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Attractions & Sightseeing

Browse an Array of Things to Do and See in NYC’s Theater District

If you’ve been to NYC, you know that there is a limitless array of fun things to do and see, from Theater District shows to iconic attractions like Central Park, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square and so much more. And if this is your first NYC visit, there’s no better place to experience it all than the Moderne Hotel. 

Just tell our friendly staff and concierge about your favorite things to do and see, and we’ll be happy to share our favorite NYC sights and attractions with you.

Ed Sullivan Theatre – Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Line up to see The Late Show with very funny Stephen Colbert.

Turnstyle Underground Market

Located underground and connected to the 59th St Columbus Circle station, this market features 39 unique eateries, shops & pop-ups selling everything from early morning coffee to late-night treats.


Immerse yourself in the shady netherworld of ackers, code breakers and double agents at his interactive museum offering authentic spy challenges created by real intelligence operatives and top psychologists. 

Lincoln Center

LINCOLN CENTER The world's leading performing arts center.

New York Philharmonic

NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC Established in 1842, the orchestra is one of the oldest musical institutions in the United States

The Metropolitan Opera

THE METROPOLITAN OPERA One of the world's premier opera houses.

New York City Ballet

NEW YORK CITY BALLET The New York City Ballet is one of the premier dance companies in the world with a roster of extraordinary dancers and an unparalleled schedule of performances.

Jazz at Lincoln Center

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER Enjoy a night of live jazz performances designed by creative director and leader Wynton Marsalis.

Film at Lincoln Center

FILM AT LINCOLN CENTER This film society is supports the art and craft of cinema by hosting film retrospective, festivals, symposiums and more.

Vessel at Hudson Yards

VESSEL AT HUDSON YARDS The extraordinary centerpiece of Hudson Yards is its spiral staircase, a soaring new landmark meant to be climbed.

The Edge New York

THE EDGE NEW YORK Located 100 floors above the streets of Manhattan, Edge at Hudson Yards provides jaw-dropping views of New York City.

Central Park

CENTRAL PARK NEW YORK CITY Enjoy a sunny day in the beautifully verdant Central Park.

Carnegie Hall

CARNEGIE HALL Site of some of the greatest performances in NYC History.

The Shops at Columbus Circle

THE SHOPS AT COLUMBUS CIRCLE Wholefoods, Hugo Boss, Jack Rabbit Sports, Williams-Sonoma, Amazon, Stuart Weitzman, Thomas Pink, Tourneau and more!

Beacon Theater

BEACON THEATER Catch the latest musical, rock legend or comedy acts at one of New York City’s most famous music venues.

Radio City Music Hall

RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL Known as the home of the famed Rockettes dance company, this beautifully preserved 1930s theater is home to live performances, highlighted by the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Performance.

Madison Square Garden

MADISON SQUARE GARDEN One of the world's most iconic sports and entertainment venues stages live sports, concerts and performances.

Broadway Theatre District in NYC

BRRRROADDDWAAAAAY! The lights are bright tonight, and every night, on Broadway!

One World Trade Center - One World Observatory

ONE WORLD OBSERVATORY @One World Trade Center Located on the site of the original World Trade Center destroyed in the September 11, 2001 bombings, this is the Western Hemisphere’s tallest building at 1,776 feet and already an iconic New York landmark.

Empire State Building

EMPIRE STATE BUILDING The most iconic building in the New York City skyline since 1931.