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Teach By Travel - New York City - USA

Broadway Performance
Rear mezzanine seats to an evening Broadway performance.

NBC Studio Tour
Since 1933, the NBC Studio Tour has offered this historic experience that takes you through the halls and into the studios of NBC's New York operations! On the NBC Studio Tour journey through 30 Rockefeller Plaza, you will visit the NBC Sharp Globe Theater, Broadcast Operations, the Make-up Room, and even produce your very own news and weather program in the High Definition Mini-Control Studio!

Manhattan Triangle Walking Sightseeing Program
These three sights make up one of the most popular triangles in the world. All within walking distance of one another, they are three of the most visited places in NYC. Times Square with its mesmerizing bright lights and Broadway Theaters, Rockefeller Center with its 22 acres of skyscrapers, and finally Central Park, Manhattan’s lush backyard.

This walking tour will take students to each location, showing specific highlights and pointing out well-known locations from television and motion pictures.

Guggenheim Museum
Completed in 1959, the Guggenheim's Frank Lloyd Wright–designed museum is among the 20th century's most important architectural landmarks. The museum's great rotunda has been the site of many celebrated special exhibitions, while its smaller galleries are devoted to the Guggenheim's renowned collection, which ranges from Impressionism through contemporary art.

Entrance to the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
The Metropolitan Museum of Art features a permanent collection of more than two million works, divided among nineteen curatorial departments.

Fashion District Walking Tour
Learn the history of the apparel industry in NYC from Henry Hudson to the present, including significant events in the evolution of the industry - Mass Production, the sewing machine, the development of ‘sizes’, the invention of synthetic fibers, and more. Also learn how the garment center of today arrived at its current location. Depending on availability, enjoy visits to a showroom and perhaps a sample sale as well, a factory where garments are spread and cut prior to sewing, the location where Calvin, Donna, Ralph and Oscar have their workspace, Mood Fabrics, familiar to "Project Runway” fans, as well as a walk through the historic streets of the fashion district.

Chelsea Art Gallery Tour
Spend two leisurely hours viewing New York's finest contemporary art in the hip galleries clustered in this wonderland of art. Explore emerging and established trends, discover up-and-coming artists, and the world of art stars and dealers. You will develop a nuanced understanding of contemporary art and enrich your own visual experience.

Manhattan Outdoor Public Art Tour
Lower Manhattan is not only a convenient area to walk, but it's rich in public art. By connecting the dots, or rather, the geographical points of the sculptures and installations, New York becomes a big free outdoor museum.

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
Visit to famous Statue of Liberty and the check-in station of immigration, Ellis Island.

Round-trip transportation (Airfare or Coach)
Transfers aboard a deluxe, restroom-equipped motor coach
Three breakfasts
Lunch at Carnegie Deli
Three-course dinner at Hard Rock Café, Times Square (Classic Rock menu includes dessert, coffee, tea and soft drinks)
Three-course dinner at Il Cortile, Little Italy (includes dessert, soda and mineral water)
Ticket to a Broadway Show
Entrance to MOMA
Entrance to Guggenheim Museum

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New York City