Best things to do Harlem New York City on Saturday evening (US)

Popular days & hours to visit attractions in Harlem New York City United States on Saturday evening.

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Riverbank State Park (Park)
679 Riverside Dr
4.6

Riverbank State Park is most popular around 3 PM on Sundays. It's most quiet on Wednesdays.

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St. Nicholas Park (Park)
St Nicholas Ave &
4.4

St. Nicholas Park is most popular around 3 PM on Sundays. Visitors usually stay up to 1 hour here. It's most quiet on Tuesdays.

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Shrine (Performing arts)
2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd
4.5

Shrine is most popular around 11 PM on Fridays. It's most quiet on Mondays.

Shrine World Music Venue is housed in the former headquarters of Harlem's largest Black charity, the Black United Fund Plaza & inspired by the music venue & home of Nigerian artist, Fela Kuti, founder of Afrobeat music. While Shrine is steeped in tradition, it also serves as a gathering place for up-and-coming artists & residents of Harlem, old & new.

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Harlem Hookah (Other)
387 Malcolm X Blvd
3.9

Harlem Hookah is most popular around 5 PM on Thursdays. It's most quiet on Wednesdays.

Harlem Hookah was first thought of in 2014 with the objective to fill a void by merging all that the area was missing into one venue- authentic hookahs straight from Africa, premium cocktail offerings, tasty bites, and an environment that is bright, upscale, and modern. Harlem Hookah opened in September of 2016 and since, it has grown to great popularity in the Harlem area and the surrounding communities.

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Third Avenue Bridge (Bridge)
East 129th Street and Third Avenue
4.1

Third Avenue Bridge is most popular around 2 PM on Thursdays. It's most quiet on Sundays.

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Swing Low: Harriet Tubman Memorial (Other)
St. Nicholas Avenue and
4.7

Swing Low: Harriet Tubman Memorial is most popular around 4 PM on Saturdays. It's most quiet on Sundays.

This larger-than-life bronze sculpture depicts abolitionist organizer and Underground Railroad leader Harriet Tubman, and stands at the crossroads of St. Nicholas Avenue, West 122nd Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem. Artist Alison Saar has depicted Tubman "not as the conductor of the Underground Railroad but as the train itself, an unstoppable locomotive," the roots of slavery pulled up in her wake.

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