A giant experience in a miniature world, Gulliver's Gate is a technologically advanced, interactive and immersive world of miniatures covering 50,000 square feet that will ignite your imagination and challenge your perspective.
Victorian sensibilities await as you sip with pinkies up at Lillie's Victorian Establishment during their high tea hours of Monday through Friday from 11 AM – 4 PM. Explore antiques and fine artwork while enjoying high tea the old-fashioned way.
Tourist-favored jazz clubs in the heart of Times Square abound, but the lesser-known, Rum House, is the toe-tapping place to go for a modern take on the classic jazz club. Remove yourself from the hustle and bustle of the city and slip into the dimly lit and swanky wood décor venue for a pre-show libation.
Every night from 11:57pm to midnight, witness the world’s largest and longest digital art exhibition where the huge billboards in Times Square are synchronized resulting in three magical moments of the same whimsical imagery.
A cornerstone of New York City's culture the Lincoln Center consists of multiple performance venues that focus on music, dance and theatre. This famed facility is home to the Metropolitan Opera and New York City Ballet.
Music junkies flock to Strawberry Fields and The Dakota in memory of John Lennon, but the Upper West Side has plenty of other famous spots from rock 'n' roll history. Music writer Bob Sarlin hosts a walking tour including stops like where Bette Midler used to perform in a gay bathhouse and where Bill Haley and the Comets recorded their first hit.
Perfect for explorers not wanting to wade into the teeming masses at the American Museum of Natural History, this museum offers a great array of American paintings, sculptures and artifacts. It also features interactive exhibits and games, perfect for exploring with children.
This Chelsea-set piano bar draws in New York notables without the Manhattan stuffiness. A pink-bow tied gentleman will usher you in to a bar and clubhouse of Hemingway daiquiris and the best music for late night sing-a-longs
Located on the 9th Avenue, its halls are fit for anyone who appreciates the craft of brewing. The bar offers savory food with unique kicks and a wide range of quality beer flavors poured from wall-to-wall taps.
Times Square, Midtown Manhattan, New York City - the home to Broadway theatre's and the biggest New Years Eve party in the world, is also home to the future stars of stage and screen at Ellen's Stardust Diner. This diner is home of the world famous singing waitstaff and some of the best diner food in the country. Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner since 1987!
The Richard Rodgers Theatre opened in 1924 and, originally called the 46th Street Theatre, it was renamed in 1990 to honor the legendary composer Richard Rodgers, whose shows defined Broadway for more than three decades.
The theatre was refurbished in 2006 and houses The Richard Rodgers Gallery featuring historic memorabilia from its namesake’s storied career. Since 2015, the Tony Winner for Best Musical and international smash hit Hamilton has called the Richard Rodgers Theatre home.
PlayStation Theater is a 2100-capacity venue operated by The Bowery Presents and designed by the award-winning architect David Rockwell of the Rockwell Group. The venue officially opened in September 2005, and has the capability to hold a wide array of events, including concerts, live television, web broadcasts, live recordings, award shows and event parties.
The stage is set in a hidden library with over fifteen thousand books. Five classically-trained actors meet as members of "The Drunk Shakespeare Society". One of them has at least 5 shots of whiskey and then they overconfidently attempt to perform a major role in a Shakespearean play. Hilarity and mayhem ensues while the four sober actors try and keep the script on track. Every show is different depending on who is drinking... and what they're drinking!