Things to do in Manhattan

Find the best restaurants, bars, attractions and things to do in Manhattan.

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Packed with attractions, dining and drinking for any budget and an expansive offering of theater shows and live music, Manhattan is the center of the action in New York City. Whether you're looking for Manhattan's top restaurants, bars and nightlife, the best shows on Broadway, or the best things to do at any hour, we've got it covered in our comprehensive guide to Manhattan.

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Best Manhattan attractions

Visit the most famous sights in Manhattan, including the Empire State Building and Times Square

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Top 10 lesser-known attractions

Learn about the history of 10 quirky, fascinating landmarks

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Theater

Best Broadway shows

Musicals, plays and revivals to see now

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50 best attractions in NYC

Make sightseeing easier with the definitive guide to New York’s best sights and top attractions

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Map of Manhattan

Navigate your way around town with this street and subway map of Manhattan

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Manhattan restaurants

The breadth of the Manhattan restaurant scene is truly something to behold

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Travel

Manhattan hotels

Manhattan still offers the most comprehensive range of NYC hotels

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Nightlife

Clubs in Manhattan

If you’re bored at night, you’re doing something wrong

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Events in Manhattan

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"Pheromone Hotbox"

A group of female artists (Amanda Charchian, Aneta Bartos, Shae Detar, Olivia Locher and Marianna Rothen) challenge the concept of post-feminist ideologies...

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Art

"Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs"

The explanatory text on the wall at the beginning of MoMA’s blockbuster of around one hundred of Henri Matisse’s cut-outs notes that these well-known works...

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Sugarcube

The winter pop-up art venue has free live music, film screenings, dance parties and craft workshops all month. Enjoy a weekly happy hour (Fri 16), screenings...

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"El Greco in New York"

Romantics and Modernists alike treasured the old master El Greco (1541–1614) for the skewed perspectives and strangely distorted figures that fill his...

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