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New York City Arts & Culture

Widely recognized as America's cultural capital, New York City offers a seemingly endless wealth of entertainment and intellectual stimulation. The epicenter for abstract expressionism, musical theatre, Bohemianism, jazz and American fashion, the Big Apple boasts some of the world's largest museums and a performing arts culture second to none. Immerse yourself in a fascinating world of must-see delights, inspired by diverse cultural elements and sheer raw talent. From historical exhibits to Broadway performances to breathtaking art collections and more, NYC offers a diverse arts and culture scene that makes it one of the world's greatest cities.
 
Carol King Musical at New York
Beautiful - The Carol King Musical
The acclaimed Broadway jukebox musical about the early life and career of Carole King. Features contemporary songs by Phil Spector, Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann.
 New York Stephen Sondheim Theatre
Stephen Sondheim Theatre
Formerly Henry Miller's Theatre, the Stephen Sondheim Theatre is a beautiful building designed in the Neo-classical. Enjoy an vibrant range of enticing Broadway shows.
The Book of Mormon at New York
The Book of Mormon
The hilarious religious satire musical from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, The Book of Mormon tells of two Mormon missionaries sent to northern Uganda.
New York Eugen Oneil Theatre
Eugen Oneil Theatre
Opening in 1925, this Broadway theatre features a wide range of enticing plays and productions, including "The Book of Mormon" and numerous others.
Cabaret at New York
Cabaret
Based on Christopher Isherwood's book, Cabaret tells the story of a seedy 1930s Berlin nightclub, where a young, beautiful British performance falls for an American writer.
 Studio 54 at New York
Studio 54
Once one of New York City's most famous nightclubs, Studio 54 is now the permanent home for Roundabout Theatre Company and a wildly popular attraction for local tourists.
New York Chicago
Chicago
Set in Prohibition-era Chicago, this award-winning musical is a satire on corruption. It's also a fun, lively show and the longest-running American musical in Broadway history.
Ambassador Theatre at New York
Ambassador Theatre
Situated in Midtown Manhattan between Broadway and 8th Avenue, the Ambassador is a cultural landmark, featuring a strangely fascinating layout and some of Broadway's liveliest shows.
New York Gentleman Guide to Love & Murder
Gentleman Guide to Love & Murder
Based on the novel Israel Rank by Roy Horniman, this musical comedy tells of a British commoner, who elects to murder his way to a lucrative inheritance.
Walter Kerr Theatre at New York
Walter Kerr Theatre
One of the Theater District's smaller auditoriums, the Walter Kerr Theatre plays host to a variety of great Broadway shows, including "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder."
Jersey Boys at New York
Jersey Boys
This Tony- and Grammy-award-winning jukebox musical is presented in an unique documentary-style format, which dramatizes the struggles and success of the 1960s rock 'n roll group The Four Seasons.
New York August Wilson Theatre
August Wilson Theatre
Located in midtown Manhattan at 245 West 52nd Street, the August Wilson Theatre features a regular lineup of top Broadway shows, including "Jersey Boys."
Kinky Boots at New York
Kinky Boots
Inspired by a true story, this Broadway musical tells the story of an unlikely partnership between a straitlaced British shoe factory owner and a drag queen named Lola.
New York Al Hirschfield Theatre
Al Hirschfield Theatre
Founded in 1924, the Al Hirschfeld Theatre was designed to be the most opulent theatre of its time. It maintains plenty of its original allure, making it a great venue to catch a Broadway show.
Mamma Mia at New York
Mamma Mia
Over 54 million people have seen this feel-good show about a daughter's quest to discover her father's identity. Sunny, funny and critically-acclaimed, Mamma Mia!is a Broadway classic.
New York Broadway Theatre
Broadway Theatre
Situated at 1681 Broadway, this legendary theater features 1,761 seats, which make it a popular venue for loud, sprawling musical productions.
Motown - The Musical at New York
Motown - The Musical
Based on Berry Gordy's autobiography "To Be Loved: The Music, the Magic, the Memories of Motown," this Broadway jukebox musical focuses on some of Motown's most legendary names.
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre New York
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
Previously known as the Globe Theatre, the inviting Lunt-Fontanne Theatre has 1500-plus seats, which make it a prime venue for some of Broadway's top productions.
 New York Rock of Ages
Rock of Ages
Set in 1980s Hollywood, this rockin' musical explores the time of big dreams, big chords and big hair - all to a backdrop of top hits from iconic groups and rockers of the 1980s.
New York Helen Hayes Theatre
Helen Hayes Theatre
Situated in Midtown Manhattan at 240 West 44th Street, Helen Hayes Theatre was once known as the Little Theatre, thanks to a scarcity of seats, which give it an exclusive, intimidate feel.
American Museum of Modern History at New York
American Museum of Modern History
From outer space to dinosaurs and all things in between, this massive New York City museum showcases a seemingly endless wealth of natural wonders.
New York Intrepid Air & Space Museum
Intrepid Air & Space Museum
Located on the West Side of Manhattan at Pier 86 at 46th Street, this fascinating military and maritime history museum features a fascinating collection of historical ships.
New York Museum of Modern Art
MoMA (Museum of Modern Art)
A cultural icon that ignites minds and fuels creativity, MoMA features extraordinary exhibitions and a broad collection of contemporary and modern artworks.
Brooklyn Museum at New York
Brooklyn Museum
At 560,000 square feet, the Brooklyn Museum holds an art collection consisting of approximately 1.5 million works, making it New York City's second largest museum.
Guggenheim Museum at New York
Guggenheim Museum
With a continuously expanding collection of early Modern, Post-Impressionist, Impressionist and contemporary art, the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Guggenheim Museum is a NYC cultural icon.
New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art
One of the planet's largest and finest art museums, The Metropolitan Museum of Art includes over two million works of art, spanning more than 5,000 years.
Whitney Museum of American Art of New York
Whitney Museum of American Art
One of New York City's most diverse museums, The Whitney boasts a collection of over 21,000 sculptures, paintings, drawings, photographs, prints and films.
New York Museum of Sex
Museum of Sex
Located on the corner of East 27th Street in Manhattan at 233 Fifth Avenue, MoSex features 15,000 objects, including important artworks and historical ephemera.
 Bronx Zoo at New York
Bronx Zoo
The largest metropolitan zoo in North America, The Bronx Zoo features 6,000 animals, representing over 600 fascinating species from all over the world.
 Central Park Zoo at New York
Central Park Zoo
At 6.5-acres, The Central Park Zoo provides a quick, leisurely natural experience. Explore a diverse array of wildlife in a beautiful, family-friendly setting.
New York New City Aquarium
New City Aquarium
The United States' oldest continually operating aquarium, The New York Aquarium on the Coney Island boardwalk hosts daily sea lion shows and great exhibits on marine life.
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