The Museum of Natural History, with lunch in the Upper West Side before dropping in on Strawberry Fields
Tour across Central Park; visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art - or perhaps the Guggenheim - before making your way down to the zoo
Why not catch a Broadway show, or a game?
Visit Times Square and explore the High Line
Walking tours of Greenwich Village and SoHo, free time on Canal Street, and dinner in Chinatown or Little Italy
Eye-popping views atop the Empire State building and Top of the Rock
A humbling stop at the 9/11 Memorial
A ferry ride to Ellis Island, touching distace from the Statue of Liberty
Visit the Financial District before hopping on a commented zephyr cruise of Lower Manhattan
And that's just the tip of the skyscraper.
Here's what's on deck:
A bilingual Tour Leader who will stay with your group 24/7 and immerse your students into their itinerary.
Fun and fascinating workshops, from hands-on Hispanic art to toe-tapping salsa.
Fantastic meals at local restaurants, from Dominican to Cuban, where the learning continues at the dinner table.
Creative cultural excursions, including a trip to the MET Cloisters museum's famous Spanish Fuentiduefia Chapel, and a lovely Latin American theatre performance at the Repertorio EspanolFree time to explore and shop in neighbourhoods like Battery Park and Washington Heights, a great place to practice your Spanish.
Here's a sampler of our program:
The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, host to many notable artistic institutions like the New York Philharmonic, the Metropolitan Opera and the New York City Ballet.
Unparalleled views of New York from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck on the 70th floor of the Rockefeller Center.
An amazing 'stage combat' workshop we've cooked up for you. Another acting skill to add to your repertoire :)
Places, people! We have Broadway tickets for you :) When we send you your quote, simply consult our Broadway terms and conditions, as well as the list of plays & shows and let us know your 3 preferred choices and budget per ticket.
The chance to meet some of Broadway's most gifted artists one-on-one! They'll recount their experiences as a professional actor, director, choreographer, casting director and/or agent. Topics will include the challenges of the business, why they chose their particular profession and even some backstage anecdotes!
Radio City Music Hall: home of the precision dance company and the Rockettes, not to mention the longtime host of the Grammy Awards, the Tony Awards, the Daytime Emmy Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards, and the NFL Draft!