Explore all the things to do in Manhattan, NY
The ideal base of operations for your New York City adventure, the Manhattan Broadway Hotel puts you right in the heart of the city’s most sought after location. Within a five-minute walk of the hotel, you’ll find famous attractions like Times Square, the Empire State Building and Broadway theaters. Guests are also situated within moments of famous NYC landmarks, a cutting edge dining scene, fashionable shopping and world-class cultural destinations.
Times Square is considered by many to be the essence of New York City. Pulsating with neon magnificence and home to the most famous New Year’s Eve celebration in the world, the intersection of Broadway and Seventh Ave. boasts 40 theaters and over 250 restaurants serving up everything from street food to international fine dining cuisine.
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
Showcasing a total area of 1,800,000 square feet and 840,000 square feet of exhibition space, this architectural masterpiece is the site of the biggest events in The Big Apple.
Empire State Building
An NYC skyline icon since 1931, this 102-story landmark soars more than a quarter mile into the Manhattan sky. On clear days you can see 80 miles in every direction from the observation deck and at night the views are simply breathtaking.
Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Hamilton, Chicago, The Book of Mormon and more. Watch the lights go down and the curtain go up on the world’s most famous plays, comedies and musicals. You’ll also find lesser known, but just as dazzling, performances at dozens of Off Broadway theaters.
Penn Station & Madison Square Garden
Located entirely underground directly beneath Madison Square Garden, this train station is the gateway to NYC and the busiest passenger transportation facility in the Western Hemisphere.
Famous for its bohemian vibe, SoHo is home to cobblestone side streets lined with charming sidewalk cafés, art galleries, boutiques and street vendors hawking everything from handmade jewelry, hats, and purses to art.
Chelsea is today what SoHo used to be: the epicenter of New York City’s contemporary art scene. In addition to the stunning new Whitney Museum of American Art, you’ll find The High Line, a 1.5-mile elevated park and walking path built on the tracks of an abandoned elevated train track.
This neighborhood’s delightful, tree-lined avenues offer a little bit of everything, from intimate restaurants and cafés to uber-cool cocktail bars and eclectic boutiques.