New York City
Culturally Diverse. Historically Significant. Absolutely Iconic. Truly a metropolis of the world, it is no wonder why New York City is ‘the city that never sleeps’.
Manhattan is currently home to 144 culturally diverse museums, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, featuring collections spanning over 5,000 years. The incredibly multi-ethnic population is eclectic, influencing literature, music, art and cuisine traditions introduced by millions of immigrants.
The Empire State Building is, of course, one of the most historically significant and recognizable skyscrapers of the world. To its south stands New York’s tallest tower – One World Trade Center, where the 102 Floor offers visitors stunning views of Manhattan. At its base rests the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, a reminder of New York’s historical resilience.
No visit to New York City can be complete without admiring the iconic theatres of Manhattan – Radio City Music Hall, Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, Carnegie Hall and more. The lights & sounds of a Broadway Show are distinctly New York, where many students go to experience live theater for the first time, and engage with performers in a Broadway Workshop to expand their knowledge within the performing arts.
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