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We’ve only seen the Lion King, but next time we’re in the city we plan on purchasing tickets for Wicked.The Phantom of the Opera, Les Mis and Jersey Boys are other shows you can’t go wrong with.If you purchase your tickets in advance, you can typically find pretty good discounts. Fuerzabruta If Broadway is just too mainstream, then consider seeing—and participating in—Fuerzabruta, Expect dancing, water, neon lights, a plastic bubble, and plenty of ‘wow’ moments at this unique interactive theater event.We didn’t visit so we can’t give a proper review, but this one from the Guardian is definitely intriguing. Photograph The Skyline Dan loves to set out on missions to photograph iconic skylines; if you’re anything like him, then don’t miss snapping at least a few photos of the New York City skyline.The Memorial is free to visit; the museum costs per adult but is free Tuesday evenings from 5pm to close.
If you want a quaint neighborhood to get lost in, then the West Village is a great pick.
For a more in-depth tour that includes pedestal access, this priority boarding tour comes highly recommended. The Brooklyn Bridge Take a relaxed stroll or bike ride across the Brooklyn Bridge to enjoy the ambience and spectacular views over Manhattan and Brooklyn.
We recommend hanging out on the Brooklyn side of the bridge sometime during your walk—there are numerous great places to grab a bite to eat here.
Some of the best spots are on the water, the observation decks, the Brooklyn Bridge, and Governor’s Island. Experience The Holidays Our last two visits to New York City have been over Christmas, and we’re fully convinced that it is one of the most magical times of the year to visit the city.
In between the Christmas markets, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, the ice skating, the decorations, the Christmas lights in Brooklyn, Santa Claus at Macy’s and the department store window displays, there’s just no way you can avoid spreading the holiday cheer. Sleep No More If you’re tired of Broadway (though I don’t know if that’s possible!Dating back to 1857, Central Park is 843 acres of lush oasis in the center of what is otherwise a concrete jungle.