by nycgo.com staff, 05/15/2012
(from left) "Immersive Surfaces," The Leo Kuelbs Collection. Photo: © Dumbo Arts Festival. Courtesy, Jane Kratochvil Photography • "The Nutcracker" photo by Paul Kolnik
Fall is considered by many to be the best season in New York City, with a crisp bite in the air and beautiful foliage. But the weather isn't the only reason to get out and do something in the City. As we transition from warm weather to cooler temperatures, the City's events also make the move from outdoor earlier in the season—such as Fashion's Night Out and the Village Halloween Parade—to indoor, like mid-November's The New York Botanical Garden Holiday Train Show and George Balanchine's The Nutcracker, just in time for the holidays. Also on tap this season are some returning favorites like the ING New York City Marathon and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. View the full slideshow for more information on these and many other events. For more, visit our weekly "Free in NYC" and "Top Five Events" features; check out our concert, fashion, art, nightlife and sports listings; see our roundup of annual events; and search for an event in our calendar.