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    Arcadia Earth

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    Underwater worlds, mystical forests, and underground caves are just some of the few immersive adventures you will experience in this 18-room exhibition. The 15,000-square-foot pop-up uses virtual reality, technological art and interactive environments, to bring to light the grave impacts of humanity’s ecological footprint. The beauty of our Earth is majestically put into the spotlight through the various rooms in this art installations. As you look around the room, you will be awed to uncover that everything you see was created using recycled and biodegradable materials.
    Arcadia Earth

    718 Broadway, New York

    • Immerse yourself in this 18-room interactive Earth exhibit
    • Experience the merging of upcycled art and virtual reality
    • Absorb the artists’ messages through think pieces and video directives
    • Leave with plenty of Instagrammable photos to share with family and friends
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    2 positive reviews
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    New York City Helicopter Tour

    Your New York sightseeing adventure begins as you fly along the Hudson River toward the harbor, passing Manhattan's Financial District, Woolworth Building and Ellis Island. After a bird's-eye view of the Statue of Liberty, you'll fly over Governors Island and the Verrazano Bridge joining Brooklyn and Staten Island.

    Returning up the Hudson, you'll pass the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid to view Midtown's famous skyscrapers: Empire State, Chrysler and Met Life (Pan Am) Buildings, along with Central Park, Yankee Stadium, St. John the Divine Cathedral, Columbia University, George Washington Bridge and the Palisade of New Jersey.

    Note: The listed price does not include a $30 per person heliport/security fee, payable at the time of tour check-in.
    New York City Helicopter Tour

    6 E River Bikeway, New York

    • Take the ultimate helicopter tour of NYC and even visit all five boroughs
    • See the Statue of Liberty, Yankee Stadium, Empire State Building, and Central Park, all from above!
    • Fly along the Hudson River and notice the unique characteristics of each NYC neighborhood
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    9/11 Memorial, Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island Tour

    This tour will bring out your true red, white, and blue. Your day begins with an early ferry ride to beat the crowds and explore the Statue of Liberty, followed by a visit to Ellis Island where you'll see the trials and tributes of immigrants looking for a chance in a free land. Afterwards, head back to Battery Park for a brief lunch break before heading through downtown Manhattan to pay your respects at the 9/11 museum. Here, witness stunning memorials of lives lost and American Heroes, before heading to the One World Observatory to be inspired by the brilliant experience. You will see the most popular -- and most pivotal -- sites in New York, without the complications of navigating crowds and planning the day yourself. Let your guides take care of the details and logistics while you appreciate this seminal piece of American history.
    9/11 Memorial, Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island Tour

    Barclay and Church St., New York

    • Visit 2 top attractions in NYC, the Statue of Liberty and the 9/11 Memorial, on this stress-free tour
    • Ride one of the first ferries of the day to Liberty Island where you'll have special pedestal access, and take a tour that will follow the steps of 12 million immigrants. Walk the Stairs of Separation and get a feel for how it must have felt for lovers and families as they awaited their fate–and the start of a new life in land of the free.
    • Walk to the 9/11 Memorial to see the Reflecting Pool and Ladder 10, and enjoy guaranteed access to the One World Observatory
    • Learn the fascinating history of Ellis Island, followed by lunch, and conclude the day with a trip to the 9/11 memorial, where you will hear stories of heroism in the face of tragedy. One World Tower is a testament to a city that was knocked down and got back up again. Get to the heart of that terrible tragedy and learn how NYC rebuilt itself bigger and better. Visit St. Pauls's church, where families and friends went to pray, offer support and await news in the immediate aftermath of the attacks; as testified by the hand-drawn card sand memorials, personal memorabilia and photographs that still hang there.
    • At the 9/11 Memorial too, your guide will make your visit that bit more special. See the Twin Reflecting Pools, built in the footprints of the World Trade Centre and engraved with the names of every victim. Learn the little nuances that make it more touching;like how staff place a single rose in the name of each victim on their birthday. Visit the Fireman’s Memorial to pay tribute to those brave men and women who worked around the clock after the attacks. See the Survivor’s Tree, a single tree which miraculously survived the attacks and was nursed back to health by New Yorkers, as a symbol of their enduring strength.
    • Experience some of the most important sites in American history
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    Handstands

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    What appeared on your childhood bucket list? Be the first President to ban broccoli, win the field day sack race, or maybe hold a handstand the longest? Channeling your inner acrobat, Aerial Arts teaches you the intricacies behind the challenging handstand. Improving your core strength, upper body, and balance, you'll learn the proper technique that will have you standing tall, upright, and unwavering... just upside down. In a fun and relaxed environment, embrace those childhood goals, and maybe even learn to walk on your hands!
    Handstands

    235 E 49th St, New York

    • Learn the proper form for balancing on your hands
    • Improve balance, and core and upper body strength as you practice handstands
    • Enjoy a fun and relaxed environment for a perfect workout
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    37 positive reviews
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    Sushi and Dumplings (BYOB)

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    The art of sushi making takes years to master but we'll get you up and running by the end of the evening, so that you can recreate the fun at home! We'll teach you the basics of making a delicious make and tempi rolls, that looks great and tastes even better. Experiment with your own combination of flavors to create a delicious roll. We'll also introduce you to the gentle art of dumpling folding and instruct you on a variety of ways to prepare them for your next dinner date. Bring your own drinks and come have fun in the kitchen with us! *This workshop does not use raw fish; instead we use veggies, crabmeat sticks and more. Must be 18+.
    Sushi and Dumplings (BYOB)

