What to Do on Valentine's Day in New York City

nycgo.com staff

Ah, Valentine's Day. Whether you're in the mood to proclaim your undying love for that special someone or disclaim interest in ever dating again, there's a fun way for you to celebrate in New York City. Seriously—the five boroughs are big enough to accommodate both a romantic museum tour and a roach-naming at the zoo. Read on for some of our Valentine's Day picks. No need to send us flowers; knowing you'll have a great time is thanks enough.

Dec
28

Off-Broadway
Miss America’s Ugly Daughter

Barra Grant’s show about growing up in the shadow of her beautiful mother.

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Jan
9

Off-Broadway
BOOM

Solo show documenting the music, culture and politics of Baby Boomers.

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Jan
10

Off-Broadway
Emojiland

In this new musical, a diverse community of online avatars face oblivion in the form of a new software update.

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Jan
10

Off-Broadway
Harry Townsend’s Last Stand

An elderly Vermont man spars with his grown son, who think it’s time for dad to go into assisted living.

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Jan
11

Off-Broadway
The Confession of Lily Dare

A madam hides her devotion to the child she gave up.

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Jan
31

Off-Broadway
Where We Stand

An exile seeks forgiveness in a town low on compassion.

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Feb
4

Off-Broadway
We’re Gonna Die

A show about the celebration of life.

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Feb
6

Off-Broadway
All the Natalie Portmans

A lonely teen shields herself from poverty and family strife by escaping into the glamorous world of her favorite actress.

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Feb
8

Off-Broadway
The Unsinkable Molly Brown

Musical portrayal of champion of women’s rights and other reforms.

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Feb
11

Off-Broadway
The Perplexed

Two families attempt to put aside grudges as their children marry.

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Feb
11

Off-Broadway
Dana H.

Based on a real-life ordeal, a psych-ward chaplain recounts being held captive by a patient for five months.

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Feb
17

Museums & Galleries
Subversion & The Art of Slavery Abolition

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