Warmer weather, longer days and a more optimistic outlook mean that New Yorkers are ready to get out and play. See what’s happening this spring and take advantage of enhanced safety protocols during your Park Terrace staycation.

1| Live Performances at The Shed

Live performances are (slowly) coming back to the city! The Shed, a modern art center where Hudson Yards meets the Highline, will kick off its new series, “An Audience with…” on April 2. This expansive, eight-level space with soaring ceilings and a telescoping roof will feature distanced seating arrangements and a new ventilation system. You can also look forward to the return of the popular Frieze New York art fair coming in May.

2| A Floral Celebration at the Macy’s Flower Show

Spring is back at the Macy’s Flower Show. Just minutes from Park Terrace, the flagship store is hosting a floral celebration called “Give. Love. Bloom.” Running from May 2 through May 16, these lush and brilliantly arranged gardens are free and open to the public during store hours and have safety precautions in place. 

3| New Art Exhibit at MOMA PS1

MOMA PS1 is ready to make a statement this season. Running through September 6, 2021, the newest art show, “Structures for Life,” exhibits more than 200 sculptures and other works by the late visionary Niki de Saint Phalle. Wander among the installations of colorful, oversized artistic pieces. 

4| Visit The Bronx Zoo Without Leaving Your Room

Prefer the comfort of your Park Terrace room? You can still have fun viewing the spring babies and other critters at the Bronx Zoo. Watch live cameras of hot spots at the zoo or book a private virtual wildlife encounter with your favorite animal. You can sit back, relax and enjoy the show from the comfort of your room.

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