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Love cheese???? The third Saturday of every month, visit Murray’s subterranean cheese caves for $10. At the end of the tour, you’ll know everything about cheese. For more information, visit the official website.
Get free admission at 40 museums this coming Saturday, September 26, 2009. The printable Admission Card will give you access to the museum of your choice for two people. For more information, visit the official website.
ManhattanVisit.com is a new website where you can book anything you want to do in NY: hotels, tickets... You can also see what entertainment, bar, attraction... would fit you the best depending on your profile and what you come to NY for! Check it out!
Here is something that adults and children will love! New York Theatre Ballet provides an intimate environment for the performance, study, and appreciation of classical and contemporary dance, with a commitment to cultural enrichment and enjoyment for all. Don't miss their events for the 2009-2010 season. For more information, visit the official website.
You are arriving at La Guardia, Newark or JFK and it’s too late to take public transportation. Take a cab to Manhattan! Make sure to take a Yellow Cab only. You’ll be able to hail those Yellow Cabs in designated areas. If you cannot find them, ask a uniformed airport employee to help you. Visit nyc.gov for legal fares. Last but not least, on your way to the Yellow Cab line outside of the Airport, some people will ask you if you are looking for a cab. Do not follow them as they might overcharge you and they aren't as well regulated (or as safe) as Yellow Cabs.
Take a trapeze class to experience the art of flying. It's said to help improve your focus, strength, mood, patience, empowerment, sleep patters, and weight. What other class will help you physcially belive in your ability to do more than you imagined? You have nothing to lose as your safety is their number one concern! Click here for more information.
For two nights only, enjoy a round-trip ferry access, dinner on the island and the new documentary on the history of National Parks by Ken Burns! Ellis Island will open September 24 only and the Statue of Liberty will open September 25 only! each ticket will be $29. Don't miss this unique opportunity!