Spring in New York City brings warmer temperatures, the start of baseball season in the Bronx and Queens and a palpable sense of optimism on the streets and sidewalks as residents shed their winter coats. It’s your chance to admire cherry blossoms at botanic gardens, take nature-filled walks in Central Park and Prospect Park and—like a true New Yorker—enjoy a long, lazy brunch at an outdoor table.
Spring officially starts in just 9 days, on March 20th. Discover new and interesting things to do in New York City in the upcoming season with NYCgo's Spring Guide.
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