It's NYC Attraction Week! Grab a friend and explore the NYC attractions we usually take for granted with two-for-one vouchers. The participating locations are endless, the choice is yours! Or, celebrate Inauguration Day by tasting beers to support organizations that will need it the most these next four years. Learn more about the exciting events going on this weekend below!
Inauguration Day Beer Tasting
January 20, 8:30 p.m.
Industry City Distillery, 33 35th Street 6A
Whether you’re excited for the Inauguration or not, enjoy a night of beer tasting for a great cause. Support organizations who will need it the most these next 4 years! Ticket proceeds will be going to Planned Parenthood, the International Rescue Committee and the National Resources Defense Council. Tickets are $35. For more information visit here.
Outsider Art Fair
January 19 - 22
Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street
The Outsider Art Fair is back and celebrating it’s 25th anniversary! All art is produced by self-taught artists that have no relation to an artistic establishment. This year’s event will include more than five dozen galleries from the United States, France, Austria, Haiti and more. Tickets are $20-$50. For more information visit here.
January 20 - February 2
IFC Center, 323 Avenue of the Americas
Enjoy a 15 film retrospective on one of cinema’s greatest directors. Experience his first film Fear and Desire and his last Eyes Wide Shut, as well as many classics in between featuring The Shining and S Is for Stanley. Tickets are $15. For more information visit here.
NYC Scotch Walk
January 21, 12 - 10 p.m.
Various locations, first stop at Libation 137 Ludlow Street
Sip on six of Scotland’s favorite Scotches during this year’s NYC Scotch Walk. From Dewar’s 12 Year at Shades of Green to Balvenie Doublewood at The Copper Still and more, you won’t be disappointed. Tickets are $55. For more information visit here.
NYC Attraction Week
Through February 5
Be a tourist in your own city! Get two for one deals on New York attractions, museums, tours and performing arts. Participants include Classic Harbor Line tours, Food on Foot Tours, MoMA, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum and more. For more information visit here.
The Television Project: You Don’t Have to Be Jewish
Through February 12
The Jewish Museum, 1109 5th Avenue at 92nd Street
It’s the last month to see the third installment in The Television Project exhibition series! This third installment examines advertising produced specifically for Jews or with Jewish content. It also explores the effects religion, ethnicity and identity has on American television. For more information visit here.
Through Febuary 19
Lucille Lortel Theater, 121 Christopher Street
Anna Jordan’s newest play features Lucas Hedges from, Manchester by the Sea. The story follows two brothers as they discover a new world with their animal loving neighbor. Tickets are $30-$69. For more information visit here.
Through February 26
Classic Stage Company, 136 East 13th Street
David Ives, best known for his production of Venus in Fur, has recreated Pierre Corneille’s popular play. It follows a man who can’t tell the truth and a manservant who can’t tell a lie. Tickets are $60-$65. For more information visit here.
A.K. Burns: Shabby But Thriving
Through April 23
New Musuem, 325 Bowery
A.K. Burns combines theater, science fiction, philosophy and ecological anxieties in his exhibition and residency at the New Museum. The Brooklyn artists show is built around an ongoing video Living Room. For more information visit here.
I’m Nobody! Who Are You?
January 20 - May 21
Morgan Library & Museum, 225 Madison Avenue
An entire exhibition closely examining one of the most popular and mysterious American writers, Emily Dickinson is opening at the Morgan Library & Museum. There will be twenty-four poems in various draft states, hand-cut silhouettes, photographs, contemporary illustrations and more. For more information visit here.