1. NY Botanic Garden
If the weather permits in New York City in March, venture to the
amazing garden, which is one of the city's oldest landmarks. The
52-acre destination care for a wide variety of plants that thrive
in all seasons. Popular spots include the Japanese Hill-and-Pond
Garden. The Lily Pool Terrace boasts nearly 100 different types of
water lilies. Indoor exhibits include a bonsai museum and a
collection of rare exotic plants.
2. Museum of Natural History
March events include the chance to spend the “Night at the Museum.”
The sleepovers take place once a month from January through May.
The opportunity provides guests with a memorable family-friendly
experience. Embark on fossil and fact-finding missions with a
flashlight. Encounter live animals. Enjoy an interesting private
tour. Bedding and snacks are also provided.
3. St. Patrick's Day
The popular annual parade brings more than two million spectators
each year. The procession travels down Fifth Avenue for 1.5 miles.
Along with the extravagant parade, many enjoy the “New York Seaport
Irish Stroll.” St. Patrick's Day is prime for partying and the
action takes place during the weekend before the big day. More than
one dozen bars participate in the pub crawl, which enables guests
to enjoy the spectacular waterfront view.
4. New York Peace Film Festival
The two-day event takes place during the third weekend in March at
the All Souls Unitarian Church. Moviegoers have the chance to see
any or all of the 12 films shown during the festival. The specially
selected movies originate from many world countries. However, they
all feature anti-war themes.
5. The Armory Show NYC
New York City in March brings the renowned art show to Piers 92 and
94 for the five-day event. The century-old festival features
exhibits displaying contemporary and modern pieces. The art show
is considered one of the most important on the planet, as it
attracts celebrity talent from the world over.