Central Park Bike Tours

Experience a memorable journey through Frederick Law Olmstead's masterpiece in the heart of Manhattan in New York City. Your experienced tour guide will provide you ...

NYC Speed Boat Ride

If you spy a set of giant jaws racing across New York's harbor, don't panic. That's just SHARK, Circle Line Downtown's heart-pounding, 30-minute speed ...

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NYC Discount Tickets and Passes

Our list of NYC discount tickets and passes from a verity of providers. Group several attractions together and get a great deal! NYC Explorer Pass With the ...

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Empire State Building / NY SKYRIDE

Night or day, the view from NYC's tallest building is one of this hemisphere's most magnificent vistas. On a clear day you can enjoy a ...

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St Patricks Cathedral

St Patricks Cathedral

History: St Patricks Cathedral is the largest gothic style Catholic Cathedral in the United States and has been recognized throughout its history as a center of Catholic life in this country. The Cathedral was begun in 1858 to replace the original St. Patrick's Cathedral, which is used today More
How much should I tip?

How much should I tip?

A tip of at least 15 percent is usual for meals, taxis, and personal services such as haircuts or massages. Bellboys at hotels usually receive $1 per bag. Bartenders - $1 per drink. Many New Yorkers find it easiest to calculate the tip by doubling the tax (8.25 percent) on a restaurant bill. More
NYC Ice Skating Rinks

NYC Ice Skating Rinks

Manhattan Skating Rinks Lasker Rink in Central Park Located near 107th St & Central Park West, 1(917) 492-3856. Web-Site: Click Here Polar Rink at American Museum of Natural History Columbus Ave and 79th St, 1(212) 769-5200. Nov 21 - Feb 28. One hour skating sessions on synthetic More
New York City Opera

New York City Opera

Since its founding in 1943, New York City Opera has been recognized as one of Americas preeminent cultural institutions, celebrated for its adventurous programming and innovative, risk-taking production style. The company has been a leading showcase for young artists, having helped launch the carMore
To and From JFK Airport

To and From JFK Airport

Our guide to and from JFK airport: AirTrain JFK AirTrain JFK links the region's rail and subway transportation network to NYC. AirTrain has three service routes: Airline Terminal route (Inner Loop). Howard Beach route. Jamaica Station route. Variable message signs in the stations locMore
Broadway Rush Tickets, Lottery and Standing Room Only Policies

Broadway Rush Tickets, Lottery and Standing Room Only Policies

By Matthew Blank To make tickets more affordable to students and other theatergoers on a budget, many Broadway shows have implemented rush, lottery, and standing-room-only (SRO) policies. Anyone willing to wake up and get to the box office early, spend some time in a line, or stand during the shMore
Staten Island Places of Interest

Staten Island Places of Interest

Staten Island is the third largest borough in area but the least populous and least densely populated. It is the borough farthest removed from Manhattan, separated at its closest point by a five-mile stretch of water. The world-famous Staten Island Ferry covers the distance in 25 minutes. VisitMore
Chelsea Piers Sports Center

Chelsea Piers Sports Center

Chelsea Piers Sports Center & Entertainment Complex   Year-Round Sports Village Anyone with a few hours to spare can enjoy healthy, fun-filled recreation at Chelsea Pier's six separate athletic facilities. The Chelsea Piers Sports Center is made up of the Field House, Sky Rink, HeaMore
Museum of Arts and Design

Museum of Arts and Design

The Museum of Arts & Design (formerly American Crafts Museum) collects, displays and interprets objects in ceramics, glass, fiber, metal and wood that exemplify innovation in craft, art and design. Exhibitions and educational programs honor the tradition of making, and provide a historical aMore
Canal Street

Canal Street

Canal Street is a bustling New York street fair full of open storefronts. Banks and jewelry shops make-up most of the east side of Canal. The west side is mostly shops. Canal Street is also the main Chinese jewelry district of Chinatown Directions: Canal Street between Bowery & Avenue of theMore