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New York City is commonly referred to as the city that never sleeps, and once you visit you’ll quickly understand why. Mixed with iconic destinations such as Central Park and the Metropolitan Museum of Art to name a few, and hidden gems on every corner, a trip to NYC will undoubtedly be an experience you won’t soon forget.
Take a River Cruise
Usher in the new year with views of the NYC skyline from the water. Many New Year’s Eve cruises float along the Hudson River, which is a natural border of the states of New York and New Jersey. Cruises usually include dancing, dinner, drinks and clear views of the fireworks. These cruises sell out quickly, so book your tickets before the holiday season begins.
Broadway and Beyond
Seeing a famous Broadway show, such as “The Lion King,” “Wicked” and “Hamilton,” is one of the most iconic experiences in New York City. Broadway is synonymous with theater. At the beginning of the 20th century, most theaters were on Broadway, the street. Today, however, seeing a Broadway show has less to do with location than it does with the size of the theater. A show doesn’t have to be on Broadway the street to be considered a Broadway show. What’s more: Off-Broadway doesn’t mean lower quality – “Rent” started out off-Broadway – simply, that the theater size is smaller. And an Off-Off-Broadway show may be even smaller (seating fewer than 100 audience members), but it is often where the cutting-edge work happens.
Beyond the theater district, the Harbor Lights Theater Company in Staten Island brings outstanding professional theater to the dynamic North Shore neighborhood. Past productions include “Rent,” “Driving Miss Daisy,” “Oliver!” and “The King and I.” In Brooklyn, the 150-year-old Brooklyn Academy of Music covers world-class film, opera, dance, literary talks, live music and plays, including productions by and for children.
Run Through Central Park
Fitness enthusiasts may want to celebrate the new year with the New York Road Runners’ Midnight Run, a 6.4-kilometer trek through Central Park. You’ll have an excellent view of the fireworks from the route. You can even run in costume; the zanier, more interesting or “nuttier” the individual and group costumes, the better.
A lifetime’s worth of experiences in one city!