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  • Icons by Oscar, The Works of Photographer Oscar Abolafia

    Elvis. Cher. Grace. Elizabeth. Marlene. Sophia. Mick. Salvador. Not many are so iconic that a first name is enough to tell us who they are. They were captured by a photographer who goes by the name of Oscar Abolafia.

  • American Museum of Natural History

    The premier museum of its kind in the US, AMNH is home to extensive permanent and temporary exhibits that cover numerous scientific disciplines. American Museum of Natural History.

  • Asia Society and Museum New York

    Asian cultural center offering events, talks, performances & an art museum with diverse exhibitions. Museum: Tuesday-Sunday, 11:00 am-6:00 pm. Friday 11 am-9 pm (September through June). Closed Mondays and major holidays.

  • The Bronx Museum of the Arts

    Focus on contemporary art by New Yorkers of Latin, Asian & African-American descent. The Museum will be CLOSED to the public on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

  • The Bronx Zoo

    This is the world’s largest metropolitan zoo, and houses over 6,000 animals of 650 species from around the world in its 265 acres. Open seven days a week between April and November.

  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    Situated alongside Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum of Art (neither of which should be missed), these gardens are a beautiful, bucolic destination for any New York City traveler. Closed Mondays.

  • Brooklyn Museum

    Second to the MET in size, The Brooklyn Museum has a collection of over 1.5 million works. Look for interesting and well-curated temporary exhibitions. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

  • Central Park

    The crowning jewel of Manhattan, Central Park’s 843 acres offer visitors and New Yorkers more diversion than most any other New York City destination. Carefully and beautifully designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux and opening in 1857, Central Park is a miracle in city planning.

  • Cloisters, The

    The Cloisters is abbey, renowned medieval art collection, and respite from a busy metropolitan city, all in one. A short subway ride to the northern tip of Manhattan, The Cloisters sits in the vast and peaceful Fort Tyron Park.

  • Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

    Cooper Hewitt’s exhibitions feature a rich mix of historic and contemporary design objects from permanent collection, special exhibitions, and dynamic interactive experiences.

  • Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration

    As part of the National Park Service, the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration tells the story of how New York’s Ellis Island was the gateway for millions of immigrants arriving to America from 1890-1954.

  • #MakeItMagnifique: Tea and Cheese at the French Cheese Board in SoHo

    Sometimes joy comes sliced between poached pears and baguette. So it is at the French Cheese Board, a tender slice of SoHo at 41 Spring Street. Polyglot gourmand Charles Duque created this permanent pop-up to communicate the creamy wonder of French dairy to the world.

  • David H. Kochtheater

    The David H. Koch Theater, designed specifically to showcase dance performance, is home to the New York City Ballet. As one of the signature venues of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, this recently renovated theater has hosted countless other historic performances, including presentations by the Royal Ballet, the Peking Opera, and the Bolshoi Ballet.

  • Stern Auditorium / Perelman

    The inestimable Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage has seen innumerable historical concerts and events: the very first opening night in 1891, Horowitz’s sold-out 1965 recital, and Groucho Marx’s 1972 appearance at the twilight of his career are but a few. With five curvilinear levels that seat 2,804, Stern/Perelman has acoustics that have dazzled audiences and performers for over a century.

  • Weill Recital Hall

    With 268 seats, the elegant, intimate Weill Recital Hall is home each season to hundreds of recitals, chamber music concerts, panel discussions, and master classes.

  • Zankel Hall

    Carnegie Hall’s newest venue, the 599-seat Zankel Hall, opened in 2003 and has become one of the hottest places in New York City to see chamber music, recitals, and the latest contemporary sounds from classical, pop, jazz, and world music artists.

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  • Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden

    The internationally acclaimed, six time Grammy-winning New Yorker has a decades-long history with the Garden. At Madison Square Garden through Dec 20 at various times.

Theater

  • Carousel at Imperial Theatre

    Rodgers and Hammerstein’s timeless musical Carousel returns to Broadway for the first time in more than two decades, in a new production starring Tony Award nominee Joshua Henry (Hamilton, Shuffle Along), Tony winner Jessie Mueller (Beautiful, Waitress), and operatic superstar Renée Fleming in her first-ever appearance in a Broadway musical. Imperial Theatre on April 12. Watch video here.

  • Escape To Margaritaville at Marquis Theater

    The musical comedy featuring both original songs and your most-loved Jimmy Buffett classics, including “Come Monday,” “Volcano,” “Cheeseburger in Paradise” and many more. Marquis Theater Open run at various times. Watch video here.

  • Frozen at St. James Theatre

    Based on the Disney 2013 animated feature mega-hit, Frozen blows into town after an out-of-town tryout in Denver last year. St. James Theatre at various times. Watch video here.

  • Mean Girls at August Wilson Theatre

    Based on the hit film, Mean Girls comes to Broadway as a new musical with book by nine-time Emmy Award winner Tina Fey (based on her screenplay for the film), music by three-time Emmy Award winner Jeff Richmond, and lyrics by Tony Award nominee Nell Benjamin (Legally Blonde). August Wilson Theatre on March 12 – Open Run at various times. Watch video here.

