The City’s thousands of eateries feature cuisines from every corner of the globe, plus NYC standbys like pizza and bagels.
Eat at the Met, Lincoln Center and more during Restaurant Week.
Become a oenophile at New York City’s top spots for wine drinkers.
See bold new musicals, long-running classics and fascinating dramas in the world’s most famous theater district.
Broadway is booming with 15 shows scheduled to open including new American dramas and musicals like Frozen.
Discover grand skyscrapers, lush parks and historic landmarks with our complete guide to NYC’s best attractions.
Spend time with the family without spending a fortune thanks to these budget-friendly outings.
Whether you’re planning to visit next week or next year, we’ll help you find fun things to do in NYC.
Don't let a little bad weather ruin your day. Explore New York City while staying cozy and dry.
Celebrate African-American culture and achievement all month long.
Get the royal treatment at these luxury spas in NYC.
There’s nothing more inspiring than looking out at the NYC skyline from your hotel room.
Immerse yourself in art, science, history and pop culture at NYC’s spectacular institutions.
Use our NYC galleries guide to see works by established and up-and-coming artists—for free.
If you can't see it all at The Met, try zeroing in on these 15 masterpieces—a stylistic cross-section of the museum’s must-see paintings, sculptures and photographs.
These New York City museums are always free or free on specific days of the week. Find one near you.
Luxury apparel, gourmet goods, rare books, underground music, the latest tech—whatever your retail pleasure, you’ll find it in NYC.
From Chanel to Prada, Yves Saint Laurent to Alexander McQueen, New York City offers the ultimate in high-end shopping adventures.