Fall in New York City

New York City is an exciting place any time of year, but one of the best times to visit is fall. Following the relatively slow summer months, the autumn calendar swiftly kicks into high gear with food festivals, Broadway openings, and more, all while the trees in Central Park turn beautiful shades of orange. It’sREAD MORE

Summer in New York City

The city gains a boundless energy once the warmer months roll around, and there’s endless things to do, including some great free things to do in NYC. Everywhere you turn during summer in New York City, something exciting is happening. There are free outdoor concerts and movies all around the five boroughs, and Shakespeare inREAD MORE

Peddler’s Village

Peddler’s Village offers small town, colonial charm just 1 1/2 hours from Bergen County, NJ. Founded in 1962, Peddler’s Village, located in Bucks County, PA attracts 1.6 million visitors every year to its 42-acres of landscaped grounds and winding brick walkways. The Village turns into a winter wonderland this time of the year. With moreREAD MORE

Haunted Houses

Of all the places that become haunted, the haunted house is the most popular in folklore dating back several thousands of years. According to legend, when a person dies their spirit leaves this world and moves on to the next world. However, sometimes their ghost will remain and haunt the area of its death. ThisREAD MORE

Brotherhood Winery

Brotherhood Winery located in Washingtonville, New York was started by John Jaques, who deeded it in 1858 to his three sons, John Jr., Oren, and Charles, later renaming it “Jaques Brothers’ Winery.” In 1886, ownership of winery came under the father and son ownership of James M. and Edward R. Emerson, acquiring it from Charles,READ MORE