Horizons NYC

Announcements about our tenth conference on October 7th-9th, 2016 coming shortly.

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Horizons: Perspectives on Psychedelics is an annual forum that examines the role of psychedelic drugs in science, healing, culture and spirituality.

In recent years, a growing community of scientists, doctors, artists, activists, seekers and scholars have orchestrated a renaissance in psychedelic thought and practice.

Horizons brings together the brightest minds and the boldest voices of this movement to share their research, insights, and dreams for the future.

Details about our tenth conference on October 7th-9th, 2016 will be announced shortly.

Horizons Media, Inc. is a 501c(3) not-for-profit educational charity led by Kevin Balktick, Neal M. Goldsmith, Ph.D., Ingmar Gorman, M.A., and James Vasile, Esq.

This year’s Horizons conference is produced in partnership with The New School For Social Research Concentration in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling program.

Venues & Accomodations

Venues

All of Horizons venues are a short walk from Union Square in the heart of downtown Manhattan.

2016 venues will be announced shortly.


Lodging & Parking

Horizons does not have any official hotel or lodging partners.

We recommend using hotel search engines to find options that match your price point.

Any hotel in downtown or midtown Manhattan will be very convenient. Downtown Brooklyn is also a very short subway ride. Long Island City, Queens also has many hotels with good subway access.

Airbnb is also very well-regarded in New York City.

Use Google Maps to estimate transit time between locations in New York City. Please keep this in mind if you are booking accommodations in the outer boroughs or far uptown.

SpotHero is helpful for finding parking garages, although driving is typically not a recommended way to arrive in downtown Manhattan.

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Credits: Photography by Carl Saytor & Larisa Fuchs. Graphic design by Seze Devres, Justin Aubuchon, Ray Cross and Theresa Mershon.