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Tour the New High Line
Visit this elegant ribbon park 30-feet in the air that has dramatically transformed the West Side of Manhattan. Our tour will include views of Frank Gehry’s IAC building, the chic Standard Hotel, and the cobblestone streets with their landmark buildings. We’ll visit the popular Chelsea Market—the renovated Nabisco factory and birthplace of the Oreo cookie. Meet outside the Chelsea Market: 75 Ninth Avenue (15th to 16th Streets). Pre-registration required. (more)REGISTER
adults > 60+ > outings & trips
Wed, Apr 30
winter
10am60 - 0once
Bird Watching Tour in Central Park
Central Park is an important destination for a huge number of migrating birds and May is an ideal time to see the variety of birds that are heading north after the winter. Come along with an expert guide from the Audubon Society leading the way. Meet at the entrance to the park on Central Park West and 77 Street on the northeast corner. Pre-registration required. (Rain date: Tue, May 15) (more)REGISTER
adults > 60+ > outings & trips
Tue, May 6
spring
8am60 - 0once
Old Westbury Gardens and Planting Fields Arboretum
This 1906 sprawling former estate of the Phipps family is like a glorious English country estate and the beautiful house and gardens are historical. We will tour the grounds and garden designed by the Olmsted Brothers and landscape architects Lowell & Sargent, enjoy a picnic lunch, continue onto the Planting Fields Arboretum, a horticultural treasure, followed by a guided tour of the 65-room home. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Meet in the JCC lobby. Box lunches will be provided. Pre-registration required. (more)REGISTER
adults > 60+ > outings & trips
Thu, May 29
spring
9am60 - 0once
Trip to Caramoor
Considered the largest annual outdoor music festival in New York, concerts are set among the rolling hills of Katonah in northern Westchester. For over sixty years, since 1928 when Walter and Lucie Rosen purchased the estate to build a summer home and enjoy their passions of music and art, Caramoor has been an oasis of beauty and culture. There are lush gardens to walk through, beautiful lawns to picnic on, and a world-class collection of Eastern, Medieval, and Renaissance art and antiques in the Rosen House. The trip will include a concert and a tour of the museum. Box lunches included. Pre-registration required. Meet in the lobby of the JCC. (more)REGISTER
adults > 60+ > outings & trips
Wed, Jun 18
spring
10am60 - 0once
Fort Tryon Park and the Cloisters
One of the highest points in Manhattan it is often considered to be the city's most spectacular panoramic views. We'll tour its extensive walking paths, stone terraces, towering trees and distinctly designed Heather Gardens. Our guide will cover the history, the restoration and preservation that has revitalized this beloved public park. Then onto the Cloisters: The branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe. Our private tour will cover the buildings, its cloistered gardens and the seven magnificent "Unicorn Tapestries," that are among the most beautiful and complex art from the late middle ages. (Rain date: Wed, Jul 2) (more)REGISTER
adults > 60+ > outings & trips
Wed, Jun 25
spring
9am60 - 0once
Fort Tryon Park and the Cloisters
One of the highest points in Manhattan it is often considered to be the city's most spectacular panoramic views. We'll tour its extensive walking paths, stone terraces, towering trees and distinctly designed Heather Gardens. Our guide will cover the history, the restoration and preservation that has revitalized this beloved public park. Then onto the Cloisters: The branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe. Our private tour will cover the buildings, its cloistered gardens and the seven magnificent "Unicorn Tapestries," that are among the most beautiful and complex art from the late middle ages. (Rain date: Wed, Jul 2) (more)REGISTER
adults > 60+ > outings & trips
Wed, Jun 25
spring
9:30am60 - 0once
Tour of Governors Island
Governors Island—an American military facility for over 200 years—has a long history that includes Native American tribes as well as Dutch and British rule. Designated as a national monument by President Clinton, it was purchased by New York State for $1 to be used for the public benefit. Join us for a private walking tour of the island, learn about the history, and discover the beauty of this quiet, idyllic spot, just a short ferry ride away from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. Meet at the Governors Island Ferry, which departs from the Battery Maritime Building, 10 South Street, corner of Whitehall Street in Lower Manhattan. Pre-registration required. (more)REGISTER
adults > 60+ > outings & trips
Thu, Jul 24
summer
9am60 - 0once
5:30am
10:30pm
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