Arts & Culture

Join us as we embrace and celebrate the diverse range of art and culture flourishing within the vibrant tapestry of New York City's landscape.

 

Explore New York's Cultural Legacy

To mark the Museum of the City of New York's centennial anniversary, 'This Is New York: 100 Years of the City in Art and Pop Culture' showcases how the city has inspired storytelling in various forms over the years, presenting a rich and diverse portrayal of its cultural impact.

 

Eat at Local Black-Owned Restaurants

 

Make a meaningful impact in the NYC Black community by choosing to dine at Black-owned restaurants—a concrete way to show support. In Greenwich Village, explore Urban Vegan Kitchen, and if you're in Tribeca, consider checking out Brooklyn Chophouse.

 

Giants: The Dean Collection of Swizz Beatz & Alicia Keys

 

Visit the Brooklyn Museum to experience the art exhibition 'Giants: Art from the Dean Collection of Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys. From February 10th - July 7th. This showcase spotlights the incredible works of Black diasporic artists.

 

Shop at NYC's Black-Owned Businesses

 

Elevate your support for the Black community in NYC by choosing to shop at Black-owned businesses. Explore Noir Et Blanc in the Flatiron District for chic French-inspired finds or savor sweets at Gooey on the Inside in The Bowery near Tribeca.

 

Bowery Historic District Tour

 

Explore the heart of NYC's oldest street with the Bowery Historic District Tour. From its Native American origins to its influence on tap dance, vaudeville, punk rock, and more, delve into the rich culture that defines this iconic location. Don't miss your chance to uncover the Bowery's fascinating past and present.

 

Stay & Save

 

Stay 3 nights and save 10% on your next stay at Walker Tribeca or Greenwich Village.

 

Including flexible cancellation!