When one sense is taken away, your other senses are said to heighten. Taste your food in a whole new way by eating with a blindfold at Dinners in the Dark. Menus are kept secret until of the very end, to keep you guessing.
Extra, extra, read all about it! This cute newsroom-themed coffee shop even has a wall of magazines and newspapers, so you can catch up on all the latest.
A haunted house-themed restaurant and bar that features live entertainment (vampires, werewolves, and mummies coming to life). Eccentric explorers and mad scientists welcome!
The official museum of the New York City Fire Department. Located at an old 1904 firehouse, the museum examines the evolution of firefighting, and showcases 9/11 memorial, firefighting artifacts, tools, uniforms, and vehicles.
In May 1989, Keith Haring created a mural called “Once Upon a Time” in the bathroom of the The Center as part of its “Center Show” that celebrated the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. It was his last major work before his death at 31 years old, from AIDS-related complications, and explores the heyday of gay cruising and bathroom sex before the AIDS crisis. As Keith Haring’s work have sold for millions of dollars, it is very possibly the most valuable bathroom in America.
A real-life Willy Wonka chocolate factory that serves traditional American food and all things chocolate (drinks, ice cream, dessert) – even a chocolate chunk pizza. Also sells chocolate and chocolate-related novelties.
Learn how to use the flying trapeze, silks, trampolines, and other methods of flying without dying.