Forever at the forefront, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is not only devoted to presenting the best in contemporary art, but also to promoting the understanding of modern art and expanding the definition of what is considered art in the first place. Whether it’s showing you something you’ve never seen before, or showing you how to see something familiar in a new way, MoMA is always an eye- and mind-opening experience.
The Escape Game New York City
Located in Midtown Manhattan, The Escape Game is the NYC location of one of America’s top escape room and immersive adventure venues. As a premier provider of escape rooms, The Escape Game’s adventures play like Hollywood blockbusters with twists, turns and jaw-dropping surprises around every corner.
A Giant Experience in a Miniature World! Gulliver’s Gate is a technologically advanced, interactive and immersive world of miniatures covering 50,000 square feet that will ignite your imagination and challenge your perspective.
Top of the Rock
Perched 70 stories above Rockefeller Center, Top of the Rock Observation Deck offers 3-floors of panoramic, 360-degree views unequaled anywhere else in NYC. Explore the architecture and landmarks by day or sunset, or become memorized by the lights of the ‘city that never sleeps’.
Situated in the heart of Manhattan located at 59th Street and 6th Avenue, the iconic Wollman Rink is one of the most beautiful skating and event venues in the world. With spectacular views of the New York City skyline, the Wollman Rink offers an experience unlike any other. With programs that cater to the entire family, Wollman Rink continues to be at the top of every visitors list while also becoming a home to New Yorkers and local skating enthusiasts. From learning to skate to competitive hockey and our world-class private events, Wollman Rink’s experienced team will ensure that from the moment you step out on to the ice, your visit will be unforgettable.
National September 11th Memorial & Museum
The National September 11 Memorial and Museum remembers and honors those killed in the terrorist attacks of 9/11/2001 and 2/26/1993, those who risked their lives to save others, and all who demonstrated extraordinary compassion in the aftermath through commemoration, exhibitions and educational programs. The memorial consists of two reflecting pools set in the footprints of the Twin Towers, with names of the victims inscribed in bronze around the pools. The museum serves as the principal institution concerned with exploring the implications of the events of 9/11, documenting their impact and exploring 9/11’s continuing significance.
RPM Raceway is America’s ultimate all-electric indoor go-kart and entertainment destination, providing an authentic, exhilarating and memorable racing experience second only to climbing into an actual race car. RPM Raceway’s electric go-karts are designed to give you a taste of the challenge of formula racing and the best way to learn more about our karts is to race them. Come to RPM Raceway and get the high-RPM experience.
Statue Cruises, the authorized concessionaire of the National Park Service, provides ferry service to the Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island. In addition, Statue Cruises now offers timed tickets to the historic landmarks, making the trip even easier.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
Ripley’s Times Square in New York City will astonish your visitors! Currently the largest “Believe It or Not!” in North America with 20+ galleries and more than 500 artifacts from the Ripley’s Collection. Featuring brand new galleries and interactive exhibits, the “Little Apple” room and Smash Dash. Perfect for visitors and groups of all ages, to experience the unheard of, unimaginable and astonishing.
Pennsylvania Horticultural Society – Meadowbrook Farm
Designed and created by J. Liddon Pennock, Jr. (1913-2003), Meadowbrook Farm remains his garden legacy. Situated on 25 acres in Abington Township to the north of Philadelphia, 18 of those acres are lightly-managed, second-growth woods and the remaining seven acres contain the private house, display gardens, and garden center. The original parcel of 150 acres, the house, and its furnishings were given to Liddon and his wife, Alice Herkness (1915-1996), as a wedding gift by her parents in 1936.