Groups will have the opportunity to see several Broadway Plays, attend a Broadway Workshop, and go to many major New York landmarks. Travelers will be entertained and educated with this trip.
5th Avenue Walking Tour
This five-mile stretch of road beginning at Washington Square and ending at Harlem River features designer shops and historic buildings. A wonderful opportunity for your group to experience the city.
Times Square After Dark
You’ve been here in the daylight, but there’s nothing like the vibrancy of Times Square after dark. It’s huge digital billboards and brilliant neon lights are just the beginning of the amazing sights, sounds, and activity on this world-famous intersection at night.
Top of the Rock Rockefeller Center
A 360-degree observation deck sits on top of 30 Rockefeller Center and features a high-speed shuttle to the top and multi media exhibits. Rockefeller Center is home of NBC Studios, Radio City Music Hall, parks, gardens, shopping, and more. An absolute must see for all groups.
Select the Broadway play of your choice, then sit back and enjoy the show!
Macy’s Herald Square
Macy’s Herald Square is ten floors and more than half a million products in the most famous shopping icon in all of New York City.
Lincoln Center Tour
This architectural and cultural icon sits on 16 beautiful acres and is home to 12 performing arts organizations. Opened in 1959, the Lincoln Center has over five million visitors per year.
This amazing project gives young performers the chance to explore their creativity through the many incredible aspects of Broadway. Your class can focus on song, dance, drama – even the technical or business side of Broadway, depending on your interests. And it’s led by a Broadway professional working right in the midst of the magic.
NBC Studio & Rockefeller Center Tour
Tour the NBC studios to learn even more about the process. Walking these halls guarantees you a glimpse into the production for even more NBC shows as well as history and memorabilia from the popular network’s past and present successes.
You’re not done with Rockefeller Center yet! A Center historian will now guide you through its other buildings, its gardens and everything that makes this “city within a city” such a popular New York City attraction.
You don’t want to miss New York City’s 843-acre back yard known as Central Park. It has beautiful walkways, lakes, and open spaces over which the Manhattan skyscrapers tower.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
“The Met”, as it’s commonly called, is one of New York’s Largest and most impressive museums. Your group tour can wander through the exhibits and explore new cultures and ways of life through the millions of works of art featured at the museum.
Select the show of your choice for another exciting night on Broadway!
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
This is one of the most recognized statues in the world. It represents freedom and democracy around the globe and, with the historical landmark Ellis Island, is one of the most popular attractions for first-time visitors to the City.
Lower Manhattan Tour
Visit the “Financial Capital of the World” as you tour Lower Manhattan. You will see Wall Street, Trinity Church, Ground Zero, Chinatown, SOHO, and many other attractions.
It’s time for another performance of your choice and one more thrilling night of Broadway.
Established in 1692, The Trinity Church is a longstanding symbol of the community. With it’s Neo-Gothic Architecture and beautiful stained glass windows, the Trinity Church is an awe-inspiring building and a must-see for all groups.
Ground Zero/Freedom Towers
Visit the site of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. This 16 acre lot, now rubble, is a place where many come to remember the many lives that were lost on that day. Freedom Tower is a new beginning for many of the victims’ families and a symbol of determination for all of America.
Tribute WTC Visitors Center
This center, opened in 1996, is a tribute to the people and events that took place on February 26th, 1993 and September 11th, 2001. When the World Trade Center was attacked. Listen to the stories and experience first hand the events that changed our country forever.