Save on attractions including the Guggenheim, MoMA and the Bronx Zoo — and on restaurant deals and Broadway shows — with NYC's winter deals.
There are two-for-one admission deals at more than 60 attractions, museums, tours and performing arts venues across New York City from January 29 to February 11 as part of the NYC Must-See Week promotion.
Among the options are museums including the Guggenheim, MoMA, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of the City of New York.
For views, there's the Empire State Building Experience and the One World Observatory, while discounted tours include Lower Manhattan Tours' educational historic walks, food tours from Like a Local Tours and Urban Oyster Tours, and behind-the-scenes experiences at Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Yankee Stadium and NBC Studios.
Then there deals on family-friendly experiences such as the Bronx Zoo, along with historic sites, music and performing arts centres and more.
January 29 to February 4 is being touted as the "ultimate-value week" of the winter, when three of destination marketing organisation NYC & Company's promotions align: NYC Must-See Week, along with NYC Restaurant Week and NYC Broadway Week.
Restaurant Week, which runs until February 9, provides the chance to enjoy three courses at renowned restaurants for $US29 ($36) for lunch and $US42 for dinner. Participating restaurants include CUT by Wolfgang Puck, David Chang's Momofuku Nishi, and Nobu Downtown
NYC Broadway Week is on until February 4 and provides two-for-one tickets to shows including Chicago, Kinky Boots and The Phantom of the Opera. It's followed by NYC Off-Broadway Week, from February 12-25.
(Picture at top by Tagger Yancey IV/nycgo.com.)
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