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7 Sights You Have to See While Visiting New York City
If it’s important that you’re never bored while you’re on vacation, you should definitely consider taking a trip to New York City. With over 65 million visitors a year and millions more residents, it should come as no surprise that the city features plenty of things to do in order to keep all these people busy!
Tourism Happenings: Openings and Reopenings in NYC
The list of reopened cultural venues in NYC is lengthening; last week the FDNY FireZone reopened in a new space; the New Museum came back yesterday; today we add Fraunces Tavern Museum and the Society of Illustrators, and tomorrow MoMA PS1 returns. On the hotel side, the New York Marriott Downtown is open for guests again.
NYC Reopening This Week and Other Tourism Notes
You know the city's coming back when you score a seat at Carbone and they sit JLo and ARod next to you—as experienced by a Davler staffer this past weekend. Beyond celeb sightings, we're excited about the boatload of city reopenings the week is bringing...
Tourism Happenings: Cultural Institutions to Reopen in NYC
With the state infection rate below 1% for more than 11 days in a row—the rate is lower now than it was in June—the Governor has cleared the way for NYC bowling alleys, cultural institutions, and gyms to open.
8 Outer Borough Museums to Visit in NYC
Manhattan has its fair share of museums, but if you take a step out of New York’s primary borough, there is plenty of culture yet to uncover. See the oldest building in the city, an acclaimed botanical garden, and an exciting new film screening among these eight institutions to check out in Brooklyn, Staten Island, The Bronx, and Queens.
How to Celebrate the Moon Landing's 50th Anniversary in NYC
On July 20, 1969, American astronauts walked on the moon. Fifty years later, the city is celebrating the Apollo 11 anniversary with new museum exhibitions, talks, films, and more. Take one small step—or a giant leap—to one of these lunar activities, happening this weekend and beyond in NYC.
Brand New Museum of the Dog Opens in NYC
After 32 years away, the AKC Museum of the Dog has returned to New York City. Celebrate canines at this exciting new attraction, located in the headquarters of the American Kennel Club near Grand Central. The museum opens the same weekend as the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, the popular yearly event at Madison Square Garden..
Savings and Discounts: Visiting New York City Museums on a Budget
There’s no reason to skimp on culture when you’re in New York. If you want to see some of the world’s great art works and learn fascinating stories from history, take advantage of the many free and cheap museum events throughout the city.
NYC Destinations Offering Student Discounts
College comes with a lot of challenges (term papers, being broke), but there are plenty of perks too (boundless opportunities, free time on weekdays). Take advantage of your four years by checking out New York’s many student discounts, whether you’re a local student or here on a visit.
The Statue of Liberty Museum Opens This May in NYC
Standing 305 feet above the water in New York Harbor is one of the world’s most recognizable figures: the Statue of Liberty. This iconic New York landmark is getting her due with a new museum opening in May. The Statue of Liberty Museum, adjacent to the Statue on Liberty Island, will be free for all visitors. The museum will contain unique multimedia experiences and astounding artifacts from the copper lady’s 130-year history. Below are some highlights about this brand-new cultural institution.