Things to Do in TriBeCa

Top 10 Things to Do in TriBeCa, New York City

Top Things to Do in TriBeCa

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  • Peter
    Gotland, Sweden42 contributions
    A great piece of architecture and a must experience together with the neighboring 911 Memorial.
    A lots of shops though taking the underground Path to Newport, NJ, offers better prices and more shops.
    Written November 6, 2022
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  • B1714D
    Belgrade, Serbia15,388 contributions
    One of the most striking skyscrapers of an early 20 century era along with the Empire State building and Chrysler.
    Terrific Gothic style high rise of a trade magnate close to NYC City Hall and its park, as well the Brooklyn bridge.
    Written June 19, 2022
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  • Brucethealien
    16 contributions
    Iconic film location from a favourite childhood movie, nice photo stop if on the area. Nice touch adding the various Ghostbusters logos and laughed at the inflatable marshmallow man in the window of the shop opposite. Constant stream of people taking pics when we were there and the fire crew obviously love it as they were sitting by the fire truck posing.
    Written November 3, 2022
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  • StephenCross
    Dublin, Ireland17,472 contributions
    Saint Peter’s Church is located near to the World Trade Centre. Nice to drop into when it’s open as it’s calming and quite.
    Written February 6, 2022
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  • Johnson_250
    Redmond, WA77 contributions
    Tribeca festival pretends to be open and accessible with fans but it's just not true. At least not anymore. They act like elitists and fans are just little peons to them, not worth any time or effort. I did not have a great experience at the festival and it felt like being a fan of RD was this huge no-no. i've had friends who have worked there who have said the same. MOST come to the festival because of RD!?

    Before I went to the festival this year, I didn't get a response with a few simple questions. I emailed again and the person who answered a week later seemed annoyed. Won't be going again
    Written July 8, 2021
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  • PlatinumHoney
    Los Angeles, CA2,095 contributions
    Take in the Hudson, the cool October breeze, the lights across the river, the path that hugs the water...all so very pleasant and well done, NY!
    Written October 10, 2017
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  • Jamie T
    Atlanta, United States2 contributions
    If you get a chance to see an artist in this venue. GOOO, do not walk....RUN! You can only win tickets into events here. Do not pass on this opportunity.
    Written February 8, 2020
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  • LouP
    Sherbrooke, Canada106 contributions
    Go there with an open-minded. A nice place to lay down and get away from the crowd and the noise from the street. May be a bit pricy for what it truly is (10$ for one room with lights and a soundtrack). Don't have high expectations.
    Written August 27, 2022
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  • Cassysj
    Brooklyn, NY276 contributions
    I discovered this on free Night at the Museum in NY. It takes you back in time. It is a must see for anyone who has read the book.
    Written July 26, 2016
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  • SGMB62
    Dayton, NJ33 contributions
    The venue is small, but the show and food are great. We enjoyed our wedding anniversary present. Highly recommend if you are not living from paycheck to paycheck.
    Written January 21, 2020
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  • misopiso88
    Seattle, WA27,567 contributions
    My daughter and I were in SOHO on a rainy day so we decided to check out the SohoPhoto Gallery. We were lucky enough to be there while one of the featured artists was in the gallery and we were able to speak to him about his work. A lovely space and interesting collection. Worth the detour!
    Written January 10, 2019
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  • misopiso88
    Seattle, WA27,567 contributions
    60 Hudson Street, formerly known as the Western Union Building, is a building spanning the entire block between Hudson Street, Thomas Street, Worth Street, and West Broadway in the TriBeCa neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. It was built in 1928–1930 and was designed by Ralph Walker as the headquarters of the Western Union Company. The design of the building shows the influence of German Expressionism, while the detailing is Art Deco. Very cool!
    Written April 25, 2019
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  • greyuek
    New York City, NY4 contributions
    This should be on everyone’s checklist! If you are visiting NYC, this is THE place to go to whether you are serious about art or serious about having a good time around some awesome art. Well designed gallery, courteous and fun bartenders, servers and door men/women, eclectic and classy guests and most of all talented artists painting right in front of you while collaborating on their work with you. The creators Anthony and Adriane are extremely hospitable to each and every guest…you feel like you’ve known them forever. They are also super passionate about what they do so much so that their energy is contagious. Their unique concept hooked me from the first time I attended and made me come back the next two Fridays to see the piece as it evolved over three weeks. Previous artists are frequently on hand mingling and answering questions personally about their artwork created right here.

    Tickets are very reasonable and the free drinks and party snacks are definitely a plus (hard to get anything for free in NYC these days). If you are visiting NYC and want to have an enjoyable night out while getting a taste of some great artwork from artists around the globe or if you just want to make new friends in an intimate, non-pretentious setting, you simply HAVE to check them out! A must see!
    Written June 23, 2016
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  • nikalove
    New York City, NY75 contributions
    I’m a fan of pop ups. This was a cute one. Great for teens because it’s very gamer-ish. Kids will love this. I liked the heart room, the Born To Shine Mirror at the end and the White “Tron” looking hallway at the entrance the most of the 10 rooms. But I recommend it highly.
    Written August 26, 2019
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