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Shake Shack

Shake Shack

Another New York staple, these burgers and shakes done simply and perfectly have made what started as a Madison Park food cart into a well-loved, permanent dining institution. Great for kids and adults, it’s the perfect treat after a... Read More

Syfy's Movies With a View

Syfy's Movies With a View

This free summer event features a new series of films every year, projected on a large screen beneath the backdrop of the Brooklyn Bridge. Microwave some popcorn, pack your favourite blanket and arrive early for a good spot on the... Read More

Solomon Guggenheim Museum

Solomon Guggenheim Museum

The interior is stunning, with murals as well as the largest theatre organ – it has 4,410 pipes. It hosts many performers and shows. If you are able to be there during the winter holidays, get tickets to their Radio City Christmas... Read More

New York TV and Movie Tours

New York TV and Movie Tours

New York is the stage for hundreds of blockbusters, indie films and TV shows. For the entertainment buffs and aspirational New Yorkers, this is a great way to see iconic parts of the city. The New York TV and Movie Tour reveals many of... Read More

New York Gallery Tours

New York Gallery Tours

NYC is home to over 600 unique art galleries – the neighbourhood of Chelsea alone has 150 within five square blocks. New York Gallery Tours shows the best of the best on their walks through Chelsea, as well as the Lower East Side and... Read More

New York Sports

New York Sports

With two teams for nearly every major US sport, the options are plenty at any time of year in New York. The cheapest bet is baseball, with both Mets and Yankees tickets starting at around $30. See the Knicks shoot hoops at Madison... Read More

Museum of Modern Art

Museum of Modern Art

Monet, Cézanne, Picasso... just take a look around and you’ll understand why people call this place one of the world’s greatest modern art museums. Visit their current “Rain Room” exhibit, where falling rain pauses where a... Read More

Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art

Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art

It’s the third-largest art museum in the world and it would take several days to do all its exhibits justice. If you don’t have that sort of time to spare, then zero in on the ever-popular Ancient Egypt galleries, complete with... Read More

Hush Hip Hop Tours

Hush Hip Hop Tours

See hip-hop’s hallowed ground and hear about its birth from the pioneering DJs and MCs who created the genre, like Grandmaster Caz and JDL of the Cold Crush Brothers, Kurtis Blow and Reggie Reg. Choose a tour to match your musical... Read More

Frick Collection

Frick Collection

W ith work by Titian, El Greco, Rembrandt, Vermeer and Degas, the Frick is one of the city’s finest destinations for 16th- to 19th-century European art. If you’re visiting before January 2014, then don’t miss the timepiece exhibit... Read More

Brooklyn Bowl

Brooklyn Bowl

Part concert venue, part bowling alley, with Brooklyn beer and comfort food of renown, this is one of the youngest of NYC’s multifarious music venues. Jam bands, indie bands and regular big names, not to mention popular DJ... Read More

Bowery Ballroom

Bowery Ballroom

If you’ve seen the movie Coyote Ugly , you’ve seen the Bowery Ballroom, NYC’s essential stop for lovers of indie rock. Right next to the Bowery subway station, it’s a 1920s building converted into a 550-people-capacity,... Read More

Beacon Theatre

Beacon Theatre

Another landmark venue boasting an association with legendary artists (Rolling Stones, Queen, Radiohead, Aerosmith, Michael Jackson). The Allman Brothers Band still plays its glorious Neo-Grecian auditorium nearly every year in the spring. Read More


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