Are you looking for a unique experience outside of New York City? Look no further than the Annual Oktoberfest! For more than 5 years, this event has been offering visitors a one-of-a-kind experience with German beers, food, music, art, crafts, fun activities for children and fireworks. This event will take place rain or shine and tickets cannot be exchanged for cash. Circle Line Oktoberfest cruises from September 17 to October 15. Circle Line, one of the most popular tourist cruise lines in New York City, offers its customers an exclusive 50-mile cruise down the Hudson River to Bear Mountain State Park to celebrate Oktoberfest. While it might not compare to the massive two-week celebration in Munich, New York City offers many of the same attractions: beer, traditional food, and live music. Organized by the German-American Committee of Greater New York, the Central Park Oktoberfest is a massive celebration of German culture in the heart of Manhattan.
Taking place on September 17th, this event is sure to be a great time for all ages. From playgrounds to Central Park, there's something for everyone at this year's Oktoberfest. So if you're looking for a fun day trip outside of New York City, make sure to check out this year's Oktoberfest. With live entertainment, delicious German food and beer, it's sure to be a great time! But don't forget to check if there is a fee for parking at the event before you go. The Annual Oktoberfest is an amazing opportunity to experience authentic German culture right here in New York City. From beer tastings to traditional food and live music, it's sure to be an unforgettable experience.
So don't miss out on this unique opportunity and join us for an amazing day of fun and festivities!.