Discover NYC's best in all four seasons: entertainment, art, music, dance, sports, shopping, dining, special events, sightseeing . . . so much-and more-24/7.
See engaging live theater on and off Broadway. Attend free TV-show tapings with celebrity guests. Tour fabled concert halls and arenas. Explore another new museum. Hear rock bands, opera and jazz. See premieres and classics in dance. Witness another championship season among several NYC teams and enjoy one of the best meals of your life-all in New York City. And not just in one borough but in all five boroughs that comprise this remarkable city of cities. For example, Lonely Planet chose Queens as the top destination in America for 2015, proving that there's so much to experience citywide.
In addition to NYC's mega museums, there are scores of other notables to explore. Standouts include the renovated Cooper Hewitt and the new Whitney Museum location in Manhattan's Meatpacking District, Staten Island Museum's new home at Snug Harbor Cultural Center on Staten Island, The Noguchi and Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens, the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Historical Society and The Bronx Museum of the Arts.
New Yorkers and visitors alike take to the streets to enjoy seasonal events such as the Village Halloween Parade, the TCS New York City Marathon, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Rockefeller Center tree lighting. There are also local street fairs for feasting, dancing, literature and more.
There's very little you can't experience or buy in New York City. Come visit with a spare, empty suitcase so you have room to pick up and pack everything on your shopping list.
In all seasons, New York City offers you a celebration of diversity, energy, cultures, activities, creativity and interests.
For tour ideas, seasonal deals and the latest NYC info, visit nycgo.com.
While you're in the area, plan to visit Long Island, the Hudson Valley or The Catskills, all within a short drive or train trip from New York City, offering great views and diverse experiences!