No one should visit NYC without at least walking through the theatre district. If possible see a play. We saw Beautiful with forth rows seats and were sad to see it end.
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A must see, especially Time Square. Be prepared for a mass of humanity. Patients is key. Police presence was everywhere. We felt very safe. Amazing place. The lights are, really bright, on Broadway.
Hello Dolly with Bette Midler is a must see but you better hurry, she will not perform after mid January! She was Divine as well as FABULOUS! The electricity in the theatre was outstanding, everyone was screaming when she came on stage, especially when she...More
Still busy as ever with many shops and shoppers. Being one of the crazies I was right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the holiday shoppers.
Very vibrant part of the city,love the buzz of Broadway.....billboards aplenty flashing lights and lots of characters around. Love it.
We had 2 nights out to watch Phantom and then Wicked. I advise you get to your show early as some of the queues are ridiculously busy and often mix with another Theatre.
A visit to Broadway is a must when visiting New York City, it is so long and there is always something happening.
How great to walk these famous streets, I wish my husband had been willing to do a show. If you go you must see a show. But even if you don't it is still a wonderful place to see.