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New York City

NEW YORK CITY:
VISUAL ARTS

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Day 1: New York City
– Arrive in New York City
– Walking tour of Midtown: Fifth Avenue,
Rockefeller Center, Trump Tower
– Empire State Building by night
Day 2: New York City
– Guided sightseeing tour of New
York: 9/11 Memorial and Museum,
Greenwich Village, SoHo, Chinatown,
Little Italy
– Free time to explore Manhattan’s art galleries
– Times Square
– Broadway show
Day 3: New York City
– Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
– Guggenheim Workshop
Day 4: New York City • Return home
– Metropolitan Museum of Art (guided)
– Photo stop in Central Park
– Depart for home
4 or 5 days | New York City
METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART
The Met may have the word “Art” in its name, but it is much more than just
art. As the largest museum in the Western Hemisphere, it exhibits objects,
artifacts and crafts from all over the globe. You can see everything from
Egyptian mummies and sarcophagi to a reconstructed Greek temple to
medieval weapons and suits of armor. And, of course, it houses one of the
world’s great art collections—everything from the European masters
to stunning examples of Islamic and African art.
Explore
America
5-DAY TOUR
Day 4: New York City
– Metropolitan Museum of Art (guided)
– Photo stop in Central Park
– The Cloisters
Broadway show

Day 5: New York City • Return home
– Museum of Modern Art
– Depart for home
Itinerary subject to change. For complete financial and
registration details, please refer to the Booking Conditions.
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CENTRAL PARK
Central Park is not your ordinary
city park. It is 843 acres of trees, paths,
man-made lakes, bridges, woods and, of
course, people. The park was designed
in the mid-1800s by Frederick Law
Olmsted and Calvert Vaux for a design
competition to create a large green space
in the middle of Manhattan where the
people could relax, unwind, and get back
in touch with nature, even if just for an
afternoon. These days, when the sun is
shining, New Yorkers and tourists fock
to Central Park to picnic, skate, stroll,
toss frisbees, paddle the lake, or just
plain relax and watch the people go by.
ON BROADWAY
The Broadway theaters we go to are historical. This isn’t your local performing arts center or even your metropolitan performing
arts center with thousands of seats. These theaters date from a hundred years ago. The seats are smaller, because the people
were smaller back then. Even the stages are tiny. When you’re there, you see the world’s most talented performers doing a kind of
theater that’s native to America. Musicals are meant to be accessible, so they sing in English, in a way that you can hear the words.
It’s not like opera and it’s not like a regular play—it’s a sort of hybrid, and it has a style all its own.
– Mitch B., Tour Director
Options
• Downtown hotel (private groups only)
• Extended stay
• Lunches
• Earned credit for Group Leaders
and students

Round-trip and on-tour transportation
Full-time licensed Tour Director
3 nights hotel accommodations
(4 nights on 5-day tour)
Breakfast and dinner daily
Comprehensive sightseeing tours
Visits to special attractions
1 Standard Broadway show
Overnight security at your hotel
Illness and Accident Coverage
Travel ID Badges and backpacks

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Gratuities