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This guided tour is an up close look at the life of Broadway, New York City’s famed Theater District.

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From $67.00
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Statue Cruises is the only way to visit The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. All other cruises come close enough, but do not make a stop on Liberty and Ellis Islands.

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From $23.50

Learn about the best ways to see the Statue of Liberty.

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One World Observatory is an observation platform located at One World Trade Center.

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Live for the weekend aboard New York’s only brunch party on a yacht! Sip on bubbly or get creative at the bloody mary bar as the beats keep you dancing the day away.

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From $55.00

With nearly two million works of art spanning more than 5,000 years, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the world’s largest and finest museums.

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Deeply researched and imaginatively told, Alexander Hamilton: The Tour chronicles the life of Alexander Hamilton and his links to locations across New York City.

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From $55.00

MoMA has opened its expanded campus with a reimagined presentation of modern and contemporary art.

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One of the most popular passes, this New York pass lets you visit more than a hundred attractions in 3 days.

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From $199.00

Grand Central Terminal is a historic New York City landmark that's been welcoming travelers for over a century.

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The Bowery Boys take you on a walking tour of the birth and evolution of newspapers in New York City.

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From $50.00

Winner of 7 Tony Awards including Best Musical, Phantom is now the longest-running show in Broadway history.

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From $173.00
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From $69.50

Things to do, events and activities in New York City.

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