Fall in NYC
Autumn is a magical time in New York City. Reinvigorated by the chill in the air, many head outdoors to see the leaves change across all five boroughs. Layer up and enjoy a classic NYC pastime: wandering through Central Park. You can always retreat to a cozy café; or one of the City’s museums and cultural attractions, many of which have new exhibitions debuting in the fall. It’s also an ideal time to catch some nail-biting baseball or a recently opened Broadway show.
NYC Tourist Attractions
Breathtaking views from Top of the Rock, the Empire State Building and One World Observatory. Exhibits from throughout history at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum and New York Hall of Science. Thrilling performances at Lincoln Center, BAM and Barclays Center. Attractions in NYC suit all tastes.
Broadway in NYC
Broadway is the bright beating heart of the NYC’s performing arts scene. No visit to the City is complete without experiencing the rousing entertainment available in Midtown Manhattan’s Theatre District, where dozens of historic venues stage bold new musicals, long-running hits and fascinating dramas every night of the week.
Restaurants in NYC
New York City’s dining scene is world-famous for good reason—and no matter the circumstances, restaurants, bars and cafés always find a way to serve the five boroughs. While many venues are open for outdoor dining—and indoor dining can operate at full capacity (proof of vaccination is required).
Museums & Galleries in NYC
The museums and galleries in NYC are some of the City’s most powerful draws. Destinations like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History and the Whitney Museum of American Art house immense collections and put on spectacular exhibitions. Couple these with the wide array of galleries around town, and a trip to NYC becomes a visually stunning experience.