Bordered by Central Park and Riverside Park and lined with residential buildings that look ever-so-familiar from movies and TV (like Annie Hall, Seinfeld and 30 Rock), the Upper West Side is made for a stroll through pop-culture history—and history in general. Lincoln Center performances and the American Museum of Natural History are just a few of its draws. Another: Platonic-ideal versions of NYC brunch and appetizing delicacies.
This cozy residential neighborhood has been made famous over the years on the big and small screen—and, even through changes, it
Historic architecture, small local shops and a wealth of cultural institutions—not to mention proximity to two of the City's major parks—make the cozy Upper West Side a must-visit destination. Learn about the area's charms from the residents who know it best in our short documentary.
Founded in 1994 by two friends on a quest to create the world’s greatest chocolate chip cookie, the cozy Levain is packed wall to wall with inspired baked goods, including brioches, sticky buns, crusty loaves of semolina bread and, yes, chocolate chip cookies—which have now evolved to include flavors like dark chocolate peanut butter and walnut chocolate chip.
Capture the holiday spirit at festive locales and settings from your favorite flicks during a holiday lights and movie sites tour of New York City. On this guided driving tour, you’ll pass by iconic sites such as the holiday store displays of Macy’s and Fifth Avenue, stop for a photo in front of the towering Lincoln Center tree and relive your favorite cinematic scenes with on-screen clips as you pass by real film sites from iconic movies.
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.
This June, celebrate NYC Pride with parades, festivals, parties and more.
This exhibition traces the colorful 300-year-plus history of tattooing in New York City.
See the American Museum of Natural History without the crowds, before it opens to the public. Our museum trained guides will take you on a fascinating tour of the Museum’s treasures. When the Museum opens to the public after your tour, you’ll have timed tickets to the spectacular Hayden Planetarium Space Show.
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The New York Film Festival’s 54th edition brings together dozens of films from around the world to screen at Lincoln Center.
In addition to a performance space, the Atrium serves as a public visitors’ center, discount ticket facility (at the Zucker Box Office) and the starting point for Lincoln Center Guided Tours.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center celebrates American and international cinema through the New York Film Festival, New Directors/New Films, daily screenings at the Walter Reade Theater, special events and filmmaker appearances.
Part of Lincoln Center's vast network of state-of-the-art performing arts venues, the Peter Jay Sharp Theater plays host to a broad variety of musical and theatrical events from the Juilliard community, from repertory dance programs and student jazz quartet productions to intimate performances by Juilliard professors, like acclaimed flutist Carol Wincenc.
With innovative events such as a string quartet’s take on legendary jazzman John Coltrane’s acclaimed “A Love Supreme,” the Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Center is a well-deserved winner of the ASCAP/Chamber Music America prize for adventurous programming.