|Day 1 ||Mon., May 14th Fly to New York City |
Fly nonstop to New York City, checking into the Sheraton Times Square.
|Day 2 ||Tues., May 15th Manhattan’s Uptown & Broadway Performance |
Travel to Manhattan’s Upper West Side to Lincoln Center and learn the history of this famous performing arts complex. Tour the exquisite Cathedral of St. John the Divine, the fourth largest Christian church in the world. View Harlem’s recent renaissance and pass the famous Cotton Club. Stroll through Central Park and travel along the posh Upper East Side. This evening it’s off for a performance on Broadway.
|Day 3 ||Wed., May 16th 9/11 Memorial, Manhattan’s Downtown & Broadway Performance |
Visit the World Trade Center site and the new 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero. View New York’s Skyline from One World Observatory. Walk along Wall Street’s concrete canyons and travel through the eclectic neighborhoods of Greenwich Village and SoHo. Tonight enjoy a second Broadway performance.
|Day 4 ||Thurs., May 17th Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island& Broadway Performance |
Travel by ferry across the New York Harbor from Battery Park to Liberty Island, home of the Statue of Liberty. Continue to Ellis Island, which chronicles the journey of millions of immigrants to America. Tonight enjoy a third Broadway performance.
|Day 5 ||Fri., May 18th The Metropolitan Museum of Art & Museum of Natural History |
Start your day with a visit to the world’s finest collections of Impressionist Art and a variety of other exhibits at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Next, take a guided highlights tour of The American Museum of Natural History, one of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world. There will be an optional Broadway performance this evening if 3 shows are just not enough.
|Day 6 ||Sat., May 19th Radio City Music Hall Tour & Home |
Our last day in New York City concludes with a tour of Radio City Music, one of the most legendary venues in world. Fly to California, returning to Manteca, Stockton and Lodi.