Top 5 places where to go near the Alice Tully Hall in New York

In addition to other articles about where to eat and where to stay, we also have prepared an article in which you can find 5 places where to go. They are interesting, popular and are close to the Alice Tully Hall so you can visit them any convenient for you time.

  • The American Folk Art Museum

The American Folk Art Museum is devoted to the creative works of new and famous artists of past and present.Since 1961 the American Folk Art Museum has been presenting the concept of art through understanding and contemplation of its exhibitions, publications, and a huge variety of different works of art. The museum considers the historical, social, and artistic context of American culture. Its collection includes more than seven thousand works of art dating from the eighteenth century to the present. The museum represents portraits and amazing quilts to professional and famous works by young and perspective artists in a different variety of its expression.
Programs of the museum include lectures,  discussions, exhibitions etc. A variety of workshops and live musical performances are offered there as well. The museum is dedicated to making the study of folk and self-taught art available l for all.

  • Lincoln Center for The Performing Arts

This world famous performing arts complex is home to The Metropolitan Opera House, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and The New York City Ballet. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts serves three primary roles: presenter of artistic programming, the national leader in arts and education and community relations, and manager of the Lincoln Center campus. Also, it is a presenter of more than 3,000 free and ticketed events, performances, tours, and educational activities annually.

  • Hearst Plaza

Hearst Plaza is located behind David Geffen Hall between the Metropolitan Opera House and the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Lawn, flanked by the shaded green trees of Barclay’s Grove to the south. The center of the plaza shows the infinity pool of the Paul Milstein Pool and Terrace surrounding Henry Moore’s famous sculpture, “Reclining Figure. Hearst Plaza is often the site of high-profile television and photo shoots as well as Lincoln Center Out of Doors music, dance, and family events. All of the outdoor spaces are provided with Wi-Fi access.The trees and abundant, moveable chairs are nice because you can relax comfortably in the shade. The bench is also nice and long enough for many people/ strangers or friends/ to sit together.

  • Kaufman Music Center

Kaufman Music Center is a place for music education and performance.

It’s where music lovers come together to explore their musical passions. Founded in 1952 as just a music school, today’s Kaufman Music Center is one of the city’s most vibrant cultural organizations, combining world-class teaching with electrifying performances featuring rising young classical stars, Broadway icons and cutting-edge performer/composers who are re-defining contemporary music.

  • De Witt Clinton Park

De Witt Clinton Park is a great neighborhood park.  You can where find play equipment, safety surfacing, painted games, swings, benches, drinking fountains, concrete play mules (named Sal, Pal and Gal) and a frog spray shower within the play area, and a dog run caters to the canine set. Maria’s Perennial Garden features flowers of the 1800s, rock garden species, and plants that attract birds, bees and butterflies. Some of the park’s biggest attractions are its sports fields: locals come by to play basketball, baseball, soccer, and handball.

We hope that you will like this places as well as we did and definitely visit them next time you will be in New York.