Arts and Culture
Music, theater and Museums in new York CityFrom Broadway musicals to modern art museums to hottest jazz clubs, New York City is bursting with creativity and talent from Harlem to Wall Street. As the birthplace of many cultural movements and beginnings, NYC is a haven for admirers of music, theater, art, film, dance, and literature. See the New York Ballet pirouette across the stage at Lincoln Center. Head to the Theater District for a Broadway show.
Broadway Theater District
See the bright lights of NYC's most exciting entertainment attractions. The Broadway Theater District is home to more than 40 professional theaters in the heart of Manhattan producing world-renowned plays and musicals.
American Museum of Natural History
Hop up the iconic steps at this internationally acclaimed museum across from Central Park. Check out the massive collection of artifacts and exhibits from ancient rock formations to a 122-foot titanosaur.
Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
As the only museum solely dedicated to historic and contemporary design, this Smithsonian institution on Museum Mile houses over 210,000 design objects spanning over thirty centuries.
This prestigious performing arts center on the Upper West Side is comprised of three buildings that lend itself to the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet, New York Philharmonic, and the New York City Opera.
Radio City Music Hall
Meticulously restored to its 1930's art deco grandeur, this iconic entertainment venue is home to the New York City Rockettes and a multitude of performers in every genre from dance troupes to classical music.
The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art
As the largest art museum in the US, the Met encompasses art from the 1800's to present day works. Tour through over two million works divided among seventeen curatorial departments.
Museum of Modern Art
Home to the largest collection of modern paintings and sculptures in the world, see renowned works like Van Gogh's "Starry Night" and Monet's 14-foot wide "Water Lilies" to experience art and culture at its finest.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Known for its massive collection of impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modern art, stroll up Fifth Avenue's Museum Mile to see the impressive design by famed architect, Frank Lloyd Wright.
Whitney Museum of American Art
Planted at the base of the High Line, the Whitney is home to 20th and 21st-century American Art collections by famed painters and sculptors like Georgia O'Keeffe and Edward Hopper.