Take a break from the bad news headlines, stay home safely, and enjoy these special weekday events from the NYC cultural institutions we cannot visit in person right now, including garden tours, museum tours, concerts and live chats with experts, all FREE.
You can still enjoy spring and the best of New York City, virtually.
Stay home and stay safe.
The spring Orchid Show is an annual tradition.
NYBG kicks off a series of virtual events with a Facebook Watch Party video tour of The Orchid Show: Jeff Leatham’s Kaleidoscope on Wednesday, March 25, at 12 Noon.
The video tour features Marc Hachadourian, NYBG’s Director of Glasshouse Horticulture and Senior Curator of Orchids, showing the highlights of designer Jeff Leatham’s bold vision and oversee a viewer’s live chat.
The video tour will also be available on the website.
The power of plants connects people and provides inspiration, now more than ever.
As spring unfolds, NYBG will continue to bring virtual visitors the brightness and color of the season.
The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) is making it easy to welcome spring at home thanks to a platform of virtual visits.
Stay connected through NYBG’s vast digital resources, creative educational programs, and other online offerings
On Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm, AMNH is sharing previously recorded Facebook Lives of its halls and collections as watch parties on its Facebook page.
On Friday, March 27, at 1:30 pm, AMNH is hosting a “watch party” for the Space vs. Dinos video series on the Museum’s YouTube channel.
During the stream, viewers will have the chance to join a live chat with astrophysicist Jackie Faherty and paleontologist Aki Watanabe and ask about all things space and dinosaurs.
Dr. Faherty is known to many of us from her presentations during Manhattanhenge.
Although all concerts through the end of the season have been cancelled, you can enjoy this internationally renowned symphony orchestra online with this new portal for FREE digital content.
The cancelled performances include the orchestra’s international tour, April 30–May 12, which would have featured ten concerts in six cities: London, Cologne, Luxembourg, Amsterdam (Mahler Festival), Berlin, and Dresden.
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