Top 5 Places to Go To in the Noho Neighborhood

Out and about in the Noho Neighborhood? Check out our following recommendations of what to do while you’re in the neighborhood, we’ve got some great suggestions and it’ll be a quick read! Additionally, if you find yourself hungry in Noho, be sure to also checkout our top 5 places to eat guide!

1- The Blue Man Group

434 Lafayette Street
New York City wouldn’t be the city it is without its vast array of entertainment and live acts. The Blue Man Group remains until today one of the must-see live acts that Manhattan has to offer. It’s unique blend of artistic creativity, musical genius and comedy is a rare trio to find in live entertainment yet they’ve got all three! The renown trio, painted in bright blue paint, will make sure you have a memorable experience during their show as they are very interactive with the audience and will most definitely surprise you in many ways!

2- The Public Theater

3 East 52nd Street.
The Public Theater is a great place to checkout while you’re in the NoHo Neighborhood. The theater began in 1954 with Joseph Papp, spearheading an initiative to help upcoming playwrights and performers and give them a chance to mark their domains. The huge space available makes The Public Theater as well as Joe’s Pub (a part of The Public Theater) a great place to bring friends to to enjoy live entertainment.

3- Bowery Poetry Club

308 Bowery.
Writing workshops, live poetry, open mic events and a supportive and open community in which artists, upcoming artists, poets and writers join to help each other learn and progress, that is a pretty encompassing way of describing what you’re getting into at the Bowery Poetry Club. Initially started as a poetry performance space in 2002, it has become a renown spot for artists and art lovers. Be sure to checkout their website and their calendar for upcoming events, you’ll have a great experience and will most likely meet new people!

4- The Hole NYC

312 Bowery.
The Hole NYC is a small and subtle contemporary art gallery in the NoHo Neighborhood. Approximately 3800 square feet, the gallery presents exhibitions every month, usually focusing on upcoming and emerging artists. The opening hours run between Tuesday to Saturday from 12:00 to 7:00PM. There have been times when The Hole NYC haven’t hosted an exhibition due to preparations for the next upcoming one; in between these they tend to host live performances, cool events and artistic collaborations that are most definitely worth checking out!

5- Merchant’s House Museum

29 East 4th Street.
The Merchant’s House Museum is not only filled with history and information, it is also the first official landmark that was given that status on the federal and state level. It is the only fully preserved 19th Century home in New York City that remains as is, with both the interiors and exteriors still remaining the same as they were. The Merchant’s House Museum focuses on educating visitors about the history of the family home and its inhabitants. It’s definitely a worthwhile place to check out if you’re around the Noho neighborhood!