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Todd Rappaport
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Prepare to be dazzled by the magic of New York City’s incomparable shows.

For many travelers, the highlight of any trip to New York City is seeing a Broadway show. With show-stopping song-and-dance numbers, powerful storytelling and world-class set design, a Broadway production is something you have to experience to believe. The best way to get tickets to the show you want, at a price that’s right for your budget, is to book before you arrive. On the Broadway Collection's multilingual website, you’ll find dozens of available Broadway shows so you can make your choice and ensure that you’re purchasing from trusted sellers. In between seeing amazing shows once you’re on the ground in New York City, be sure to head out and take advantage of everything else the Big Apple has to offer.

Broadway’s Bright Lights and Big Dreams

One of the world’s most iconic theater destinations, Broadway is home to 41 historic theaters presenting a multitude of shows. Watch long-running productions such as “Chicago,” “The Lion King” and “Wicked,” or opt for one of the many new shows that open each year. It’s safe to say that there’s a Broadway show for every age, taste and budget. Before you know it, you’ll be immersed in some of the greatest live entertainment in the world. Choose a compelling drama or an exuberant musical, and escape to a magical world for a couple of hours.

Actress Talia Suskauer portrays the character Elphaba in a broadway production of "Wicked”

Actress Talia Suskauer portrays the character Elphaba in a broadway production of  "Wicked”
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Don't Wait to Get Tickets

To see a Broadway show, you’ll want to reserve tickets in advance, especially if you have a particular production in mind that you want to see. While there are a few different ways to do so, using the Broadway Collection is a convenient and secure option for international travelers. The Broadway Collection offers an up-to-date list of the most popular Broadway shows for visitors to New York City, along with each production’s venue location, runtime, age recommendations, preview videos and more. That way, you can buy tickets online directly from the theater’s box office and know that you’re getting your seats at the best possible price. Groups of 10 or more people will be redirected to Broadway Inbound for easy access to group discounts.

An ensemble performs the musical “Hadestown”

An ensemble performs the musical “Hadestown”
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More to Explore in New York

Before heading to the theater in the evening for a Broadway show, spend your days discovering New York City’s other incredible attractions. Start with iconic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, Central Park and the Brooklyn Bridge, then get a bird’s-eye view of Manhattan from the Empire State Building or the Top of the Rock – two of the most iconic vistas in the city. Don’t miss taking a deep dive into New York City’s museum scene. Peruse the thousands of modern art pieces at the Museum of Modern Art and be amazed by massive dinosaur skeletons at the American Museum of Natural History.

Strolling the streets of New York City with views of the Brooklyn Bridge

Strolling the streets of New York City with views of the Brooklyn Bridge
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Getting There

Broadway theaters are located in Times Square in the heart of midtown Manhattan. Fly into LaGuardia Airport (LGA), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) or Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). Use trains, public buses and the subway system to get to and around Manhattan.

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