Make your heart beat faster this Valentine’s Day by celebrating the most romantic day of the year in New York. Here’s a list of great events open to the public or interesting date ideas.
Love in Times Square
Join or see hundreds of couples tying the knot, renewing vows or proposing in Times Square on Valentine’s Day! Take part in this inclusive celebration of love on February 14, 2020.
NYC Off-Broadway Week
NYC Winter Outing ends later this year! If you’ve seen every Broadway show on your bucket list, it’s time to turn your attention to Off-Broadway productions. During NYC Off-Broadway Week, running from February 10-23, 2020, you’ll find 2-for-1 tickets for shows like Drunk Shakespeare, Dracula, Blue Man Group, and dozens more.
Romantic Dinner in Midtown
Our concierge has recommended superb Midtown restaurants that are great for any occasion. Consult OpenTable for more information on special Valentine’s Day menus in New York.
Cupid’s Undie Run
Burn calories and have some fun before Valentine’s Day on the Cupid’s Undie Run on February 8, 2020. Run about a mile in your coolest undies and join an epic dance party at the end.
Valentine’s Day Art Tour at MOMA
The evening will start with a candlelit reception in the Terrace Café, followed by a Valentine’s Day Art Tour at MOMA. See the expanded galleries and new collections after hours for one glorious hour on February 15, 2020.
Chocolate and Wine Tasting
Two of the most popular flavors for Valentine’s Day meet at the Ripple Effect Artists' Seventh Annual Wine and Chocolate Gala. Your ticket includes sweet and luxurious chocolate samples, wine tasting and a meet-and-greet of talented theater artists.
Love in the Parlors Concert at Merchant’s House Museum
The Merchant’s House Museums is once again hosting its beloved Love in the Parlors Concert. Listen to romantic 19th-century music by Schumann, Rossini, Tchaikovsky, Amy Beach, Johann Strauss II in the stunning Greek revival double parlor.
Jazz Concert in Lincoln Center
On February 14-15, 2020, enjoy exquisite music in one of the best venues in New York: Lincoln Center. The program includes a performance by Diane Reeves, one of the best jazz singers of our time and a master storyteller.
The Naked at the Met Scavenger Hunt
If you want a fun and different Valentine’s Day experience, sign up for The Naked at The Met Scavenger Hunt. Follow a trail of clues through the galleries, focusing on nude art featured in The Met.
For more great NYC events, consult the latest Owner Events at The Manhattan Club.