New York

Take a bite out of the Big Apple!

"New York is the concentrate of art and commerce and sport and religion and entertainment and finance, bringing to a single compact arena the gladiator, the evangelist, the promoter, the actor, the trader and the merchant. It carries on its lapel the inexpugnable feeling of the long past, so that no matter where you sit in New York you feel the vibrations of great times and tall deeds, of interesting people and events and undertakings.

New York is nothing like Paris; it is nothing like London; and it is not Spokane multiplied by sixty, or Detroit multiplied by four. It is by all odds the loftiest of cities."

- E. B. White, This Is New York


See a musical or play on stage in the most famous place to do it - New York City's Broadway!

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Central Park

Central Park is a public park in the center of Manhattan, and is the most visited urban park in the United States. Here you can ice skate (or swim in July), take a horse-drawn carriage ride, visit the Central Park Zoo, visit the Central Park Conservatory Garden, use the walking or running tracks, go to a "Shakespeare in the Park" summer festival, play sports, or just have a picnic.

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Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center

Top of the Rock offers a dramatic view of New York City you just can't get anywhere else.  Day or night, three floors of indoor and outdoor decks offer stunning panoramas of the city's energy, wonder and beauty.

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Radio City Music Hall

Take a tour of one of the most iconic places in New York City.  Here you will go behind-the-scenes and get an insider's view of the theatre, lounges and corridors where the biggest names in show business perform!

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The Fabulous 5th Avenue

Fifth Avenue is a major thouroughfare in the center of Manhattan that is lined with prestigious shops and is ranked among the most expensive shopping streets in the world.

The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

Take a ferry to both the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, two of the most historic landmarks in New York.

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Little Italy and Chinatown

Get your cappucino and canolis, or your Pradas and your Guccis.  In these bordering neighborhoods you get a true taste of downtown New York City's delicious food, interesting street life and a variety of shopping opportunities.

World Trade Center

The National September 11 Memorial is a tribute of remembrance and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001.  It will be open to the public for tours beginning September 12, 2011.

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The Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States, and it connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River.

Times Square

Times Square is most well known for it's Theatre District and neon lights, as well as the annual dropping of the ball on New Year's Eve.

New York

All-Inclusive performance trip with workshop

Day One

  • Arrive in the Big Apple, New York, NY!
  • Meet your Green Light tour manager
  • Lunch at Bubba Gump’s Shrimp Company with a view of Times Square
  • Experience Times Square  Enjoy Central Park
  • Dinner at Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen
  • See Hamilton on Broadway
  • Check into hotel in New Jersey

Day Two

  • Continental breakfast at hotel
  • Broadway Classroom Clinic OR performance in the Madison Avenue Sculpture Garden 
  • Lunch in Little Italy
  • Explore Chinatown and SOHO
  • Walk over the Brooklyn Bridge
  • Take a subway ride back to midtown
  • Dinner at Saigon 48
  • See Aladdin on Broadway

Day Three

  • Continental breakfast at hotel
  • See the Statue of Liberty
  • Ellis Island Immigrant Experience and Museum
  • Lunch at Hudson Eats
  • Visit the 9/11 Memorial and Museum
  • Enjoy One World Observatory
  • Dinner at Zeytuna Market

Day Four

  • Continental breakfast at hotel
  • Shopping on Fabulous 5th Avenue
  • Lunch in Rockefeller Center
  • Depart for home