Broadway Week 2020, New York, USA
January 21 - February 9
One of the Big Apple’s most popular events, Broadway Week, takes place in late January to early February coinciding with a plethora of other offers, making New York much more affordable. Though it is mid-winter, so don’t forget to wrap up warm.
Running in parallel at this time are Broadway Week, Must-See Week and Restaurant Week. And, if the offer seems mathematically-challenged, you are quite right; this so-called ‘week’ actually runs for 19 days. Given the time of year, hotel occupancy and special rates will help you with the costs of the trip.
Broadway Week, Must-See Week and Restaurant Week
Let’s start with Broadway Week. It is essentially a two-for-one offer, though check to see which shows are included. Those confirmed include Aladdin, The Book of Mormon and To Kill a Mockingbird.
Quite complimentary to this, and great for filling up your daytime, is the Must-See experience that works on the same two-for-one idea. This includes attractions, museums, tours and the performing arts.
And, for when you are feeling peckish, Restaurant Week kicks in. Over 350 participating restaurants offer fixed price meals: two-course for lunch and three-course for dinner.
This History of Broadway Week
Broadway Week started in 2011 and since then more than a million tickets to over 150 productions have been sold.
Other Things to Do in New York
Or, perhaps, how to condense a book into a few lines. It’s best to start with what you like to do and then eliminate the uninspiring options.
Here are some tasters:
Visit an iconic landmark, such as the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building; take in the view from a skyscraper; visit the museums and galleries; or or take a tour, such as an insider’s guide to New York – Live Like a Local in New York.
When is Broadway Week?
All three offers run at the same time, from Tuesday 21 January until Sunday 9 February.
Explore the links below and plan your days to get the best out of your stay.
Flights to New York
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There are a huge number of flights to New York City, which is served by three airports: The John F Kennedy International Airport, often only known as JFK; Newark International Airport, in New Jersey, which also has some domestic flights; and La Guardia Airport, in Queens, which is for domestic flights.
Hotels in New York
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