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What's Good to Do on a Day in Harlem?
(April 13, 2018) - What's good to do on a day in Harlem? The neighborhood is rich in history and offers so much to see. While the more popular neighborhoods that tourists like to check out aren't as far north in Manhattan don't disregard Harlem. Take the short subway ride uptown for some good soul food and activities that go beyond just the normal tourist spots. (read the story...)


Treat Mom to a Mother's Day Cruise in NYC!
(April 09, 2018) - This year, Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 13. If you’re in the city that weekend with your mom, skip the agony over which Vera Bradley purse she’ll like and take her on an exciting cruise around the city! (read the story...)


The Best Sightseeing Passes for NYC
(March 26, 2018) - There’s so much to do and see in New York City that you’d be hard-pressed to do and see it all. Package pass deals are one of the best ways to see as much as possible in the city with whatever time you have. Go way beyond the New York Pass with these five alternatives that will help you experience the sights and sounds of NYC at a discount. (read the story...)


Kids Cruise New York City for Just a Buck!
(March 26, 2018) - New York Coupons: Kids Cruise on Circle Line for $1 in March! Spring is here. Treat your little ones to a cruise around New York City for only $1 with Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises! (Adult tickets required; tickets must be purchased online in advance.) (read the story...)


A Tour of Nora Ephron's New York
(March 23, 2018) - Nora Ephron is a pillar of New York culture. As a ground-breaking female writer/director, she helped define the New York romantic comedy with films like When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, and You’ve Got Mail. Read on for an Ephron-themed tour, including filming locations and some of the writer/director’s own former residences. (read the story...)


NYC Secrets: 11 New York City Islands That Aren't Manhattan
(March 23, 2018) - New York City seems like the center of the world—so much so that its geography can seem irrelevant when you’re on a visit. But when you zoom out on the map, you might begin to notice the other land masses surrounding Manhattan, from Roosevelt Island to Staten Island to Governors Island. (read the story...)


New York Savings | Ride THE RIDE for Less with City Guide's Coupon Code
(March 21, 2018) - A new twist on a bus tour, THE RIDE turns the streets of New York into a stage. Enjoy it at a $10 discount with City Guide's coupon code. (read the story...)


Discount Savings on NYC's THE TOUR
(March 21, 2018) - Now ride THE TOUR for less with City Guide's exclusive coupon code. (read the story...)


New York Coupons: $5 Off at the FDNY Fire Zone
(March 20, 2018) - New York Coupons: FDNY Fire Zone. When you make a purchase of $25 or more at the FDNY Fire Zone, get a special deal of $5 off with the City Guide discount. (read the story...)


Coupon Code for Madame Tussauds New York
(March 20, 2018) - Use City Guide's coupon code to save at Madame Tussauds New York, the only place with no ropes or barriers holding you back from getting photos with your favorite celebrities. (read the story...)


Intrepid Coupon Code: $5 Admission Discount from City Guide
(March 20, 2018) - Enjoy discount admission to the history and heritage of the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum with City Guide's coupon code. (read the story...)


One World Observatory Coupon Code: Save 20%!
(March 20, 2018) - Take advantage of the discount with City Guide's coupon code for One World Observatory, perched atop the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. (read the story...)


Book an NYC Scavenger Hunt with Watson Adventures
(March 09, 2018) - Whether you’re looking to join up on one of their public hunts, or you have a private or corporate event, Watson Adventures will deliver challenging clues designed to send you on an exhilarating two-hour journey. Their New York division has an abundance of hunts for kids, teens, and adults, from the Bronx Zoo to Brooklyn Heights and plenty of places in between. (read the story...)


New York's Easter Parade
(March 05, 2018) - Easter in New York brings egg hunts, fine brunches, and a bonnet-filled procession down Fifth Avenue that's been a city tradition for over a century. Celebrate the holiday in true New York fashion with a trip to the Easter Parade. (read the story...)


New York Coupons: Discount Code for Ripley's Believe It or Not!
(March 05, 2018) - Get a coupon code to see unbelievable oddities at a discount at Ripley's Believe It or Not! (read the story...)


What's Good to Do on a Day in SoHo?
(March 02, 2018) - What's good to do on a day in Soho? From shopping to dining and drinking, here are a few fun suggestions. (read the story...)


Indulge Your Inner Bond at SPYSCAPE, NYC's Brand-New Spy Museum
(February 22, 2018) - Ever wanted to be a secret agent? Your dreams will come true at SPYSCAPE, the museum where you’ll learn about spies and become one yourself! Come immerse yourself in a museum like no other in this brand-new Manhattan attraction. (read the story...)


Bridezillas Museum of Natural Hysteria Comes to Times Square
(February 20, 2018) - Friday, February 23, revisit the reality show that catapulted the word “bridezilla” into the zeitgeist. In honor of the return of Bridezillas to WeTV, the network is opening the Museum of Natural Hysteria at 4 Times Square. (read the story...)


What's Good to Do on a Day in Washington Heights?
(February 16, 2018) - What's good to do on a day in Washington Heights? From Fort Tryon Park to "La Casa del Mofongo," you'll find plenty to check out here. (read the story...)


Things to Do in the Flatiron District in NYC
(February 15, 2018) - The Flatiron District takes its name from the Flatiron Building, the endlessly photographed wedge-shaped building on 23rd Street and Fifth Avenue. The boundaries of the neighborhood push north of 23rd Street into what used to be considered a portion of the NoMad neighborhood, and south down towards Union Square. After you snap your perfect pic in front of the Flatiron, you have endless options to explore. We’ve narrowed them down for you, whether you’re looking to shop, eat, explore, or all of the above! (read the story...)


Offbeat Valentine's Day Ideas in NYC
(February 05, 2018) - Anyone can go the dinner and dancing routine for Valentine’s Day; you’re looking for the unexpected, the offbeat side of New York City. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up a selection of, shall we say, more unusual options, from a carousel to the opera. After all, when you’ve whirled around in a luminescent jellyfish with someone, you’ll get a pretty good idea of whether your relationship is one for the ages—or not. (read the story...)


NYC's 10 Best Escape Rooms
(February 02, 2018) - If you've never experienced one of New York City’s famed escape rooms, then you’re in for a real treat with these ten challenges. The gist is simple: get yourself and your teammates out of a locked room using hidden clues and quick-thinking, and do it within sixty minutes (at most). Sounds fun, right? Trust us, it definitely is. (read the story...)


What to Do with a Family Over a Winter Weekend in NYC
(February 02, 2018) - NYC is still in its winter months, where going up and down the streets of New York City sightseeing can be cold, and if coupled with a harsh wind chill factor, unbearable. So what else can you do to occupy your time in NYC without freezing any limbs off? Here’s a list of winter activities the whole family can enjoy, even when the temperatures are low. (read the story...)


Top 10 NYC Must-See Spring Festivals
(February 02, 2018) - NYC spring festivals are a great way to join the rest of the city as it comes out of hibernation and back into action. The ten festivals that follow cover an array of interests, from food and film to music and culture. (read the story...)


The Best Ways to Celebrate Chinese New Year in NYC
(January 31, 2018) - Every winter, New York celebrates the Chinese New Year with parades, performances, and maybe a dumpling or two. In the Chinese 12-year cycle, 2018 is the Year of the Dog. Read on for the best ways to celebrate Chinese New Year in New York City. (read the story...)



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