21 Things To Do In New York In The Fall
New York and autumn go together like subway rats and dollar slices.
Central Park dresses itself in red and gold, just for you.
There's nothing like feeling the warmth of a fresh-baked Levain Bakery cookie through your gloves.
It's only a short train ride (or drive) to go apple picking!
Here, Oktoberfest is best.
You can enjoy a whole day devoted to delicious pickles.
Fall marks the time of year when eating outdoors is actually quite enjoyable...
...and you can browse flea markets and street fairs without melting or freezing.
New York Botanical Garden's haunted pumpkin garden is a SCREAM.
And if you want to get out of the city, just hop on a train to Sleepy Hollow.
Atlantic Antic showcases food from around the world, all on one street.
Have a ~divinely~ frightening experience in a cathedral.
The Village Halloween parade is a sight to behold.
Plus, there's always the Halloween DOG parade in Tompkins Square Park!
Open House New York offers a deeper look at the city.
The Food Film Fest combines your two great loves.
As it turns out, Staten Island is pretty damn haunted.
And the autumn chill and early dark only add to Roosevelt Island's alluring creepiness.
Go on a haunted hayride. If you dare.
Enjoy some truly amazing hot chocolate at the elegant Waldorf Astoria.
Or have some frozen hot chocolate at Serendipity III on the Upper East Side.
New York City's window displays will transport you to a magical holiday wonderland.
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