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Things to do in New York City

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Elton John

"With the Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, Sir Elton is saying a final goodbye to the touring life."

November 8 & 9, 8 PM  - Madison Square Garden

Hamilton

"Lin-Manuel Miranda’s inventive Tony-winning musical and winner of 11 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards."

November 9, 8 PM - Richard Rodgers Theater

Dear Evan Hansen

“A gut-punching, breathtaking knockout of a musical." — Jesse Green, The New York Times

November 8, 7 PM & November 9, 8 PM - Music Box Theater

Bryant Park Winter Village 

"​Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park is Midtown Manhattan’s winter wonderland."

Every day until 10 PM

Central Park

Central Park

Escape the concrete jungle
in the lush foliage that
shades the 843-acre park’s
many pathways. The park
also includes ponds, lakes,
and a wildlife sanctuary.

centralpark.com

Empire State Building

Empire State Building

Manhattan’s Empire State
Building boasts an
impressive open-air
observation deck, where
visitors can view Central
Park, the Brooklyn Bridge,
and other quintessential
New York sights.

esbnyc.com

The High Line

The High Line

An elevated freight line once
planned for demolition, the
now-lush High Line park
runs through the Manhattan
West Side and is ideal for a
stroll, as the entrance is
right outside the Javits
Center.

thehighline.org/visit

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center is home
to Radio City Music Hall
and NBC Studios—where
visitors go to see live
tapings of the Today
Show—as well as shops,
restaurants, and the famous
outdoor ice skating rink.

rockefellercenter.com

National September 11 Memorial & Museum

National September 11 Memorial & Museum

The National September 11
Memorial stands on the
former site of the World
Trade Center. Those who
were lost on 9/11 are
commemorated in the
archives and narratives on
display in the Memorial
Museum, and their names
can be found on the bronze
panels that surround the
memorial’s reflecting pools.

911memorial.org

Theater

Theater

New York City boasts
extensive Broadway and
off-Broadway offerings.
Comedy and improv
shows can also make for a
memorable evening: the
often–star-studded Upright
Citizens Brigade Theatre
delivers a hysterical—(and
affordable—experience).

broadway.com
ucbtheatre.com
magnettheater.com

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty
stands 305 feet tall and is
one of the most iconic
sights in New York City.
Advanced reservations
are recommended,
especially for tours
through the crown.

nps.gov/stli

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