Spring has almost sprung in the city, which means it's finally time to leave your apartment hibernation and start doing all the fun things New York has to offer.

From outdoor activities to spending a rainy spring day indoors, here are the season's must-dos.

Grab a drink outside

Nothing's quite like a beer paired with a

Nothing's quite like a beer paired with a nice breeze. Spring marks the start of beer gardens and rooftop bar season, and there are plenty of outdoor spots in the city to enjoy the sunshine and a cold one on your day off.

From Lower East Side's Loreley Beer Garden (7 Rivington St.) to Astoria's Bohemian Hall (2919 24th Ave.), there are plenty of city spots offering large outdoor spaces for the season. Looking for city views? These rooftop bars are open year-round, and are sure to be packed during the springtime months.

(Credit: Loreley Beer Garden)

Visit a New York Greenmarket

Though many of the Grow NYC Greenmarkets are
Though many of the Grow NYC Greenmarkets are open year-round -- like its Union Square and Ditmas Park locations -- fresh produce options increase during the springtime.

Plus, spending a day at a farmers market in the sunshine is much more enjoyable when the weather is mild. To find the closet city greenmarket near you, head to grownyc.org

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Explore city parks

Though known for its skyscrapers, New York's green

Though known for its skyscrapers, New York's green spaces are pretty spectacular.

From enjoying a picnic in Central Park to going through a stroll in Prospect Park to taking in the views on the High Line, you can't go wrong with any of the nature escapes the city has to offer.

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Head to an outdoor (or indoor) concert

Though you may not be able to get

Though you may not be able to get "Hamilton" tickets (still), there are plenty of concerts and festivals to enjoy in the spring.

Head to Governors Ball in June to see Lorde, Chance the Rapper, Phoenix and more, or any of these artists taking the stage in the city.

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Explore a new neighborhood

Take advantage of the spring weather to explore

Take advantage of the spring weather to explore a new (to you) neighborhood. Whether you're someone who rarely leaves the island of Manhattan, or you haven't gone south of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, there are plenty of spots in all five boroughs that hold eateries, bars and more just waiting to be enjoyed.

Take a trip to Brooklyn's Gowanus (pictured), Staten Island's St. George and more neighborhoods worth a springtime trip.

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Get back on that bike

It's finally time to break out that bike

It's finally time to break out that bike -- or try Citi Bike for the first time.

Take advantage of the plethora of bike paths to enjoy city views, or use a bike share to make your commute to work more green.

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Ferry over to Governors Island

After months of being closed for the cold,

After months of being closed for the cold, Governors Island will finally reopen to the public on May 1.

Get ready to board the ferry, take in the gorgeous views of the Manhattan skyline and enjoy all that Governors Island has to offer.

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Cheer on a local baseball team

It's baseball season! If you're not in it
It's baseball season! If you're not in it for the game, you're probably in it for the eats, so here's a roundup of what to eat at Citi Field and Yankee Stadium while you root for your home team. (Credit: New York Yankees )

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