Looking for things to do while you’re out and about in the NoMad Neighborhood? We’ve got you covered with a super straight forward top 5 things to do list!
233 5th Avenue.
Its humble beginnings started in 2002 and ever since, the Museum of Sex has become a must-see museum in Manhattan and the NoMad Neighborhood. Its theme is an educational approach to the history of sexuality as well as a place to begin conversations regarding certain aspects of sexuality that they believe should be discussed. They have hosted over thirty exhibitions and have remained a popular attraction to tourists and newcomers.
420 Park Avenue South.
Located on the 20th floor in view of the Empire State Building, the Pool at the Royalton Park Av. is a great place to cosy up and enjoy the stunning and breath taking views of the Manhattan skyline. The pool is usually just available for hotel guests but you can enjoy the Pool area and seating if you consume beverages or food at the rooftop restaurant and bar, making the pool a great stop to relax and have a drink after enjoying a meal upstairs! The pool hours are from 7:00AM to 7:00PM Sunday to Wednesday and 7:00AM to 10:00PM Thursday to Saturday, so be sure to check it out on the weekend!
12 West 27th Street, 9th Floor.
The Modrn Sanctuary offers a one of a kind getaway in the middle of the bustling NoMad Neighborhood, with just over 5,000 square feet of space and 16 separate treatment rooms and a wide range of treatments available. The treatments available range from regular massages (with popular add-ons such as CBD or Detox options) to Cryoskin body contouring and Infrared Salt Sauna. The Modrn Sanctuary is an absolute must visit for anyone needing to take the edge off or simply looking to refresh themselves!
230 5th Avenue.
The infamous 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar, known for the fact that it is New York City’s largest indoor and outdoor rooftop bar, is an amazing gem that NoMad has to offer. It’s also a great rooftop plan if ever you’re looking to view the breath taking skylines of Manhattan but are afraid of the rooftops being closed during rain – 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar has a Shine & Rain policy! During the November-May season, the rooftop hosts an Igloo Bar which has become very popular over the past recent years and is definitely worth checking out during the colder days!
25 West 26th Street.
Looking for something more unconventional and less obvious as a top 5 things to do in NoMad? We’ve got you covered with the Public Cooking Classes at the My Cooking Party Institute! They’ve been running their classes for just over 13 years and are guaranteed to get you cooking in no time. My Cooking Party Institute also offer a wide range of services such as private cooking classes, family packages and corporate team building packages. Did we mention you get complimentary beer and wine during the class?