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Spring is just around the corner , bringing with it plenty of other new arrivals to the city as well. Here are just some of the new things opening in Manhattan this month, from Broadway and beyond to the neighborhoods in between:
If you enjoy florals, head to the New York Botanical Garden for the Orchid Show. It opened on March 1, but it runs through April so there is still plenty of time to check out your favorites.
Image viaFlickrby Salim Viji
Museum at FIT is giving a look at the Biker Jacket, which seems to be back in fashion for the past few seasons and shows no signs of letting up. Learn more about the classic at the exhibit, which ends in early April. Whether you’re a fan of The Walking Dead or Sons of Anarchy or you just like to appreciate the fashion aesthetic you will love exploring the exhibit.
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is showcasing the art of disguise with the Camouflage exhibit.
For film fans, several movies are opening this month, include Wes Anderson’s latest endeavor, The Grand Budapest Hotel, which is already in theaters. Also look for a few under the radar movies, like Nymphomaniac: Volume 1 and The Raid 2.
In the world of art, The Whitney Museum of American Art is hosting the Whitney Biennial until the 25th. MoMa is opening Gauguin: Metamorphoses and Neue Galerie New York is showing Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937.
If you like things spicy, head to Penn Plaza Pavilion on March 29 and 30th for a hot sauce expo.
For theater lovers, there are several plays that are opening, or in some cases, returning, including All the Way at Neil Simon Theatre, Hand to God at Lucille Lortel Theatre, Rocky at Winter Garden Theatre, Tales from Red Vienna at Manhattan Theatre Club, Aladdin at New Amsterdam Theatre, Les Misérables at Imperial Theatre, and Neil Patrick Harris in Hedwig and the Angry Inch at Belasco Theatre.
For more information, and more things to explore in your neck of the woods that are starting this month, check out the list at Time Out.