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New York Lincoln Center
Thinking of what to do in the Big Apple? Visit the Lincoln Center in New York City. This 16.3 acres center is a complex of buildings dedicated to art institutes, located in the Lincoln Square, in Manhattan. You might recognize some of the institutes in the complex.
The Julliard School of Music is located at the center of the complex since 1968; some of the music geniuses of the world graduated here. Visit the Avery Fisher Hall, where the New York Philharmonic has performed. Watch a ballet show in the New York State Theater, with the Lincoln Center fountain in the front. And of course, the Metropolitan Opera, which is the biggest and most impressive building in the whole complex, designed by the architect Wallace K. Harrison.
Get to know the Lincoln Center, New York City
Before heading to the Lincoln Center of the Performing Arts, check our video guides with relevant tips and offers that make your visit even more interesting and fun. You can enjoy a free tour in the huge complex, if you hold the New York City pass, and visit the behind the scenes of the biggest performance stages in the US. Be one of the five millions visitors who visit this 16 acres complex every year.
Thinking of things to do in NY after exploring the Lincoln Square? You might want to visit some of the other NYC attractions nearby, so here are couple of ideas. Just a few meters away you have the Columbus Circle, where a Christopher Columbus monument stands in the middle of a traffic circle, overlooking Central Park, surrounded by many skyscrapers. If you are already into cultural tours, you might want to pay a visit to the American Museum of Natural History, located just west of Central Park, on the 79th Street. This great museum was mentioned in many books like the “The Catcher in the Rye” and featured in many movies such as the comedy “Night at the Museum” which actually was not filmed in the museum itself. After all the walking you might want to relax and enjoy the nature of Central Park. There are many attractions to choose from, so make sure to watch our videos to learn about them all and plan the best possible vacation in New York City!
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