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2011 Museum Wish List

One of the best places to discover the pulse of a city is within its museums. And several of the country's top museums have pulse-pounding exhibits scheduled for 2011. Here are a few you may want to add to your vacation wish list. read more »

Fun facts about the Statue of Liberty

Did you ever wonder what the different parts of the Statue of Liberty represent? Did you know that in high winds Lady Liberty’s torch can sway up to 5 inches? Find out everything you ever wanted to know about this famous New York attraction below. read more »

Mobile Munchies From Coast to Coast – Budget-minded travelers can load up on taste and local color from street-side vendors

Food carts once were known for hot dogs and soft pretzels, but these days, their offerings have evolved to anything from asian-fusion tacos to gourmet desserts. Here are a few stand-outs from two of our favorite cities. read more »

New Year’s Eve in Times Square – Be a part of New York City’s boisterous, joyous countdown to 2011.

New York City’s bustling Times Square annually hosts one of the world’s most famous New Year’s celebrations. In anticipation of the famous ball drop, more than a million revelers throng the square each Dec. 31, jockeying for places and sightlines. Millions more tune in to watch the televised festivities from the comfort of their homes. read more »

Have apps, will travel

Let these budget-boosting travel apps hone your sightseeing, pinpoint delicious eats, even reduce your line time at Disneyland.

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Black Friday Alternatives in the Big Apple

New York City offers one of the best retail experiences in the world. But even the most die-hard consumer can feel overwhelmed at the prospect of shopping the Big Apple on one of the busiest days of the year: Black Friday, the retail-centric day after Thanksgiving that traditionally marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season. What if you want to bypass the line of shoppers that are sure to snake throughout the city and still get your splurge on? read more »

CityPASS Winter Special

Beginning Dec. 15, 2011, CityPASS attraction tickets for New York, Hollywood, Seattle, Boston and Philadelphia are good for up to 76 days, until Feb. 28, 2011. That's up to 67 extra days to use your CityPASS tickets! read more »

World-famous Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Arrives Nov. 12

New York City has plenty of stars, but not one of them is quite as big or shines so bright as the legendary tree that sprouts up each holiday season at Rockefeller Center. In fact, the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Rockefeller Center is as much a New York tradition as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade or New Year’s Eve in Times Square. read more »

Fine Dining in Fine Museums – A perfect finish to a visual feast

CityPASS is renowned for providing travelers with exceptional adventures at fantastic prices. But what to do with all the money you’ll save? Sure, there’s always shopping for souvenirs, but what about something a little different? How about celebrating your savvy traveler instincts – not to mention indulging your taste buds – with an artful meal in a museum setting? read more »

Autumn in New York City Ushers in a Season of Beauty

Fall is the perfect time to vacation in New York City: Summer’s crush of humanity and humidity has subsided, kids are heading back to school, dining menus turn toward delicious harvest cuisine, and a welcome crispness is in the air. read more »

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