Bright and early we'll head to Central Park – The Big Back Yard of the City. There your guide will discuss the building of this 843-acre, 142-year-old park, which was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead and Calvert Vaux.
Your tour will conclude at the Metropolitan Museum of Art at 82nd Street and Fifth Avenue. Here, you can dine at one of the several dining facilities and spend time in this the largest museum in the Western Hemisphere. Or, if you choose, you may walk a short block to Madison Avenue for some of the best shopping in New York.
In the early evening we'll gather for a pre-theatre dinner at 21, the most famous speakeasy in New York. After dinner, we'll head to Lincoln Center for that night's performance of "War Horse," a tale of a horse conscripted into war and the young man who attempts to find him. Utilizing fantastical puppetry, scenic elements, music and movement, the epic comes to life in a breathtaking, original production.
Included: breakfast, dinner, Central Park tour, show: "War Horse"