Don't have any weekend plans?
From concerts to festivals to relaxing in the city, we've got you covered.
Here are our picks for things to do in NYC this weekend.
'Breakfast at the Zoo' (Oct. 23, Dec. 3, 17, 20)
Rise and shine with some adorable animals at the Central Park and Bronx zoos. Each zoo is hosting a variety of breakfast events, where attendees can chat with animal care staff, learn about the animals and (of course) enjoy breakfast. At the Bronx Zoo, sign up for "Waking Up with Big Cats" on Oct. 23, and "Breakfast with the Penguins" on Dec. 3. The Central Park Zoo is offering "Breakfast with the Bears" on Dec. 3, "Breakfast with the Penguins" on Dec. 17 and "Breakfast with the Birds" on Dec. 20. Prices range from $40 to $65, centralparkzoo.com/programs, bronxzoo.com/programs (Credit: Julie Larsen Maher, WCS)
Great PUPkin Dog Costume Contest (Oct. 29)
It's time yet again for the Great PUPkin Dog Costume Contest, celebrating its 18th year in Brooklyn. Show off your pet's costume, or go to check out other adorable pups in their Halloween best, as dogs compete to win a PUPkin rosette. Fort Greene Park, Washington Park and Saint Edward Street, Brooklyn, registration begins at 10:30 a.m., with a $10 suggested donation, fortgreenepups.org (Credit: Fort Greene PUPS)
Halloween Carnival at Bowlmor (Oct. 29)
Ditch the usual Halloween festivities and hit the bowling lanes at Bowlmor's Halloween Carnival. Celebrate this spooky holiday with a full bar, bowling and laser tag. Bowlmor Chelsea Piers, Pier 60, Manhattan, $15, 10 p.m., purchase tickets at nightout.com (Credit: Getty Images / Ben Gabbe / Stringer)
'Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience' (through Oct. 31)
If you think the 50th anniversary of the "Star Trek" franchise is cause for celebration, you have a friend in the Intrepid: Beginning July 9, enter the "Starfleet Academy Experience" exhibit, 12,000 square feet of Trekker dreams come true. You'll become a cadet and have the LARPing time of your life. George Takei not included. Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum; $25; intrepidmuseum.org (Credit: Getty Images / Michael Loccisano)
La Dia de los Muertos cooking class (Nov. 5)
Celebrate the Day of the Dead by learning how to cook up Yucatan-style dishes at Dos Caminos. Learn to make a traditional lunch from executive chef Ivy Stark, all while enjoying cocktails like a Yucatan Daquiri. Dos Caminos, 373 Park Ave. South, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., $75 per person, doscaminos.com (Credit: Dos Caminos)
'90210! The Musical!' (through Nov. 19)
Relive the 1990s -- you know you want to -- with a trip back to West Beverly High. Chat "Donna Martin graduates!" to yourself as the cast sing "Will Tori Spelling Graduate?" Find out, as the cast sings "Will Tori Spelling Graduate?" Remember the long-lost character of Scott in song with "Ballad of the Kid Who Accidentally Shoots Himself." From Bob and Tobly McSmith, the folks that brought us "Katashians! The Musical!" 8 p.m. Thursdays and 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, from $25.50; Theatre80, 80 St. Marks Pl., 90210themusical.com (Credit: 90210! The Musical!)
'Diane Arbus: In the Beginning' (through Nov. 27)
This new exhibit showcases some of the photographer's less famous work, taken between 1956 and 1962 and shot mostly on 35 mm film. The exhibit features more than 100 Diane Arbus photographs, including "Taxicab driver at the wheel with two passengers, N.Y.C. 1956," pictured. The Met Breuer, 945 Madison Ave. 212-731-1675, metmuseum.org (Credit: Estate of Diane Arbus, LLC )
See 'Rockaway!' (through Nov. 30)
Head out to Fort Tilden in the Rockaways to check out artist Katharina Grosse's spray-painted building on the beach. The temporary installation features a decaying building transformed by red and white paint. Gateway National Recreation Area at Fort Tilden, 718-784-2084, momaps1.org. (Credit: Pablo Enriquez)
Alexander Hamilton: Striver, Statesman, Scoundrel (through Dec. 31)
Can't get enough of Hamilton? Check out the New York Public Library's exhibition to learn more about the "ten-dollar founding father without a father." See Alexander Hamilton's draft of President George Washington's farewell address, Aug. 10, 1796, and more of the NYPL's holdings to catch a glimpse into Hamilton's history. New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, 476 Fifth Ave., nypl.org (Credit: Library of Congress)
Nan Goldin: The Ballad of Sexual Dependency (through Feb. 12)
American photographer Nan Goldin's iconic work, a slideshow of nearly 700 snapshots of herself and others set to music, is at MoMA. The show is accompanied by posters and fliers from earlier versions of the show. Pictured: "Nan and Brian in Bed, New York City," 1983. Museum of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd St., 212-708-9400, moma.org. (Credit: Nan Goldin)