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  • A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour

    Category: Attractions

    Only in Brooklyn would you start and end a sightseeing tour with pizza. It couldn’t be more appropriate: from the Neapolitan-style thin crust at Grimaldi’s to the vastly different Sicilian-style pies at L&B Spumoni Gardens, Manhattan’s kid-brother borough is as diverse as its pizza offerings. This 4.5-hours bus tour departs read more

  • Apollo Theater

    Category: Attractions

    Apollo Theater 253 W. 125th St. (Frederick Douglass Blvd.) Before American Idol and Star Search, there was Amateur Night at the Apollo, a raucous talent contest that began in 1934 and counted 15-year old Ella Fitzgerald among its first winners. Since then, amateurs and professionals alike have flocked to this read more

  • Brooklyn Bridge

    Category: Attractions

    The views from the architectural marvel spanning the East River are every inch as good as you’ve imagined. The southernmost of Manhattan’s three bridges to Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Bridge offers river-width panoramas of the other two, plus stunning stone arches that seem designed to frame the skyscrapers of lower Manhattan read more

  • Carnegie Hall

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    An old musicians’ joke goes, “How do you get to Carnegie Hall?” “Practice, practice, practice!” …or just take the F train to 59th Street. Either way, you’ll ultimately arrive at Andrew Carnegie’s vision: a grand music hall for New Yorkers, where world- class talent has performed for the citizens of read more

  • Central Park

    Category: Attractions

    From a sunset stroll through the otherworldly quiet of The Ramble to the city’s grandest outdoor music festivals, no place in New York offers more diverse al fresco entertainment than Central Park. Come summertime, nature-starved urbanites pack the grassy Sheep’s Meadow with picnic blankets; when it snows, kids and kids-at-heart read more

  • City Sightseeing Bus Tour

    Category: Attractions

    City Sightseeing’s hop-on, hop-off double decker bus tours conveniently ferry you along connected loops that offer prime views of all of New York’s most famous landmarks and attractions. Robust add-ons, from guided tours in a choice of languages to tickets to top attractions, such as Ellis Island or the Empire read more

  • Dave & Buster’s

    Category: Attractions

    When the streets of New York are rainy, chilly, or simply too crowded, Dave & Busters is a perfect escape. This rambunctious, adult-oriented funhouse is the arcade your 13-year-old self always imagined: every conceivable game, from skeeball and billiards to Temple Run and Dizzy Chicken, plus a craving-friendly menu of read more

  • Discovery Times Square

    Category: Attractions

    With a rotating line-up of museum-style exhibitions that range from artifacts from the lost city of Pompeii to in-depth analysis of the science behind Marvel’s The Avengers, Discovery Times Square (DTS) is a haven for visitors looking to learn and play.  The on-site cupcake shop and café, plus complimentary bag check for all guests, make read more

  • Ellis Island New York Harbor

    Category: Attractions

    Current estimates suggest that half of all Americans can trace their roots back to the ornate vaulted halls on this tiny 27-acre island off the tip of Manhattan, an immigration center turned National Park and monument to the American immigrant experience. Located immediately beside the Statue of Liberty, the island read more