The Dinah 2015

5th Annual "Where-To" Guide to NYC

photo by Sophia Hantzes; Accomplice NY

Where to Play:

Looking for something new to do? Get thinking, moving, or both with these innovative attractions.

Sony Wonder Tech Lab 550 Madison Ave (@ 56th St), Geek out with all-ages interactive exhibits, testing your techno prowess with audiovisual labs and robot programming.

Bronx Zoo Bronx River Pkwy (@ Fordham Rd), Bronx, Home to 6,000+ critters, and a great place to get lost for a day. Bring your walking shoes!

NY Liberty Madison Square Garden, 7th Ave (@ 32nd St), Whether you go for the sportsmanship or the eye candy, the New York ladies of the WNBA are sure to provide enough of both.

Flushing Meadows/Corona Park Flushing, Queens, 718-760-6565. Queens’ largest park, name-checked in The Great Gatsby, is home of Shea Stadium, plus art and wildlife centers, and time capsules of the 1939/40 and 1964/65 World’s Fairs.

Wave Hill W. 249th Street (@ Independence Ave), Bronx, This Bronx non-profit embraces its earthy side with fantastic gardens and environmental education for the kids.

Chelsea Piers 23rd St (@ the Hudson River), “Sporty” is the name of the game, with classes offered in everything for all ages at this enormous West-side fitness factory.

The Dog Run 136 9th Ave (btwn 18th & 19th Sts), Swim Therapy heals old dogs in the drink, with standard daycare, grooming, and nutrition also available.

Accomplice: New York See website for booking information, This avant-garde NYC walking tour stages a faux crime, drops clues, and sends you to pick them up during one marvelous and mysterious afternoon!

Bluestockings 172 Allen St (btwn Stanton & Rivington Sts), It’s a one-stop bookshop for caffeine, erotica readings and knitting sessions with fellow feminists.

TKTS See website for booth locations, Discounted same-day seats at Broadway shows? Sometimes it pays not to plan ahead.

Liberty Island See website for directions, Uninhabited except for tall, green, Ms. Liberty herself, cruising to this island on the ferry is a must.

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