The 85th annual tree lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 29.
The 91st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will take to the streets of New York City on Thursday, Nov. 23 with four new character balloons and five new floats.
We've hand-picked the best things to do with your family in New York City in November. Family fun is all over Manhattan, across neighborhoods such as Greenwich Village, Little Italy, the Upper West Side, and beyond.
Celebrate the great outdoors with these hand-picked family-friendly events for nature-lovers in NYC in November, including gardening activities in Battery Park City, family camping in Inwood, the GreenThumb Annual Harvest Fair in East Harlem, and the Little Red Lighthouse Festival in Fort Washington.
We've picked the best kid-friendly theater performances to entertain your theater-loving brood in Manhattan in November, including Berenstain Bears Live! on the Upper West Side, The Pop Ups in the Bronx, and Magmanus Attached in Greenwich Village.
Want your kids to learn something new while having fun? Visit one of these fun and educational activities that are family-friendly in Manhattan in November, including The Hunger Games: The Exhibition at Discovery Times Square, college essay writing in Midtown, and Family Fridays at MoMath.
Take your little readers to one, or all, of these story times for children in NYC this November, including story times across the borough and character visits at Strand Book Store in Union Square.
We've gathered the best family-friendly events for children with special needs in New York City in November, including sensory-friendly screening of Hotel Transylvania at AMC theaters, mouth and foot painting at Children's Museum of Art in Soho, and art classes at MoMA.
Your aspiring little foodies can learn to cook at one of these cooking or baking classes for kids in Manhattan in November.
The American Museum of Natural History has announced it will collaborate with the native communities of the Pacific Northwest Coast to renovate the Northwest Coast Hall in preparation for the museum’s 150th anniversary.
Festivities include free live music, food tasting from top local restaurants, and lots of winter-themed family fun.