Sweater weather just arrived and we love nothing better than the crispy autumn air. Fall is one of the most beautiful times to visit New York City. Below is a list of Arlo Staff Picks for things to do for Fall 2019.
Check Out the Skyline from A.R.T. SoHo (Arlo Roof Top)
Location: Arlo SoHo
Summer might be over, but Arlo SoHo’s rooftop is opened year-round with both indoor and outdoor seating so enjoy the beautiful fall air no matter the weather. Savor delicious seasonal cocktails, an excellent selection of craft beer, grilled snacks and small plates all while taking in the views of the Hudson River and the Freedom Tower skyline.
Various dates in Oct
Pricing: Starting from $38.50
Blood Manor is designed to be the most intense, creepy, and “scream inducing” haunted house attraction in the Tri-state area. It is comprised of approximately 5,000 square feet of themed rooms, corridors, and a labyrinth of passageways designed to to maximize one’s fears.
Open House New York
Oct 18-20, 2019
Pricing: various prices
Want to go behind the scenes and see some of the coolest buildings in NYC? Open House New York Weekend is a popular event that sells out every year. From historical buildings that are rarely open to the public to modern masterpieces, join hundreds of New Yorkers on site tours, talks with architects, designers and preservationists. Reservations open in late September. We recommend hitting refresh to nab those tough to get tickets.
New York: Haunted Broadway
Various dates in Oct
Pricing: $50.70 per person
In a town where the Great White Way is king, what’s better than visiting haunted Broadway theaters? Get spooked and hear tales about ghosts of famous Vaudeville and Broadway stars even though the curtains to their performances fell a long time ago. To top it off, there will be dancing and sing-alongs to the darker musicals to fit the mood.
Boo at the Zoo
Weekends from October 28 – November 3 (Including Monday, October 14)
Pricing: Ranging from $31-$35
Location: 2300 Southern Boulevard Bronx
Enjoy a visit to the Bronx Zoo with their annual Halloween event. From Magic Shows to an Extinct Animal Graveyard and even a Costume Parade, you and your family are sure to have a whole day of spooky fun.