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Winter Wonderland: George Balanchine's The Nutcracker®
It is so much a part of the holidays in New York,...
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Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes
This iconic song-and-dance extravaganza, featuring the legendary Rockettes, is one of the holiday season's must-see attractions.
Museums & Galleries
Annual Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Crèche
A New York City Christmas tradition at The Met, this tree is dotted with cherubs and angels and surrounded by a detailed Neapolitan Nativity scene composed of more than 200 18th-century figures.
NYC Holiday Tours
Secrets of the Brooklyn Bridge Walking Tour
Beyond the Brooklyn Bridge’s stately exterior lies an epic origin story. Now over 130 years old, the granite and limestone structure has dazzled both tourists and residents alike. On our newest tour, author, playwright and Untapped Cities’ tour guide Justin Rivers will not only unpack the history behind the Brooklyn Bridge, but also explore its many hidden secrets. Our unique walking tour, which kicks off on May 11th, will give you a whole new appreciation for one of New York’s most iconic landmarks.
New York New Year's Dinner Cruise
Ring in the New Year in style aboard New York's premier dining yacht. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner followed by dancing and of course, front-row seats to the world famous fireworks display at the Statue of Liberty.
NYC Brewery Tour
Join the craft beer crowd as we explore the great taprooms of New York City’s new breweries. This tour puts the average pub crawl to shame. With a focus on the unique brews of the Big Apple, you’ll try the freshest beers straight from the brewery, enjoy local New York pizza, and learn all about the craft beer industry in NYC and the USA. Because drinking beer is even more fun when it’s unique and educational!
Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Experience and Top of the Rock
Among quintessential holiday experiences is ice-skating at the world-famous Rockefeller Center. What could make it even more special? This VIP package allows you to revel in an iconic New York tradition with priority ice-skating entry for the 8:30am skate session, a heated indoor chalet and admission to Top of the Rock. The VIP chalet has all the bells and whistles including complimentary hot chocolates and freshly baked cookies. Once you’re done at the rink, head to the Top of the Rock for unparalleled views of the decorated city below you. Splurge on yourself and loved ones with this memorable holiday treat.
Viator VIP: NYC Evening Helicopter Flight and Statue of Liberty Cruise
Get unbeatable views of Manhattan from the sky and water on this exclusive VIP tour in New York City! Hop aboard a luxury helicopter and soar over the Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, Ellis Island and Central Park. From April to September, watch the setting sun cast a gentle glow on the skyscrapers during your flight. After your flight, enjoy more spectacular views of the city skyline on a New York Harbor cruise complete with a Champagne toast in front of the majestic Statue of Liberty.
Sex and the City Night Out
Strap on your high heels and prepare to escape drab reality as we take you to the bars, lounges and rooftops where the glamorous fantasy of Sex and the City was created. Minimum age is 21 yrs due to licensing regulations. ID required.
Statue of Liberty and New York City Skyline Sightseeing Cruise
Experience New York like you never have before and leave the noise of city street life behind. Sit back and enjoy the luxurious view of the island from the cozy solarium or the open decks of our gorgeous, 1920s-style yachts!
SoHo, Little Italy, Chinatown Walking Tour
Known today for popular restaurants, shops and tourism, the Manhattan neighborhoods of SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown boast some of New York City’s richest history. Take a 2-hour walking tour with an expert local guide to discover hidden gems, 19th-century architecture, historical churches, and several locations of the mob and gang violence that plagued these areas of Lower Manhattan for decades. Learn about the hardships that early immigrants faced and how the neighborhoods became what they are today.
Rockaway Beach Water Park Splash
Cool down this summer with an experience unlike anything you've probably ever done, with 2-hours on a floating water park. Hop aboard this water park and jump, swing, dive and swim. The Tarzan Boat is a unique boat design featuring a 6ft platform called the Monkey Jump, a 14ft Gorilla Jump high dive, a 12ft Tarzan Swing, plus a trampoline known as the Monkey Bounce. Daredevils can also tryout the boat's 12ft high trampoline, and jungle-themed curvy water slide.
Sex and the City Hotspots Tour
Follow in the fancy footsteps of Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda on a 'Sex and the City' tour! You'll conquer New York City and drink where the girls drink, shop where they shop, and gossip where they gossip.
9/11 Memorial Tour w/ Opt. One World Entrance
Take a 1.5-hour walking tour of Ground Zero and the National September 11 Memorial, and gain insight into the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center. A local guide shares firsthand stories of the event and its aftermath while you visit 9/11-related sites such as St Paul’s Chapel, the Fireman’s Memorial and the reflecting pools, an homage to the thousands of lives lost. You may also upgrade your tour to include a pre-reserved ticket to the One World Observatory.
Hudson River - Sightseeing Running Tour
Back in the 19th century, Manhattan’s western shoreline was congested with endless rows of piers for cargo ships, passenger ships, ferries and many other vessels crucial to trade and the economy. You could barely see the river and there was very little open space. As time went on other forms of transportation were favored which led to closure of the piers. Many were left abandon and in disrepair. Then in 1998 NYC approved ground breaking for a park. Most of the old piers were removed and replaced with new, landscaped piers which changed the shoreline into an oasis for a still very hectic city. In 2003 the first section of Hudson River Park was opened and now it stretches for 4.5 miles from Battery Park up to 59th Street. With a total of 550 acres, it is the second biggest park in Manhattan.