  • My Fair Lady at Vivan Beaumont Theater

    Lerner and Loewe’s musicalization of George Bernard Shaw’s classic play Pygmalion returns to Broadway in a lavish new production of My Fair Lady from Lincoln Center Theater. Vivan Beaumont Theater on March 15 – Open Run. Watch video here.

  • A Bronx Tale the Musical at Longacre Theatre

    A Bronx Tale is based on the one-man show that inspired the now classic film, this streetwise musical will take you to the stoops of the Bronx in the 1960s. Longacre Theatre open run at various times. Watch video here.

  • Aladdin at New Amsterdam Theater

    Disney’s most recent Broadway contribution (and based on the 1992 movie) follows the life of a poor kid who falls in love with a princess, after discovering the secrets of a magic lamp. New Amsterdam Theater open run at various times

  • Beautiful – The Carole King Musical at Stephen Sondheim Theatre

    Before her solo career, Carole King wrote an astounding number of hits for artists ranging from The Monkees to Aretha Franklin. Stephen Sondheim Theatre open run at various times. Watch video here.

  • Chicago at Ambassador Theatre

    This revival (and first successful) Broadway production of the 1975 Kander and Ebb musical is stunning. Ambassador Theatre open run at various times. Watch video here.

  • Come From Away at Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

    Following the 9/11 attacks, 38 planes and 6,579 passengers were forced to land in Gander, Newfoundland, doubling the population of one small town on the edge of the world. Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre February 18 – open run at various times. Watch video here.

  • Dear Evan Hansen at The Music Box Theatre

    After its successful sold-out Off-Broadway run, Dear Evan Hansen returns—this time to Broadway. The Music Box Theatre open run at various times. Watch video here.

  • Hamilton at Richard Rogers Theatre

    From bastard orphan to Washington’s right hand man, rebel to war hero, loving husband caught in the country’s first sex scandal to Treasury head who made an untrusting world believe in the American economy, HAMILTON is an exploration of a political mastermind. Richard Rogers Theatre open run at various times.

  • Hello Dolly! with Bernadette Peters at Schubert Theatre

    A meddlesome matchmaker brings together the young clerk of a wealthy Yonkers merchant and his assistant with a widowed milliner and her assistant. Schubert Theatre March 17 – open run at various times. Watch video here.

  • Kinky Boots at Al Hirschfeld Theatre

    Last year’s feel-good musical features a joyous, Tony-winning score by Cyndi Lauper, and a hilariously heartwarming book by four-time Tony winner Harvey Fierstein. Al Hirschfeld Theatre March 3 – open run at various times. Watch video here.

  • The Marvelous Wonderettes at Kirk Theatre – Theater Row

    Take a musical trip down memory lane to the 1958 Springfield High School prom where we meet The Wonderettes, four girls with hopes and dreams as big as their crinoline skirts! Kirk Theatre – Theater Row through January 7 at various times.

  • The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at St. Luke’s Theatre

    In this inventive and highly theatrical adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ classic, two actors give a tour-de-force performance that’s sure to delight children and adults alike.

  • Sweeney Todd — in a pie shop at the Barrow Street Theatre

    This production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street features the stars of the original London version of this production, Jeremy Secomb (as Sweeney Todd), Siobhán McCarthy (as Mrs. Lovett), Duncan Smith (as Judge Turpin) and Joseph Taylor (as Tobias), will reprise their performances for New York audiences. Barrow Street Theatre open run at vaious time.

  • Sistas at St. Luke’s Theatre

    Three–time Tony winner Hinton Battle and JenKay present SISTAS, a musical journey of a multi generational African-American family. The production follows five women as they prepare to bury the matriarch of their family. St. Luke’s Theatre open run at various times. Watch video here.

  • Sex Tips For Straight Women From a Gay Man at 777 Theatre

    This romantic comedy takes the audience on a hilarious and wild ride where no topic is taboo and the insider ‘tips’ come straight from the source: a gay man. 777 Theatre open run at various times. Watch video here.

  • The Lion King at Minkskoff Theatre

    Disney’s enchanting musical has been thrilling families and audiences for each of its seventeen years on Broadway. At Minkskoff Theatre through December at various times.

  • The Phantom of the Opera at Majestic Theatre

    This 1988 Tony-winning musical is the longest running production on Broadway, and for good reason. At Majestic Theatre open run at various times.

  • The Play That Goes Wrong at Lyceum Theatre

    Co-written by Mischief Theatre company members Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, The Play That Goes Wrong is a riotous comedy about the theatre. At Lyceum Theatre open run at various times.

  • Waitress at Brooks Atkinson Theatre

    Fresh from a sold-out run at Boston’s American Repertory Theater, Waitress makes a highly anticipated Broadway premiere. At Brooks Atkinson Theatre open run at various times.

  • Wicked at Gershwin Theatre

    Wicked, a Wizard of Oz prequel, explains the complicated development of the two women who would become Glinda the Good Witch and Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West. At Gershwin Theatre open run at various times.

  • The Accidental Pervert at 13th Street Repertory Company

    Pervert is Andrew Goffman’s one-man, autobiographical comedy about his youthful discovery of pornography and subsequent journey through addiction to connection. At 13th Street Repertory Company open run at various times.

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