What's on in New York City

08/13/2022 – 09/13/2022

places.widget recommends

Become a Comedy Pass member and you'll receive unlimited admission to the hottest comedy clubs, invitations to exclusive events, and more.

Date:
From $175.00
Date:
From $59.00

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.

Date:
From $23.50

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

Date:

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.

Date:

2-hour lunch cruise in New York featuring a buffet lunch with a wide selection of foods to choose from. See the Manhattan skyline and famous sights, including the Statue of Liberty and One World Trade Center.

Date:
From $87.99

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

Date:

Alive After Five is New York City’s premier way to see the city as you sip on a cocktail. An onboard DJ provides the soundtrack and New York provides the sights!

Date:
From $49.99

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

Date:
From $199.00

A Hornblower sightseeing cruise is the best way to view the Statue of Liberty and NYC’s most iconic sights including the Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade Center, the awe-inspiring Manhattan skyline, and more — all in one hour!

Date:
From $25.99
Date:
From $63.00

New York's Fifth Avenue is a world famous street, and the mansions that sit along it are some of the most storied in all of America.

Date:
From $45.00
Date:
From $125.00
Date:
Date:
Top