NYC EXPERIENCE

We know that the second you touchdown in NYC you’re going to head to Times Square for that Instagram shot captioned with the hashtag #mumimnevercominghome. But why stop at all the tourists traps? DATS knows there is more to NYC than just bagels and Macy’s. 

 

The Metropolitan Museum of Art 

Artsy - Culture - Art Gallery  

 With a decor as fanciful as its exhibits, the MET houses over 2 million works and stands as one of the most iconic museums in the world, that you’ll need more than just one day here. How many Roman and Greek gods can you name from the classical art gallery? 

 

Broadway Theatre 

Local - Theatre - Culture 

 The theatre district hosts some of the greatest spectacles in town, all rehearsed to perfection. From to-the-beat dances to quick witted ‘adult’ jokes that only your parents could understand, there really is no business like show business when in NYC. Make sure to book in advance and arrive on time! 

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New York City Ballet 

Local - Theatre - Culture 

 Check the calendar to see what’s on stage now at the famous Lincoln Center, and prepare for a moving performance by the creme de la creme of NYC’s dance scene. Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a ballet connoisseur to enjoy this part of the city’s rich history.  

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Top of The Rock 

Local - Culture - Nature 

 Take in the unobstructed views of both Central Park and Manhattan’s midtown from the top of Rockefeller Center. Take a moment to soak in the views and see yourself for a moment as Meg Ryan in Sleepless in Seattle.  

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The High Line 

Local - Culture - Nature 

 Once a railroad track carrying freight trains, this elevated platform has transformed into a landscaped “walking park” full of outdoor art installations, greenery, and picnic tables.[Text Wrapping Break] 

 

Coney Island 

Hipster  - Local - Nature 

 This all-American playground has been an electric source of old-school amusement for decades. Thrill seekers and foodies revel in the quirky seaside escape that boasts a boardwalk full of famous fair foods - anyone else always wondered what a corn dog was?! 

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Museum of Modern Art 

Artsy - Culture - Art Gallery 

 Both art enthusiasts and novices find themselves awestruck by the MOMA’s thought-provoking collection of modern and contemporary art. Located in the heart of Manhattan, some of its most famous works include Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans and Pablo Picasso’s Starry Night.  

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Smorgasburg Williamsburg 

Foodie - Culture - Market 

 Rainbow-coloured cake, marshmallow topped ice cream and traditional Greek gyros are just a slice of what you can find at Smorgasburg. Running on Saturday’s and Sunday’s year around, this artisanal food market features over 100 local food stalls for your eating pleasure! 

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Carnegie Hall 

Luxury - Culture - Theatre 

 This landmark performance centre features everything from intimate solo artists to grand-scale musicals, (for the opera singer inside of you). Check the schedule to see who’s performing during your visit and prepare yourself for decadent ambiance and unbeatable acoustics.  

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