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Home Care Guide: New York City

New York City is full of fun, interesting, and unique senior-friendly activities that will keep you busy for a long time. This neighborhood guide is separated by borough and it should help senior and home care aid figure out where to go today.

Activities for seniors in Central Park

The world-famous Central Park is located in the heart of Manhattan and offers so much to people of all ages. Seniors can enjoy the sights of the park, or visit the Central Park Zoo and Conservatory Garden all situated in the same green space.

 

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Activities for seniors in Carnegie Hill

To the east of Central park is the area known Carnegie Hill, which is part of the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The Guggenheim Museum and the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum are two of the most prominent places to visit in the neighborhood.

 
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Activities for seniors in Chelsea

The neighborhood of Chelsea is situated on the western side of the island of Manhattan. The High Line green space and Chelsea Market are perhaps the two biggest points of interest in the area.

 

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Activities for seniors in East Village

Situated on the east side of Manhattan, the East Village has been the noted home of many American countercultures over the years. The area houses the Ukrainian Museum as well as Tompkins Square Park.

 

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Activities for seniors in the Financial District

The major financial center of New York City, most of the building that make up the Manhattan skyline are located in the Financial District. The area holds the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, the Museum of American Finance, and the Museum of Jewish Heritage.

 

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Activities for seniors in Harlem

The neighborhood of Harlem has a long noted history as a center for the arts among the African-American community. Studio Museum Harlem was built there to celebrate the history of those artists.

 

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Activities for seniors in Hell’s Kitchen

Located west of Midtown, Hell’s Kitchen is close to many theaters from the Theater District. It is situated on the water and the docks of the area host the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.

 

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Activities for seniors in Lenox Hill

To the east of Central Park is the neighborhood known as Lenox Hill. Hunter College and Lenox Hill Hospital are located in the neighborhood as is the Henry Clay Frick House and Frick Collection.

 

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Activities for seniors in Lower East Side

The Lower East Side is on the southeastern side of Manhattan and is where the Williamsburg Bridge Connects the island to Brooklyn. The Anthology Film Archives and New Museum are in the neighborhood.
 
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Activities for seniors in Midtowns

Midtown Manhattan is among the busiest places in the world, but it still has plenty for seniors to enjoy. Notable landmarks like the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, and Madison Square Garden are in the area, as are many institutions for the arts, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Arts and Design, and Carnegie Hall.

 
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Activities for seniors in SoHo

The neighborhood known as SoHo is located south of Houston Street in Lower Manhattan. It is home to the Museum of Chinese in America and the New York City Fire Museum.

 
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Activities for seniors in Upper East Side

The Upper East Side runs up the island of Manhattan on the east side of Central Park. It’s large size means that many interesting sights are in the neighborhood, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

 
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Activities for seniors in Upper West Side

The Upper West Side runs up the island of Manhattan on the west side of Central Park. It’s large size means that many interesting sights are in the neighborhood, including the American Folk Art Museum and the American Museum of Natural History.

 
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