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Sweet Sailing: Feel the Love with Valentine’s Day Outings in NYC

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January 27, 2023 Franky Ponce

It’s the season of love, and NYC Ferry is your Valentine! Whether you’re looking for a couples’ adventure, a Galentine’s/friend’s outing, or even some solo activities – we’ve got you covered. Check out our round up of events in NYC near NYC Ferry Landings, and scroll down for a list of ideas for outings in NYC.

♥️  Rockaway Hotel


?  6 min walk

♥️  Monet’s Garden

 Pier 11 / Wall St

?  7 min walk

A 360º immersive experience that uses state-of-the-art technology to bring visitors into the art and mind of Claude Monet.

♥️  Shipwrecked – Mini Golf

 Red Hook

?  23 min walk  / 6 min bike ride

Shipwrecked features an 18-hole indoor miniature golf course and arcade. It is the perfect location for a competitive Valentine’s Day date … loser buys dinner!

♥️  Bury the Hatchet


?  9 min walk

Continue the competitive spirit at Bury the Hatchet. Experience the thrill of throwing an axe at a wooden target at Bury The Hatchet. It’s a one-of-a-kind experience to bring a date or chill with your friends.

♥️  The Brooklyn Kitchen

 North Williamsburg

?  6 min walk

Cooking classes with a hands-on approach – the perfecting bonding activity for friends, solo, or as a couple. Book a couple’s cooking class just in time for Valentine’s Day!

♥️  Beat the Bomb


?  13 min walk

Step in to real-life video games and get blasted with paint if you lose – what ‘s a better bonding experience than that?


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♥️  Raaka Chocolate Classes

 Red Hook

?  10 min walk

Don’t just order chocolate this month, learn all about it! Raaka offers a variety of cholocate-themed classes for pairing, making, and more!


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♥️  Brooklyn Bowl

 North Williamsburg

?  11 min walk

Catch a show, bowl a game, grab a bite and something to drink. Brooklyn Bowl has got a little something for everyone.


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♥️  UES.

 East 90th Street

?  12 min walk

Sometimes, the best days are just wandering until you find something. If you’re looking for a romantic spot to do so – visit the Upper East Side! From museums to coffee shops galore, there’s always something new to explore.


♥️  SeaGlass Carousel

 Pier 11 / Wall St

?  10 min walk

SeaGlass Carousel is a one-of-a-kind, permanent cultural attraction featuring a monumental nautilus shell with 30 grand luminescent fish.

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