Things to Do in New York on a Sunday

New York is a dynamic city that seemingly never sleeps. Sundays are no exception. Visitors will be pleased to discover Sundays in the city offer a wide range of activities from the very relaxed to the most invigorating. Whether your preference is for indoor activities of outdoor events, New York City offers something for everyone’s taste.

New York City

Sunday Brunch Cruise

World Yacht presents a two-hour Sunday brunch (from April to December) complete with scrumptious food, stunning views of the city and live music. For an additional cost, customers can receive caviar and champagne service. The required dress code for the cruise is casual attire; sneakers, jeans, and shorts are not allowed. The cruise begins by traveling down the Hudson River. It includes views of the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge, the United Nations and the Statue of Liberty, returning to Pier 81.

World Yacht
New York Sunday Brunch Cruise
Pier 81
West 43rd Street and 12th Avenue
New York, NY 10036

new Sunday Brunch Cruise

Harlem Meer Performance Festival

Visitors to New York City can enjoy fun, music-filled Sundays in the city. The Central Park Conservancy presents free Sunday concerts featuring diverse established and up and coming artists in performing music in genres such as Gospel, Jazz, World and Latin. The concert series runs from June 21st through September 6th, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Charles A. Dana Discovery Center
110th Street and Fifth Avenue
(212) 860-1370

Frick CollectionFrick Collection

The Frick Collection is a small museum located in the vicinity of Central Park. The facility houses precious works of art by some of the greatest European artists. Visitors can expect to see sculptures, Oriental rugs, French furnishings, paintings, porcelains, bronzes and much more. The Frick allows visitors to pay what they want on Sundays, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

The Frick Collection offers audio tours included in the admission price. Children under 10 years old are not admitted into the museum galleries, to help maintain the reserve of Mr. Frick’s private home. Patrons and visitors are invited to sketch in the galleries with charcoal or lead pencils only on paper no larger than 12-by-18 inches. The Frick Collection Museum Shop is open on Sundays from 11 a.m. until 4:45 p.m.

Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021
(212) 547-6849
(212) 288-0700