5/1: The Empire State Building is celebrating its 92nd birthday
5/2 Celebrate International Harry Potter Day
5/5: Cinco De Mayo. Cinco De Mayo Parade stretches from Central Park West 106th Street to 96th Street.
We love Free Summer Movies, which are available at different places in New York. The Rooftop Film Club on top of the Skylawn Embassy Suites show films in lofty heights on several days during may.
- May 6: Puss in Boots: The Last Wish 2:00 PM
- May 6: American Psycho 11:00 PM
- May 8: The Notebook 6:30 PM
- May 11: The Great Gatsby 7.45 PM
- May 13: Pulp Fiction 10:15 PM
- May 20: The Lion King 1:45 PM
5/7: Five Boro Bike Tour
The Spring Makers Market will take place at Bryant Park on three weekends in May. 116 local vendors will set up their booths at the market and offer their products for sale. The requirement is that the products are 100% self-designed and locally produced in New York (and surrounding areas). This spring market will give you the opportunity to buy unique and handmade products from 11 am -7 pm each day.
5/13: Japan Day in Central Park. Listen to traditional music, try delicious cultural cuisine, and try different activities that are popular in Japan. Get up-to-date information on the official website, such as the musical line-up.
5/14: Mother’s Day
until 5/14 Festival of cherry blossoms at The Botanical Garden is located in Brooklyn.
5/17-21: Frieze New York will return to The Shed
5/17-21: VOLTA Art Fair
5/19-20: Ninth Avenue International Food Festival from 42nd to 57th street for more than 35 years!
5/20: Dance Parade celebrates its 17th year, watch as colorful floats and costumed dancers will weave through the park, showcasing a variety of dance styles from around the world. In addition to over 10,000 dancers, there will be DJs, live music, and food from various vendors. Guests can also test out their dancing skills by taking dance lessons. Dance Parade is free to the public.
5/24-30: Fleet Week New York 2023. Thousands of sailors, marines and those serving in the Coast Guard come to Manhattan for the annual Fleet Week. Hundreds of demonstrations of military skills happen during the week. Some of the ships are open for everyone to visit at this time (you can get there from Pier 88).
5/28: National Burger Day
5/29: Remember the fallen on Memorial Day by coming out to see the Brooklyn Memorial Day Parade, hosted by the United Military Veterans of Kings County. Other marchers include members of the New York Police and Fire Departments, and various marching bands from Brooklyn high schools.
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