NYC explorations
The Green-Wood Cemetery is one of NYC explorations.

1. The Green-Wood Cemetery

500 25th St (at 5th Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Cemetery · Greenwood Heights · 60 tips and reviews
Rockaway Beach is one of NYC explorations.

2. Rockaway Beach

Queens, NY
Beach · 68 tips and reviews

MetroFocusMetroFocus: If you're a surfer or skater, this is the best NYC beach for you. Parking isn't too bad either: it's $5 in Jacob Riis Park and there are free lots on nearby streets as well. Read more at MetroFocus. Read more.

Midland Beach is one of NYC explorations.

3. Midland Beach

(Father Capodanno Blvd), Staten Island, NY
Beach · 7 tips and reviews

MetroFocusMetroFocus: Dubbed "New York City’s best kept secret," this beach is perfect for sunbathing, kayaking and just having fun. Dogs are welcome on the boardwalk and there is free parking. Read more at MetroFocus Read more.

Sixpoint Brewery is one of NYC explorations.

4. Sixpoint Brewery

40 Van Dyke St (Dwight St), Brooklyn, NY
Brewery · Red Hook · 16 tips and reviews

Brew YorkBrew York: While not currently open to the public for tours, this brewery - open since 2005 - is the birthplace of off-the-wall, experimental beer that has made it one of the most-beloved breweries in New York.

Red Hook Ballfield Food Vendors is one of NYC explorations.

5. Red Hook Ballfield Food Vendors

Bay St (at Clinton St), Brooklyn, NY
Street Food Gathering · Red Hook · 56 tips and reviews

Kristin F.Kristin Filipovits: A ton of food options so go w/ a friend and share a couple plates. Try the watermelon sandia drink, beef tostadas, pupusas and then walk to Ikea and take the free water taxi home

Governors Island is one of NYC explorations.

6. Governors Island

New York, NY
Island · Governors Island · 203 tips and reviews

Noah W.Noah Weiss: Too lazy to head up to Storm King to see awesome sculptures in a sprawling park? Fortunately Storm King brought the sculptures down here until Sept. 30th. Read more.