Recognised across the world as a symbol for freedom and democracy, a visit to the Statue of Liberty should be at the top of your itinerary. It was given to the USA by France as a token of friendship, and today it’s an iconic American symbol. You can visit lady Liberty's crown for sweeping views over the Hudson.
Between the Upper West Side and Upper East Side, you’ll find Central Park. Central Park plays a key role in New York City life. You can take a horse-drawn carriage ride around the park for a classic experience or rent a boat to get out on the water. For family-fun, head to Central Park Zoo to meet the animals.
Not far from Times Square, lies the Theatre District. It’s here that you can see world-renowned Broadway shows. While new Broadway productions are constantly emerging, there are a few long-running shows. You can take your pick from musicals like Mamma Mia, Les Miserables, Cats, The Lion King, and Chicago. We recommend booking ahead as popular shows sell out fast.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art or MET is the largest art museum in the United States and boasts an impressive permanent collection of over two million works. The collection includes artwork from nearly every European master as well as pieces from across the globe. You can see examples of American, African, Islamic, Byzantine, and Oceanic masterpieces.
Experience a global phenomenon as the Blue Man Group perform a euphoric celebration of human connection through art, music, comedy and non-verbal communication. With resident shows in Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas and Orlando as well the original show in New York, they have wowed over 35 million people worldwide with a family friendly show, appealing to all age ranges while the show is kept fresh with new music, stories and custom instruments.