NYC: Park Avenue and the Guggenheim Museum

Join us on a trip to the heart of Manhattan, where energy, landscape, art, and architecture abound. After an early departure, we’ll spend our ride south learning about the Big Apple. Our first destination will be Park Avenue in downtown Manhattan. Armed with a long list of sights to see, you’ll explore this area on your own as you unwind and stretch your legs. Nearby iconic destinations include The Plaza Hotel, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Radio City Music Hall, and Rockefeller Center. Tempting eateries are plenty and will satisfy your lunch needs. We may also opt to meet at Central Park (designed by Frederick Law Olmsted who is popularly considered to be the father of American landscape architecture, and who also designed Boston’s Emerald Necklace) and enjoy strolling along the winding paths filled with city natives and visitors from around the world. In the early afternoon, we’ll make our way to the world-famous Guggenheim Museum, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. At the end of the day, we’ll point out a few more highlights before heading for home. All museum admission and gratuities are included in the price. Discounts or waivers do not apply.


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