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New NYC Attractions Week will offer discounted prices to top city sites

Enjoy two-for-one admission prices to One World Observatory, MoMA, and more

One World Observatory
Max Touhey

Every year, thousands of New Yorkers and tourists alike take advantage of promotions that allow them to experience some of the city’s best places, whether it’s in the form of food or entertainment. NYC Restaurant Week offers some of the best dining options in town at an affordable price and the hugely popular Broadway Week (which typically sells out in a flash), lets you enjoy a show at a significantly reduced price. Now, a new promotion called NYC Attractions Week will join the family.

NYC Attractions Week will run from January 17th through February 5th and is slated to offer two-for-one admission tickets to tours, museums, performing art shows, and other attractions throughout the five boroughs. The event has already garnered more than 70 participants with companies like Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises, Madame Tussauds New York, Museum of Modern Art, and One World Observatory. To sweeten the deal, the program will partner with hotels to bring visitors affordable rates.

Attraction Week and Broadway Week are set for the exact same dates and Restaurant Week will run for much of the same timeframe as well, creating opportunities for plenty to see and do, all at a fraction of the regular price.

Tickets for NYC Attractions Week will go on sale on Thursday, January 5th. The full line-up is still under wraps, but more details will become available in due time.