NYC & Company Update for Meeting and Event Professionals

Dear Friends and Partners,  With spring officially upon us, there is growing cause for optimism in New York City. Vaccinations in New York State (many given at the Javits Center) are now open to everyone age 16 and up (hospitality workers, including public-facing hotel and restaurant employees, were given priority in an earlier tier to help the industry recover), indoor dining has extended to 50 percent capacity at … Continue reading NYC & Company Update for Meeting and Event Professionals

Tourism Update from The Met

Dear Tourism Partners, We invite you to welcome spring at The Met and experience the newness of the season through art. One sign of resilience and renewal can be found on the Museum’s historic exterior, which has been newly activated by four commanding yet playful sculptures. The Facade Commission: Carol Bove, The séances aren’t helping marks The Met’s second sculpture installation along Fifth Avenue. Comprised of sandblasted … Continue reading Tourism Update from The Met

Updates for the Trade about The Met’s Reopening

The Museum will be open five days a week beginning August 29  We hope you and your loved ones are well and staying as healthy as possible during this time of unprecedented challenges. At The Met, we have been working diligently on how we can reopen to the public safely and with the care and consideration that you have come to expect from us. We … Continue reading Updates for the Trade about The Met’s Reopening

Tourism at The Met: march 2020

To Our Tourism Partners and Friends:  March brings several exciting new exhibitions. Opening March 4 at The Met Breuer, Gerhard Richter: Painting After All is a retrospective of the towering contemporary artist’s work and will be the final Met exhibition in the iconic brutalist building. At The Met Fifth Avenue, Photography’s Last Century: The Ann Tenenbaum and Thomas H. Lee Collection opens March 10 and features a magnificent promised … Continue reading Tourism at The Met: march 2020

Tourism at The Met: january 2020

A new year will arrive in a few days, and with it a year of special celebrations at The Met in recognition of our 150th anniversary. In 2020, we will feature a variety of exhibitions and events to mark this major milestone, and we look forward to hosting you and your clients often! To stay up to date on all our anniversary offerings, kindly refer … Continue reading Tourism at The Met: january 2020

Escape the holiday crowds with EmptyMet: Holidays

EmptyMet: Holidays Wednesday, December 26, and Sunday, December 30, 8:30–10 am The Met Fifth Avenue ‘Tis the season to secure your exclusive ticket to EmptyMet: Holidays, your chance to beat the crowds at New York’s favorite art museum!  On the mornings of Wednesday, December 26, and Sunday, December 30, only, gain private access to select galleries before the Museum opens to the public. Wonder at the … Continue reading Escape the holiday crowds with EmptyMet: Holidays

A new MoMA is here

Welcome to the new MoMA. In our expanded galleries and spaces for performance, conversation, and art making, you’ll see more art in new ways. Get ready to discover new voices and fresh perspectives. The new MoMA comes with new hours of operation, including First Thursdays; events and programming that include free gallery talks and films; and new shopping and dining options. First Thursdays Starting November 7,5:30 p.m.–9:00 p.m. Elevate … Continue reading A new MoMA is here

New York Metropolitan Museum of Arts

News: The Met is the Only Museum to Receive #1 U.S. and World Ranking for Three Years in a Row The Metropolitan Museum of Art has been named the world’s #1 museum in the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice® awards for an unprecedented third consecutive year, making it the only museum to receive the valued ranking for three years in a row. TripAdvisor highlights the top museums … Continue reading New York Metropolitan Museum of Arts

Costa Est, da NYC a Boston alla scoperta della costa est

Primavera e autunno sono i periodi ideali per visitare il New England: nei mesi estivi la costa riserva belle sorprese e spiagge poco affollate; ecco dunque un percorso per scoprire curiosità lungo la frastagliata costa che va dalla Grande Mela alla città di Boston. Sei ore e mezza di auto le separano, ma l’ideale sarebbe fermarsi qua e là per gustare appieno le unicità della … Continue reading Costa Est, da NYC a Boston alla scoperta della costa est

High Line & co….ecologia, design e arte a New york

Il dollaro ancora conveniente nei confronti dell’euro e le tariffe aeree promozionali per la primavera 2010, ci permettono di tornare nella Grande Mela per scoprire 3 delle tante novità che NYC propone ai suoi ospiti e ai suoi abitanti: The High Line, lo Standard Hotel e il New Museum. L’8 giugno 2009 il sindaco di New York Bloomberg ha inaugurato il primo tratto del percorso … Continue reading High Line & co….ecologia, design e arte a New york