Posts Tagged: Must-see New York

Discount Broadway Tickets | TKTS Booths

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Where to buy Discount Broadway tickets banner

Both tourists and locals alike want to see Broadway shows.  Some get “sticker shock” when they are confronted with the retail ticket prices.  All of a sudden, a night out at the theatre for two looks like it might run you $400 or more.  Never fear, there are multiple ways to get discount Broadway tickets and […]

Just a Times Square Cowboy

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Naked Cowboy

Times Square has many iconic features: the Coca-Cola advertisement, Broadway show billboards, the New Year’s Eve Ball, and… a man wearing only underwear, a cowboy hat and a pair of cowboy boots.  Ladies and Gentlemen, meet The Naked Cowboy! The Naked Cowboy was born Robert John Burck on December 23, 1970.  He started off his performing […]

Katz’s Deli NYC | When Harry Met Sally

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Katz's Deli Where Harry Met Sally

Katz’s Deli – Where Harry Met Sally 205 East Houston Street (corner of Ludlow), New York, NY 10002 (map).  Take a look inside. Open: M-W:  8am-10:45pm, Thu: 8am-2:45am, Fri: 8am- all night!, Sat: All day!, Sunday: until 10:45pm.   What’s the hype about Katz’s Deli? When it comes to Jewish delicatessens, Katz’s is the undisputed […]

New York TV Show Tickets

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Free TV Show Tickets NYC

This post is about how to get tickets to New York TV shows. While visiting NYC, not only do you have the opportunity to see amazing sights, you can attend live filming of some of your favorite TV shows!  Saturday Night Live, Good Morning America, the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and more film in New […]

The Woolworth Building Tours

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Tours of the Woolworth Building NYC

In 1913, New York City watched as the 57 floors of the newly built Woolworth Building were lit up by electric lights.  A special switch was thrown by President Woodrow Wilson in Washington DC to light up the recently completed “tallest building in the world.”  This Neo Gothic skyscraper was designed by Cass Gilbert for […]

Walking Across the Brooklyn Bridge

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New York Brooklyn Bridge

The aim of this post is to help you plan for walking across the Brooklyn Bridge – how to get to it, where to start, when to go, what else there is to do around the bridge. Be sure to read of our self-guided tour of the Brooklyn Bridge.  We also list several guided walking tours […]

Friends Apartment Building in New York

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The Friends Apartment NYC

This post will explain how you can find the apartment building used in the hit TV show “Friends”. Tourists from all over the world trek into Greenwich Village in search of the “Friends” Apartment Building at the corner of Grove and Bedford Streets. This is a regular stop on the Free Tours by Foot’s Greenwich […]