    109 W 27th St, New York

    • Bring your own drink to sip on as you perfect seasoning sushi rice
    • Roll delicious types of rolls such as California, hand rolls and "inside out" rolls
    • Learn to form your own veggie dumplings made in your group
    • Enjoy a memorable culinary experience with friends or a date
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    89 positive reviews
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    Drunk Shakespeare - Mezzanine

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    Performing a full Shakespeare play is hard. Performing a Shakespeare play while wasted is just as hard, however, so much more entertaining! Sit back and watch as 1 person from this talented team of actors take at least 5 shots of whiskey, then try to act out, let alone remember, one of The Bard's master works. The result is exciting, hilarious, passionate, and totally unpredictable. Like Macbeth said, Drink, sir, is a great provoker -- and provoke they will! Prepare to be wildly entertained by professional drinkers with a serious Shakespeare problem.
    Drunk Shakespeare - Mezzanine

    711 7th Ave, New York

    • Experience the intoxicating thrill of live theater with Drunk Shakespeare
    • Watch actors take several shots and then try to perform a Shakespeare play
    • Laugh at liquor-inspired interpretations of classic characters
    • Indulge in libations of your own as you watch the performance
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    288 positive reviews
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    Drunk Shakespeare - Stage-Side Seats

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    Performing a full Shakespeare play is hard. Performing a Shakespeare play while wasted is just as hard, however, so much more entertaining! Sit back and watch as 1 person from this talented team of actors take at least 5 shots of whiskey, then try to act out, let alone remember, one of The Bard's master works. The result is exciting, hilarious, passionate, and totally unpredictable. Like Macbeth said, Drink, sir, is a great provoker -- and provoke they will! Prepare to be wildly entertained by professional drinkers with a serious Shakespeare problem.
    Drunk Shakespeare - Stage-Side Seats

    711 7th Ave, New York

    • Experience the intoxicating thrill of live theater with Drunk Shakespeare
    • Watch actors take several shots and then try to perform a Shakespeare play
    • Laugh at liquor-inspired interpretations of classic characters
    • Indulge in libations of your own as you watch the performance
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    288 positive reviews
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    Chinatown and Little Italy Food Fest

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    The maze of narrow and chaotic streets that make up Chinatown and Little Italy are often intimidating and unknown to both visitors and locals alike. Join a walking tour led by an animated and friendly guide to learn more about these neighborhoods through fascinating historical stories and culinary delights. On this walking food tour, you'll visit seven different locations, while sampling food, culture and history. Enjoy a scrumptious cannoli one minute, and be headed to devour dumplings the next. Visiting everything from NYC staples to family-owned shops, hidden gems, and historic landmarks, you'll be engulfed in a food experience to remember. Your tasting menu may include:
    • Homemade mozzarella paired with prosciutto
    • Imported Italian cheeses
    • An authentic Sicilian pastry, cannoli
    • A tasty Italian surprise
    • Sit-down to Authentic Chinese meal
    • Authentic Chinese dumplings
    • A traditional Chinese pastry
    Note: All food tastings are included. This tour is recommended for ages 10 and up. Tastings are subject to change without notice. Exact meeting location provided upon ticket purchase. Please make note of any dietary restrictions or food allergies in the "Special Requests" section when placing your booking. The tour will do its best to accommodate your food requests (this includes vegetarian substitutions if necessary).
    Chinatown and Little Italy Food Fest

    Chinatown, New York

    • Traverse the eccentric Chinatown and Little Italy neighborhoods by foot
    • Visit seven different tasting locations
    • Eat delicious Chinese and Italian staples, from egg custard tarts and dumplings to cannoli and prosciutto
    • Explore the history and culture of these NYC hot spots
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    46 positive reviews
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    Drunk Shakespeare - Balcony Seats

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    Performing a full Shakespeare play is hard. Performing a Shakespeare play while wasted is just as hard, however, so much more entertaining! Sit back and watch as 1 person from this talented team of actors take at least 5 shots of whiskey, then try to act out, let alone remember, one of The Bard's master works. The result is exciting, hilarious, passionate, and totally unpredictable. Like Macbeth said, Drink, sir, is a great provoker -- and provoke they will! Prepare to be wildly entertained by professional drinkers with a serious Shakespeare problem.
    Drunk Shakespeare - Balcony Seats

    711 7th Ave, New York

    • Experience the intoxicating thrill of live theater with Drunk Shakespeare
    • Watch actors take several shots and then try to perform a Shakespeare play
    • Laugh at liquor-inspired interpretations of classic characters
    • Indulge in libations of your own as you watch the performance
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    288 positive reviews
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    Pizza Making

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    In this class, you'll learn how to make pizza from scratch, starting with choosing the right flour. You will then select the ingredients for your pizza, receive instruction on pizza-making techniques, and construct the pizza crust. While you do this, your instructor will guide you through the process and teach you about the history of pizza making and regional Italian varieties of pizza. At the end of the class, you'll get to taste the pizza you've built. No experience is necessary, and the tools and ingredients for pizza making are provided. The event is available both to people who want to be part of every step or those who just want to help their friends along the process. Must be 21+.
    Pizza Making

    1033 6th Ave, New York

    • Learn how to make a pizza from scratch
    • Roll flour and choose ingredients
    • Discover the history of pizza and regional Italian varieties of pizza
    • Taste the pizza you've made at the end of the class
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    41 positive reviews

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