New York’s new program features museum deals, live shows and more
The real ones know that New York was never dead, but there is no doubt that a lot has been delayed and lost in the past year.
In response, various city institutions and agencies have strived to promote New York as a destination for New Yorkers and visitors alike, in order to rediscover the city from a new perspective. Of course, you like the vast cultural offerings of the five arrondissements, but when was the last time you made a point of spending time in a museum?
NYC & Company’s new program may make the city’s culture a little more tempting, with “It’s Time for Culture” offering deals at museums, cultural institutions, performing arts venues, and Off Broadway shows . Offers include two-for-one entry, 25% off tickets and more at over 40 locations throughout October.
“The return of culture and the performing arts to New York City marks a pivotal and festive moment in our recovery,” said Fred Dixon, President and CEO of NYC & Company. “We invite New Yorkers and visitors to explore and support the abundance of world-class art and culture found in vibrant neighborhoods across our city, while enjoying great value throughout. throughout the month of October. ”
Participants in “It’s Time for Culture” include Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Whitney Museum of American Art, Jewish Museum, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, National Lighthouse Museum, New York Botanical Garden, Alice Austen House Museum, Museum of the Moving Image, China Institute and Gallery, Lehman Center for Performing Arts, plays including those of the Repertorio Español and En Garde Arts, and Perfect crime—The longest-running Off-Broadway production — and more.
You can browse and book all offers on nycgo.com/offresculture.
New York City cultural organizations wishing to join the program are also encouraged to register for the duration of the program on business.nycgo.com/offers-participation-form.
As a member of The Key to New York program, people aged 12 and over must show proof of Covid-19 vaccination for most indoor activities, including restaurants, museums, performance and concert halls, sports arenas, centers fitness and more.