Although New York can no longer lay claim to having the tallest buildings in the world they still provide superb vantage points for viewing the Manhattan skyline.
This bustling city is alive night and day and sustains a multi-cultural society that speaks over 800 languages. Broadway beckons for those wanting a showcase piece from their visit and well-tended parks provide the ideal spot to watch this place go about its business. It’s history is less than 400 years old but still has a tale to tell.
Bite the Big Apple….
What can we say? New York has it all. Be a part of this exciting city and create an itinerary to remember by visiting some of the following:
- Empire State Building *
- Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island *
- Grand Central Station
- Chrysler Building
- Rockefeller Centre
- Staten Island Ferry
- United Nations
- Times Square
- Central Park
- Circle Line Cruise *
- Ripleys ‘Believe it or Not’
- Guggenheim Museum*
- Frick Collection
- MOMA (Museum of Modern Art) *
- National September 11 Memorial & Museum
- American Museum of Natural History *
- Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum
- These attactions are all covered
- Metropolitan Museum *
- Century 21 Department Store
- 5th Avenue
- FAO Schwartz
- Woodsbury Common
- Jersey Gardens
- Broadway show
- Top of the Rock
- Empire State Building by night
New York is a real treat for drama groups as there is the opportunity to become involved in a selection of Broadway related workshops from the audition process, singing and choreography, stage combat, stage make-up and costume design. We can also organise backstage tours!
* These attactions are all covered by the New York City Pass