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.

Jan
20

Museums & Galleries
Soft Water, Hard Stone

The latest chapter of New Museum’s triennial focuses on resilience.

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Jan
20

Museums & Galleries
Greater New York 2021

MoMA PS1 conducts its every-five-years survey of New York City artists.

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Jan
20

Museums & Galleries
You Won’t Bleed Me

The posters that helped define a 1970s movie genre are on display.

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Jan
20

Museums & Galleries
Adam Pendleton: Who Is Queen?

Head to MoMA's atrium to see a large-scale installation that takes inspiration from current events.

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Jan
20

Performing Arts
Jazz at Lincoln Center 2021-2022 Season

Be there for live jazz concerts at Dizzy's and Rose Hall.

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Jan
20

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Speakeasy

This live performance inside at Bond 45 features circus and burlesque stars.

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Jan
20

Performing Arts
Here 2021–2022 Season

Indoor and outdoor performances mark Here’s latest season.

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Jan
20

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New York Philharmonic 2021–2022 Season

The Philharmonic performs in multiple venues from fall through spring.

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Jan
20

Performing Arts
Met Opera 2021-2022 Season

The Met Opera returns September 27 for a season that runs through June 2022.

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Jan
20

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The Town Hall Centennial Season

This Midtown landmark celebrates 100 years of performances with talks, concerts and more.

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Jan
20

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New York City Center 2021–2022 Season

Visit this performance venue for Fall for Dance, Encores and more.

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Jan
20

Performing Arts
Carnegie Hall’s 2021–2022 Season

One of Manhattan’s most famous music halls plays host to festivals, collaborations and plenty of classical music.

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