This is a busy area and we visited during the week. Lots of restaurants and places to shop. Lots of high end stores which is great if that's what your looking for
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Broadway is bold and brash, any theatre lover must surely see at least one production while in New York. To get your choice of seats, it is probably best to book your tickets before you travel. Multiple theatres on Broadway offer a cornucopia of shows,...More
The company created to make seeing Broadway easy failed! After taking my money, there was no one to be seen with my ticket. Then when requesting a refund, all I heard back was lies about how the ticket holder was there. I bought a ticket...More
We arrived early for our show Cats. We decided instead of standing on line let’s make the most of our time. We strolled around to find many changes taking place. Noticing it’s heavily under construction and dirty also filled with a lot of undesirable characters.
Maybe this is too basic, but what most people think of Broadway is really Times Square whereas Broadway is a street that cuts diagonally through midtown Manhattan. Most of the quality theaters are clustered in about a 4-by-8 block area around Times Square, so do...More
First trip to New York, and Broadway exceeded my expectations. I had no idea there were so many shows offered, and it was exhilarating just to walk down the street and see all of the marquees. We saw Phantom of the Opera, which was absolutely...More
Compact area containing many of the main places you'd want to visit, especially for food and entertainment. Use a rickshaw or metro to get around. Research it in advance!