Holiday Window Displays on 5th Ave

They say the best things in life are free, walking down Fifth Avenue and watching the holiday window displays from Bergdorf Goodmanto Saks 5th Avenue all the way south to Lord & Taylor you will see just how true that is.  Start your stroll down Fifth Avenue between 58th and 57th Street – you will come across Bergdorf Goodman where their window displays are featuring the “Carnival of the Animals“ Theme for this holiday season.  Aesthetically luring and story telling... Read More

Bethesda Terrace Autumn

With just a week or two left to see the most incredible Autumn colors in Central Park, you need to get those cameras out and head over to the Bethesda Terrace.  This spot is the most photographed place in Central Park.  The fountain, also known for its Statue of an Angel, blessing the pool, where people from all over the world come to relax and observe.  Just beyond the Fountain is the park’s Lake where a lot of people do some row boating and take photos of this beautiful... Read More

Autumn in New York

Autumn is my favorite time of year in New York City.  I love the crisp, cool weather, and the smell of fresh air. Stay tuned for all my adventures in Central Park, as the leaves start changing colors and falling through Central Park. Music by Beatles The first day of fall is on Friday, September 23, 2011  Read More

Summer HD Festival

Head to Lincoln Center for the best free opera this summer. The Metropolitan Opera is presenting ten of the best free HD video screening productions of the biggest opera stars. Click here for more details. Free Outdoor Opera Screening at the Met from August 27th until September 5th. Location: Lincoln Center Plaza on Broadway and 64th St.  Read More

Bank Rock Bay

Bank Rock Bay is the narrow inlet of water located to the north of the Bank Rock Bridge that spans this narrow terminus of the Lake. This area is a popular destination for bird watchers. Location: West Side of the Ramble between 77th and 78th Streets.  Read More

Azalea Pond

Azalea Pond is a small pond known as the centerpiece of the Ramble, fed by the tumbling stream called the Gill. The Azalea Pond gets its name from the spectacle view of the blooming Azalea flowers surrounding the pond during the springtime. This area is a well-preserved natural habitat frequently visited by bird watchers. Things to See: Gill, Ramble (made up of 38 acres of woods and forest like confusing trails). Location: Mid-Park in the Ramble at 76th Street.  Read More

Fashion Night Out

The Fashion Night Out extravaganza is back for a third year in a row – Flock to your favorite store in NYC and see models, celebrities, designers and fashion editors celebrate and kick off to New York Fashion Week. Starts September 8, from 6 to 11PM. Location: Action takes place on the streets of Madison Avenue and on Bergdorf Goodman & Saks fifth avenue on 5th Avenue. Location:Madison Avenue between 59th and 69th street  Read More

Hurricane Irene

New York City prepares for Hurricane Irene. Checkout Sammy Takes Manhattan Album! Click Like on Facebook and follow Sammy throughout Manhattan: its corners, famous landmarks and people, big events, and the hidden glorious gems of New York City. Live the life in a day through Sammy’s eyes as he tours you around, showing you all the fun action that can only happen in the Big Apple.  Read More

Liberty Helicopters Tours

Come see New York City like never before with Liberty Helicopters Sightseeing Tours of NYC. Its a thrilling experience of a lifetime offering inspiring views of New York City most famous landmarks. See the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Ground Zero and the world-famous financial district of Wall Street, as well as the Empire State Building, Met Life, Chrysler building and much more. Liberty Helicopters is the largest and most experienced helicopter sightseeing and charter... Read More

Zac Brown Band

Zac Brown Band the popular American country band will be performing outside at the Today Show Plaza on August 5th, 2011.  Today Show concerts are free and open to the public. Today Show Concert Series Schedule. Location: 49th Street and Rockefeller Center  Read More

Lake

The 20-acre Lake is the second largest body of water in Central Park – the largest is the Reservoir. The Lake provides beautiful view of the Manhattan skyline reflecting off the water.  You can view picturesque scenes of the Lake from the Ladies Pavilion, Hernshead, Ramble, Cherry Hill, Bow Bridge, Bethesda Terrace, Loeb Boathouse, and the Oak Bridge. Central Park is a world of magnificent beauty, serenity and endless wonder. View of the Lake on the west side of Central... Read More

Three Doors Down

Three Doors Down will be performing outside at the Today Show Plaza on July 27, 2011.  Today Show concerts are free and open to the public. Today Show Concert Series Schedule Location:49th Street and Rockefeller Center  Read More

Wooden Bridges

The Ramble contains many wooden bridges -this bridge crosses the small stream called the Gill. The Ramble is also the most unvisited site in Central Park, with 38 acres of land to explore leaves little Sammy very tired and resting on the wooden bridge. Location:Mid-Park in the Ramble at 76th Street.  Read More

Gill

The Gill is a stream that goes through the 38-acre area of the Ramble, the water streams down a bunch of rocks before going into the Lake. Water rushing down the rocks while Sammy takes in the peaceful side of Central Park. Location:Mid-Park in the Ramble at 76th Street.  Read More