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  • Explore the Royal Observatory of Greenwich, one of the first state-funded scientific institutions for astronomy and navigation.
  • Photograph yourself standing on the iconic Prime Meridian.
  • Get up close and personal with John Harrison’s famous timekeepers and the Great Equatorial Telescope.

Disney on Broadway

Exclusive Behind the Magic with New Amsterdam Theatre
  • Get an exclusive behind-the-magic Broadway tour created in collaboration with Disney Theatrical Group
  • Discover the magic of Broadway productions like ‘The Lion King’ and The Little Mermaid’ with a special guided tour of Disney’s landmark New Amsterdam Theatre, led by an expert Broadway insider
  • Stick close to your dedicated tour guide as he/she weaves you tales about the actors, shows and various scandals that rocked NYC’s theatre district
  • With the NYC Explorer Pass, you can choose 3, 4 ,5 ,7 or 10 attractions from a list of 82 attractions like Yankee Stadium, the Empire State Building, and the Met.
  • The NYC Explorer Pass gives you free, one-time entry to attractions, saving you up to 50% on entrance tickets had you purchased them separately at the gate. In addition, you get additional shopping, dining and entertainment discounts that help you save more along the way.
  • Visiting the first attraction will activate your NYC Explorer Pass. The pass is then valid for a period of 30 days from activation, so you can space out your sightseeing experience comfortably with the extended validity.
  • Enjoy an air-conditioned cruise along the New York Harbor as you catch sight of the magnificent Statue of Liberty.
  • Snap some gorgeous photos, from the upper deck of the cruise ship of Lower Manhattan.
  • Get up close to the Statue of Liberty and behold the massive size of the monument.
  • Appreciate the genius of Van Gogh as you explore his life and work
  • Contemplate over his characteristic heavy brush strokes and dramatic colors
  • Instead of original artworks, the exhibit introduces you to Van Gogh’s creative process