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New York City Guide: What, When, Where, Why to Visit

It’s “The City That Never Sleeps.” New York, NY: The City So Nice, They Named it Twice. Dubbed the Center of The Universe and The Capital of the World, New York City stands alone when it comes to everything from the arts and industry to fashion and food. Home to Wall Street and Broadway, it sets the pace for just about everything. As Frank Sinatra sang: “If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere.” It’s a diverse melting pot and includes five boroughs: the islands of Manhattan and Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx, each with its own distinct character. read more »

Tour Du Jour: Take A Tour in A CityPASS City!

Looking for a new view of your favorite city? Want to get insider information on your next vacation? Or perhaps you just want someone to show you around. You already know that CityPASS is the great way to get acquainted with many of North America’s most amazing attractions. But to complement your CityPASS experience, you should consider signing up for a tour in the next city on your itinerary. A tour can hook you up with an exclusive, behind-the-scenes peek that you'd never get on your own. Here are just a few of the coolest tours taking place in CityPASS cities across the country. read more »

What to Do Pre-Game and Post-Game in New York City for Super Bowl XLVIII

Super Bowl in NYC If you are planning an NYC Super Bowl adventure and are looking for some fun pre- and post-game activities, CityPASS has you covered.  Since this year’s Super Bowl committee has banned tailgating before the game, you might need a few ideas for how to spend the hours leading up to and following the big game. After all, if you’re in New York City, you might as well see the sights! read more »

New Year's Traditions From Around The World

New Year's Traditions Families all over the world have distinctive New Year’s Day traditions that make this holiday so special. Do you plan on partying with friends, imbibing some drinks and watching fireworks as 2013 gives way to 2014? Or do you plan on staying home, getting cozy and watching the ball drop on television? Regardless of what your plans are, CityPASS is going to take a trip around the world to highlight some New Year’s traditions, along with a few regional New Year’s traditions around the U.S.—so buckle up! read more »

Hanukkah & Menorah Lighting Ceremonies Around the US

National Menorah With the upcoming Hanukkah holiday in mind, CityPASS would like to show you some of the biggest, brightest, and most festive menorah lighting ceremonies around the U.S. Whether you’re Jewish by faith, by birth, or not at all, the cultural significance of these ceremonies is something that can be enjoyed by all. Happy Hanukkah! read more »

Ellis Island: Up and running and as fascinating as ever

Ellis Island, the former federal immigration processing center and one of the nation’s most popular and significant historic sites, is up and running again on a limited basis following Hurricane Sandy. The October 2012 storm may have flooded buildings and pummeled the 27.5-acre island in New York Harbor, but my recent visit proved that the place is still as fascinating as ever. read more »

Settle Into The Season With New Museum Exhibits

Special exhibit season is in full swing at many museums throughout the country. The holidays are a perfect time to catch an exhibit you’ve heard or read about. Museum hopping, snow falling, hot cocoa sipping, street strolling...there’s something special about this time of year. Add one of these museums and exhibits to your holiday list today. read more »

The History of NYC's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Macy's Day Parade For over 80 years, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has started the holiday season off with glorious floats, balloons, music and fun. You may watch the parade every year with friends and loved ones, but do you know the immense history behind one of the most exciting traditions in our country? For those young and old, take a journey with CityPASS as we recollect the history of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. read more »

Grand Central Station: Stay Awhile, Hidden Gems Inside

A trip to New York City isn’t complete without a visit to “the world’s loveliest station” Grand Central Terminal, more affectionately known to most of us as Grand Central Station. In fact, there is a very good chance, if you happened to be traveling in or out of the state of New York over the last 100 years, Grand Central might have been your first stop over in The Big Apple (the station just celebrated its 100th Anniversary!). read more »

Ready, Set, Go...ING New York City Marathon is ON

There's no question that the massive spectacle known as the ING New York City Marathon is regarded by many to be one of the most exhilarating events of NYC's fall season. After being canceled last year—a first in the marathon’s 40-year-plus history—due to Hurricane Sandy, this year's race, on Sunday, promises to be bigger and better than ever. A record 48,000 runners from around the world—elite marathoners, para-athletes, seasoned amateurs and determined first-timers—will test their mettle on a scenic 26.2-mile course that winds through all five boroughs of the City. read more »

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