Way too many things to choose from on Friday.
A Guide Named Sue is leading an early morning midtown MOMA tour.
Manhattanhenge II happens in the evening.
The New York Philharmonic will be on the Great Lawn near the...Metropolitan Museum of Art which is open late and the current roof top exhibit has the most amazing grass to stand on.
I honestly doubt that one would be able to see the effects of Manhattanhenge or hear the Philharmonic playing from the Metropolitan Museum of Art roof. However, I just might investigate and report back.!
Well I did head to the top of the Met and the sunset and the moon rise were gorgeous. Most people on the roof didn't know about Manhattanhenge but they were all having a great time. (NOTE: It must have been brilliant from the street. Tonight was too cloudy on 57th Street.
No, we couldn't hear the concert from the roof and many folks didn't know the concert was happening. I went over and wandered around. It is a beautiful time to be in the Park. The fireworks were staged from Cherry Hill so they were difficult to see unless you were close to the bandshell. See #NYPhil for pics. Advice for Monday, view the fireworks from the Boathouse Cafe or Sheep Meadow or high places surrounding the Park. Here are a few pictures from the evening.