Destination Directory

New York City

New York City

  • You've seen Al Roker on NBC's TODAY. Now, he's getting ready to trade in early morning weather reports for evenings filled with pie.

  • It's officially the start of the holiday season! Nothing says holidays in New York City more than the Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes. This joyful, one-of-a-kind holiday celebration brings together family, friends and loved ones. The legendary Rockettes dazzle crowds at this annual event, with brilliant dance numbers and show-stopping routines.

    Broadway Inbound had the opportunity to speak with one of the lovely and talented ladies of the Rockettes, Brittany Paige Snyder, about life as a Rockette and what's in store for audiences this year.

  • Chinese New Year—also known as Lunar New Year and Spring Festival—is one of the world's most celebrated annual events. Your groups don't have to travel far to celebrate. These five North American destinations host huge celebrations.

  • Whether your clients are looking for someplace to dig their toes into the sand or to sip steaming cocoa while watching the snowflakes fall, these North American destinations bring the holiday cheer—each in its own unique style.

  • There's nothing like experiencing the fall in New York City. Besides enjoying all the fall foliage and of course, all the pumpkin spice flavored things one could want, there are exciting things happening on Broadway. This season is filled with new shows, so grab your favorite hot beverage and scroll through this list to see what's coming!

  • As the pandemic continues, signs of light are beginning to emerge on the horizon. Such is the case in New York City, where NYC & Company—New York City's official destination marketing organization and convention and visitors bureau—is predicting 36.4 million visitors will visit in 2021, a sharp contrast to the only 22.3 million visitors welcomed in 2020.

  • Broadway, shopping, sports, history, art... the reasons to visit New York are never-ending, and the ways to experience the city are ever-evolving.

  • Robert Miller, Esq. is a retired New York attorney with a master's degree in tourism administration. He was recognized in Groups Today's Top 10 Next Gens feature in the January/February 2015 magazine. Here, he reflects on translating his love of NYC into great experiences for groups.

  • Lovers of art and culture, rejoice!

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which had previously not been closed for more than three days in more than a century, announced it plans to reopen to visitors on Saturday, August 29, 2020. The reopening will be the first time visitors will be back inside the museum, closed since March 13, 2020.

  • The start of a new decade means new opportunity for adventure is on the horizon.

  • Fans of Amazon Prime's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel have much to be thrilled about, thanks to On Location Tour's show-themed experience in bustling New York City. Get your best '50s outfit and red lipstick ready!

  • One World Observatory affords groups unique panoramic views of New York City, its most iconic sites and the surrounding waters from an unreal 1,250-foot (381-meter) vantage point. Learn more about the interactive learning opportunities and delectable culinary offerings that await groups at the top!

  • There are 41 official Broadway theaters in New York City.

  • "The flurry of lights and music and dancing—live and in-person—creates a rush you can't get anywhere else but in New York City." – Bob Hofmann, Vice President of Broadway Inbound.