You now have the chance to be a Ghostbuster yourself at Madame Tussauds in Times Square. In the exhibit Ghostbusters: Dimension, you’ll suit up, strap on a proton pack and gun, and blast your way through a ghost-infested apartment complex.
This unique – and exhilarating experience uses a combination of virtual reality, real-time interactive effects, and a physical set and is not like anything you have experienced before. You don’t even need to be a Ghostbusters fan to appreciate this high tech adventure.
Admission to Madame Tussauds is included for free in several tourist discount passes.
This post lists the many Christmas shows in NYC, including musicals, ballet performances, winter holiday-themed plays and movies that you can see the holidays. Fortunately, many shows start in November and run until early January, giving travelers more opportunity to see one of the best holiday spectaculars found only in NYC.
Even though the Rockettes originated in St. Louis, these high-kicking ladies have become synonymous with New York City. During the annual Radio City Christmas Spectacular the Rockettes perform their famous “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers” as well as a variety of other numbers.Read more »
This post explains how to get free tickets for The Daily Show With Trevor Noah. This show is very popular which means that getting tickets will require some advanced planning on your part. We lay out all the information below.
If you really love Trevor Noah, you should check out our post on Things to Do in November, when the New York Comedy Festival happens. Trevor Noah is often one of the headline acts.
This post is about Times Square on New Year’s Eve with tips on how to get a good spot to celebrate and view the ball drop. There is no costs and no tickets to watch the ball drop, but you need to develop a plan.
The ball is dropped from the top of 1 Times Square at 42nd Street just south of the intersection of Broadway and 7th Ave. This means that the viewing area is quite large.
The ball can be viewed from Broadway, between 43rd Street and 50th Street. You can also see the ball along 7th Avenue from 43rd Street to 59th Street. However, the lower the street number you are on, the closer you are to the ball.
The area will have barricades and you can only enter at designated entry points. They are located along 8th Ave., 7th Ave, Broadway, and 6th Ave. (See map below)
This post is about how to find the Wall Street Bull, officially known as the Charging Bull, the popular bronze statue and financial icon, along with a brief history of the Bull and the Fearless Girl Statue.”