched views of New York City. There is a $35 registration fee to participate and runners must be on the ferry by 8am.
(South Street Seaport, 207A Front Street, Now until December 24)
The Fulton Stall Market is back for its third season bringing local farmers and producers to Lower Manhattan residents. Search for your seasonal favorites or simply hang out to hear live bluegrass tunes.
There you have it! Now that the flowers are out, you should be too! For more local events and things to do, visit Q&A Residential Hotel’s official blog.