New York City. The “Big Apple.” This metropolis of more than 8.2 million residents is the most populous city in the United States. It is also the most diverse of our cities, as immigrants from many nations began life in America after passing through Ellis Island and past the Statue of Liberty.
The center of finance, fashion, business, entertainment, media and diplomacy, New York City has an endless amount of options for visitors. World-class museums, art galleries, restaurants, sports events and one-of-a-kind experiences are waiting to be enjoyed, numbering so many that a return trip is a must just to even get a small taste of what the former “New Amsterdam” has to offer.
Hit Broadway for a show, Fifth Avenue or the Garment District for some shopping. Take in unparalleled art exhibits at the Museum of Modern Art or the Guggenheim. View rare and priceless collections at the Museum of Natural History. Take the ferry out to tour the Statue of Liberty or take the elevator to the top of the Empire State building.
New York City is the city that never sleeps and the city of never-ending possibilities.
*This itinerary is an example from a local school. We will be more than happy to assist with your itinerary, but please note that we currently do not create itineraries for these tours.
- Depart very early from Cleveland
- Stop for lunch in New Jersey
- Arrive in New York
- Head to the Museum of Natural History
- Dinner at Planet Hollywood
- Check into hotel
- Ride the ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
- Lunch at a spot of your choice in the South St. Seaport
- Enjoy a guided tour of NYC and the World Trade Center site
- Dinner at the Hard Rock Café
- Broadway for a show
- Check out of hotel
- Take in the view from a top the Empire State Building
- Eat lunch in Central Park
- Board bus for return to Cleveland
- Radio City Music Hall
- The Empire State Building
- The World Trade Center memorial
- The Statue of Liberty
- MBC Studios
- Central Park
- Times Square
- The Bronx Zoo
- The New York Stock Exchange
- The United Nations
- GuggenheimMuseum of Modern Art
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Intrepid Air and Space Museum
- Smithsonian New York
- Broadway Ave.
- Lincoln Center
- Carnegie Hall