New York offers theatre at all levels, from modern existential productions to intimate dinner theatre to the ever-famous Broadway. Both nytheatre.com and newyorkcitytheatre.com are complete guides to Broadway, off-Broadway and off-off Broadway and publish all kind of information about show times, reviews, and a variety of theatre events. They also include reviews, listings, features, and ticket information.
Between more of the 40 large theatres concentrated near Times Square, there are 3 must-see theatres in NYC:
Ticket prices for Broadway musicals average $122, although some premieres and top seats are much more.
There are also frequent last-minute deals and discounts, as well as inexpensive off-Broadway and experimental productions throughout the city. This can be found at the box office, online, or through resellers. For example, TDF's TKTS Booth in Duffy Square offers many discounted tickets by waiting in line, on the day of the show.
The Metropolitan Opera in New York is one of the world's leading opera companies from its opening in 1883. It is one of the premier opera locations in the world.
The Avery Fisher Hall, which includes the New York Philharmonic, features the annual Great Performers at Lincoln Center festival and Jazz at Lincoln Center. Recent renovations have improved the acoustics and is considered one of the best places in New York to observe classical music.
Culture bursts out of every avenue in New York and museums are plentiful. NYC hosts almost 100 museums, for all interests and budgets. Some of the most important are located on Museum Mile on the upper east side. Between all these incredible collections, the Guggenheim and the Met are the most famous.
Outside the Museum Mile, many, many more museums exist.
Top NYC Museums:
Children's culture is not elected in NYC. Museums for the youngest New Yorkers can be found on Ny.com/kids/museums with descriptions and age distinctions. For free days, check out Ny.com/museums/free. To check out the complete list of all museums listed in NYC visit NY.com/museums/.
Notice that, most museums, attractions and historical sites offer tours as well. Check their website and call sites you are interested in directly to ask what services and languages are available.
There are many different publications and websites that do their best to keep abreast of the nonstop happenings in New York.