Art installations all across NYC are showing their Pride with new displays popping up each day. From illuminated piers to rainbow steps, NYC is one proud city ready to celebrate this incredible month!
Here are 10 colorful art installations across NYC honoring Pride Month.
1. Brookfield Place
Where: 230 Vesey St, New York
Brookfield Place is showing their pride with an enormous Pride flag brightening up the Winter Garden. Visitors are encouraged to snap a photo and share with @bfpny what gives them pride. Those who post will be able to pick up swag from the concierge desk while supplies last. While you’re there, help New Pride Agenda by purchasing a specialty cocktail from Tartinery shack at Portside as proceeds will be donated to the LGBTQIA+ education and advocacy organization.
2. Times Square
Interactive Double Decker Buses are pulling up to Times Square on Friday, June 23 – Saturday June 24th for Pride in Times Square, sponsored by American Express, ViiV Healthcare, and Audible Theater. Select buses will then take part in NYC’s Pride March on Sunday, June 25th on Fifth Avenue.
Where: 7th Avenue between 42nd and 47th Streets
3. Pier 17
Catch Pier 17 aglow with an illuminating display in a rainbow of colors. Celebrate Pride at the Seaport with tons of fun events all happening this month.
Where: Pier 17, 89 South St, New York
Macy’s at Herald Square has decked their entire window front in a rainbow of colors for Pride. Walk by and see how gorgeous it is for yourself!
Where: 151 W 34th St, New York
5. Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Register for one of the free Pride events going on this month at St. John the Divine and see this gorgeous, rainbow light display in the cathedral.
Where: 1047 Amsterdam Ave., New York
6. Christopher Park Flags
Catch Christopher Park’s perimeter decorated with numerous Pride flags proudly swaying in the wind for their annual Pride decorations! Every Pride month, Stonewall National Monument commemorates the Stonewall Uprisings that were remarkable demonstrations in the LGBTQ rights movement. Learn more about the Stonewall National Monument history here.
Where: 38-64 Christopher St, New York
7. Oscar Wilde
This restaurant is known for its over the top decorations and this year, they didn’t miss. Head to one of the drag brunches happening every Sunday from 12pm & 2:30pm and catch fabulous colors, delicious drinks and entertainment from @phoebejeebiesnyc, @gloria_swansong & @missjuicyliu.
Where: 45 W 27th St, New York
8. Empire State Building
Make sure to catch the ESB all lit up in rainbow for New York City Pride on Sunday, June 25th. See more of the upcoming lights calendar here.
Where: 20 W 34th St, New York
Explore a rainbow in the sky at the largest outdoor observation deck in the Western Hemisphere! Edge has colored their steps up to the 101 level to let you walk on a rainbow 1,131 feet above Manhattan. Learn more about the transformed skyline steps here.
Where: 30 Hudson Yards, New York
10. Rockefeller Center
Where: 45 Rockefeller Plaza, New York
Throughout the month, Rockefeller Center will be introducing tons of Pride installations across the campus. Expect rainbow pathways, flying flags and so much more. Surrounding retailers are also taking part in the celebrations with charitable donations. Find out more here.