Are you looking for a fun and free way to celebrate Oktoberfest in New York City? Look no further! The Central Park Oktoberfest is a massive celebration of German culture in the heart of Manhattan, and it's absolutely free of charge. Organized by the German-American Committee of Greater New York, this event takes place on September 17th in Central Park. If you're looking for a more unique experience, Circle Line offers Oktoberfest cruises from September 17 to October 15. This 50-mile cruise down the Hudson River to Bear Mountain State Park is a great way to celebrate Oktoberfest in style. At both the Central Park Oktoberfest and the Circle Line cruise, you can expect to find all the traditional attractions of Oktoberfest: beer, traditional food, and live music.
There will also be plenty of activities for kids, such as face painting, carnival games, and more. So if you're looking for a fun and free way to celebrate Oktoberfest in New York City, look no further! Oktoberfest is an annual celebration of German culture that takes place all over the world. In New York City, there are two great ways to experience this festive event: at Central Park or on a Circle Line cruise. The Central Park Oktoberfest is free of charge and features all the traditional attractions of Oktoberfest: beer, traditional food, and live music.
The Circle Line cruise is a 50-mile journey down the Hudson River to Bear Mountain State Park that includes all the same attractions as well as activities for kids. No matter which option you choose, you can expect to have a great time celebrating Oktoberfest in New York City. So grab your lederhosen and get ready for a fun-filled day of beer, food, music, and more!.