We attended the New York Botanical Garden Train Show on Saturday, our second time going to see the holiday exhibit.
Henry was able to see a few of the balloons for the big parade as they lined up near the American Museum of Natural History on Wednesday night.
Bigger frog than the one he rode when he was younger.
Henry and I paid our first visit to the Whitney Museum‘s new location in the Meatpacking District. We enjoyed the collection in its new exhibit space and Henry was especially impressed with the building’s exterior metal-grated staircase.
Today’s activities included an excursion to the High Line, a park built on a reclaimed elevated freight train line.
Cousin Rachael came into town Monday to stay with us for a bit and check out some graduate school programs in the city. Rachael has not been to New York since she was 12, so we are happy to show her around again. Henry and her instantly became buddies. It was a perfect autumn day to take our guest to Central Park and walk around for hours.