Non-stop action each day allows your group to experience New York in a variety of ways. Starting with a tour of the NBC studio and Rockefeller Center and culminating with unique cultural experience in Chinatown and Greenwich Village, this 4-day tour has so much to offer.
Midtown New York City Tour
Take that red open air double decker bus through the crowded streets or head out on foot with a tour guide through Times Square, Grand Central Terminal, The Chrysler Building, Saks Fifth Avenue and all the rest of the hottest gems in town!
Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum
In case you haven’t bumped into anyone famous yet, fool your friends back home with the photos you take at Madame Tussaud’s where you will unveil all the celebs from Robert Pattinson to Ronald Reagan!
Lower Manhattan Tour
During your exploration of the Financial District you will visit the 16th century Trinity Church all the way to up to the minute Wall Street and back.
Broadway offers top of the line productions by only the best performers that have worked a lifetime for the chance to see their name in lights!
Explore entertainment history of shows like the “Tonight Show” from the prop room to the blue screen on a 70 minute walking tour inside the legendary NBC network.
Rockefeller Center Tour
A tour of Rockefeller Center takes your group behind the scenes at NBC Studio, and on top of the world at the Observation Deck 70 floors above the city streets. The Center is also home to an ice rink you may have seen in the movies, the annual iconic city Christmas tree, shopping, dining and more!
Top of the Rock Rockefeller Center
This vantage point is a top attraction on the 70th floor where millions flock for the most exhilarating views of NYC and beyond.
Macy’s Herald Square
America’s largest department store doesn’t require a tour guide to see, but it definitely helps to ensure you don’t miss a beat!
Times Square after Dark
A Photo Safari of Times Square after sunset lends advice about how to take the best pictures of the city that never sleeps!
The Today Show (your group on TV)
Get behind the glass and on TV during the next taping of The Today Show on Rockefeller Center!
Explore every inch of Central Park from the West Side to the castle on Vista Rock.
American Museum of Natural History
Aside from boasting being the celebrated real life set for the Night at the Museum movies, this establishment is home to an impressive array of exhibits from the Hall of Meteorites to gigantic fossilized dinosaurs!
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
No trip to NYC is complete without paying a visit to the iconic Lady Liberty’s crown. As for Ellis Island, this landmark served as a gateway that signified new beginnings for millions of immigrants seeking to become brand new Americans in the land of opportunity.
Ground Zero/Freedom Towers
Construction of the Freedom Tower commemorates the 9/11 devastation that destroyed the World Trade Center. This new tower will stand in its place and remind Americans of our hard earned freedom and resolve.
Chinatown & Little Italy
A divine adventure for those seeking authentic Chinese or Italian cuisine and culture.