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Attractions

CANAL STREET

A major thoroughfare disguised as an open-air bazaar best describes this storied street connecting Brooklyn and New Jersey. Shoppers find everything from sunglasses and electronics to jewelry and luggage in this vibrant mix of stalls and stores. 100 Canal Street

CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF THE ARTS

One of the world’s oldest children’s art museums in the world, this Charlton Street treasure equips kids with the tools to promote self-expression through the visual and performing arts. Hands-on art programs taught by working artists and the exhibition of children’s art are highlights of CMA. 103 Charlton Street

CITY WINERY

A favorite spot of New York’s culture and culinary enthusiasts, City Winery is one of the city’s most unique, multi-purpose venues: fully functioning winery, intimate concert venue, plus food and wine events and fine dining under the direction of Executive Chef Jeff Haskell. 155 Varick Street

DAHESH MUSEUM

The Dahesh Museum of Art is the only U.S. institution dedicated to collecting, exhibiting and interpreting works by Europe’s academically trained artists of the 19th and early 20th centuries. 145 Sixth Avenue

THE EAR INN

The oldest working bar in New York City, this historic space – once known as “The Green Door” to its clientele of sailors and seafarers – offers a traditional menu including sirloin burgers, steamed mussels and house ale, alongside the occasional ghost sighting. 326 Spring Street

THE GREENE SPACE

WNYC public radio’s Jerome L. Greene Performance Space is a new, state-of-the-art multimedia facility and broadcast space for arts and cultural events. 44 Charlton Street

GREENWICH STREET THEATER

One of New York’s most innovative off-off-Broadway venues. Here you’ll find works by emerging and more established playwrights in a setting that’s seats fewer than 75 theatergoers. 547 Greenwich Street

HUDSON RIVER PARK

This five-mile stretch along the Hudson River features a bikeway and pathway. At Piers 25 and 26, visitors and New Yorkers can gather for mini-golf, volleyball, kayaking and canoeing. The River Project, an ecological education and research center, is also located here. Battery Park City to 59th Street

THE JAZZ GALLERY

This non-profit jazz cultural center provides performance and exhibit space for works that expand the understanding of jazz as a cultural tradition. 290 Hudson Street

NEW MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Manhattan’s only dedicated contemporary art museum, this Lower East Side gem presents solo exhibitions and landmark group shows that define key moments in the development of contemporary art. 235 Bowery

NEW YORK CITY FIRE MUSEUM

This one-time Soho firehouse is now a repository for all manner of fire-fighting gear, from vintage hand-pumped engines to the modern tools tapped by today’s firemen. Don’t miss the permanent exhibit honoring the heroic work of the city’s firefighters on 9/11. 278 Spring Street

SKIRBALL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

New York University’s premier venue for cultural and performing arts events, this 860-seat center opened in 2003 as the school’s first large-scale professional performance space. 566 LaGuardia Place

THE SOHO PLAYHOUSE

An intimate off-Broadway venue serving downtown theater-goers, this historic space showcases an array of theatrical performances in a setting that conjures images of Old New York. 15 Van Dam Street

TEAM GALLERY

The white-washed walls of this Soho gallery offer a clean, streamlined slate for the works of emerging and established contemporary artists represented by owner and curator José Freire. 83 Grand Street