Get on a Bus Rental in NYC and Experience New York City: Arts & Culture

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The Big Apple is the country's most populous city and with the many things going on in here, it is easy to get overwhelmed and to get lost amid the noise and the activity. So we decided to help you get a glimpse of New York City by giving you a run-down of significant sites and events so that you no longer have to sift through all the information you get from all the New York City guides available to you. All you have to do is get on a bus rental in NYC and experience the best of the Big Apple.


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This series of articles is all about New York City's very rich and colorful arts and culture scene. We are talking art museums and galleries, music halls, theaters, performing arts venues, and cultural centers. With a bus rental in NYC, you can easily go to as many sites and venues as you can.


Museums & Galleries


Museums and art galleries abound in the Big Apple. But to know which ones should be at the top of your list, here is a narrowed down list:


The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met, located on 1000 5th Avenue, is one of the most popular destinations in the city. You can find an extensive and a comprehensive collection of pieces from around the world and pieces from different time periods. You can find Asian art, ancient Egyptian art, European masterpieces, Greek and Roman art and sculpture, Islamic art, Medieval art, modern and contemporary art, among many others. The Met also has galleries showcasing musical instruments, drawings, prints, photographs, and even costumes. Art lovers will surely have a field day at The Met.


The Museum of Modern Art. MoMa on 53rd Street is a contemporary space that features an amazing collection of works by notable and world-famous artists like Jackson Pollack, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dali, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet and Paul Gauguin. Aside from paintings and sculptures, there are also exhibits featuring drawings, photographs, films and architecture designs.


We have more coming up so stay tuned for the next article.


Children's Museum of the Arts. The Children's Museum of the Arts on 103 Charlton St. is a non-profit arts facility that boasts a permanent collection of drawings and paintings by children around the world. The museum also has a hands-on arts program for kids.


The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. The Guggenheim Museum on Fifth Avenue has a permanent collection of works that include those done by very famous painters Paul Cezanne, Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, Paul Gauguin, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Edouard Manet, and Pablo Picasso.


Museum for African Art. The Museum of African Art in Fifth Avenue will give you an insight into the contemporary arts and culture and the history of Africa and the African Diaspora.


The Bronx Museum of the Arts. The Bronx Museum of the Arts focuses its exhibits on 20th century and contemporary art by American artists. It has a permanent collection consisting of over 800 paintings, sculptures, photographs, and prints.


Queens Museum. The Queens Museum brings you the highest quality visual arts and arts education program.


Other art museums and art galleries that you may want to visit via a bus rental in NYC are:


  • Brooklyn Museum
  • Frick Collection
  • Paula Cooper Gallery
  • Barbara Gladstone Gallery
  • Neue Galerie New York
  • Rubin Museum of Art
  • Whitney Museum of American Art
  • New Museum of Contemporary Art


With a bus rental in NYC, you can easily and conveniently go museum hopping! Call (866) 952-8737 to arrange for one now.

New York City's arts & culture scene is as exciting, diverse, and colorful as no other. So be sure to take in and experience as much as you can in case you happen to visit. Get a bus rental in NYC with your family, friends or colleagues and visit as many museums, galleries, and arts and culture sites as time allows, then catch as many concerts, shows and performances as you can.


Theaters and Performing Arts Venues


The Big Apple is like a big stage, with the very many music lounges, concert halls, theaters, cultural centers, and other sort of performance arts venues. Here are some that you must check out when you visit:


Carnegie Hall. Carnegie Hall on 7th Avenue in Manhattan is a concert venue considered to be one of the most prestigious venues in the world for popular and classical music.


Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The Lincoln Center in Manhattan is a complex of buildings that many have come to recognize as the leading presenter of and venue for excellent artistic programming. The center has indoor and outdoor facilities that include:


  • Metropolitan Opera House - a 3,900-capacity opera house that also serves as the home stage of the Metropolitan Opera.
  • The Alice Tully Hall - a 1,095-capacity concert hall that also serves as the home stage of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
  • Avery Fisher Hall - a 2,738-capacity symphony hall that also serves as the home stage of the New York Philharmonic.
  • David H. Koch Theatter - a 2,713-capacity theater that serves as the home stage of the New York City Ballet.
  • Vivian Beaumont Theater - a 1,080-capacity Broadway-style theater previously occupied by the Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center and the New York Shakespeare Festival.


See more of these performance venues in our next articles.


Remember to always plan ahead when touring New York City as a group because things can be overwhelming. And if you intend to take in as many sites and scenes as you can and to make the most out of your time, you have to make sure transportation is taken care of. Make arrangements for a bus rental in NYC to drive you to different destinations. That way, you get to save time and you do not need to deal with the hassles of public transportation.


You can hop on a bus rental in NYC and check out more of these places:


Brooklyn Academy of Music. The Brooklyn Academy of Music at Lafayette Avenue is a multi-arts space that has become a center for cutting edge and avant garde performances. You can catch performances focusing on dance, music, theater, opera, visual arts, films and even talks, parties, galas and similar events.


Radio City Music Hall. Radio City Music Hall at Manhattan's Rockefeller Center on Avenue of the Americas is an entertainment venue leased to and managed by The Madison Square Garden Company. The music hall hosts live stage shows, movie premieres, concerts, award ceremonies, and other events. The Radio City Music Hall is most famous for its yearly Christmas stage musical, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, which showcases the all-female precision dance group called The Rockettes.


Madison Square Garden. Madison Square Garden, located in midtown Manhattan, is a big multi-purpose entertainment arena. From professional basketball, to ice hockey games, to boxing matches, to ice shows, to circuses, to concerts, you can catch them at MSQ.


The Town Hall. The Town Hall at 143 West 43rd Street is a performance hall right in the heart of NYC's theatre district. You can catch all forms of performances here, from jazz, to gospel music, to folk, to blues, to dance, to theatre, to show tunes. Even political humor can be seen here.


Beacon Theater. The historic Beacon Theater in upper Manhattan has a seating capacity of 2,894. This theater stages a wide variety of performances, from concerts, to live entertainment, to family shows, and even to sporting events. See which shows to catch when you visit the Big Apple so you can mark your calendar.


Gershwin Theater. The Gershwin Theater is a Broadway theater in midtown Manhattan with a seating capacity of 1,933. The Gershwin Theater is where you go if you want to splurge on world-class plays and musicals, like Wicked.


Majestic Theatre. Majestic Theatre is another Broadway theatre found in midtown Manhattan. With a seating capacity of 1,645, it is considered to be one of the largest Broadway venues. The Majestic stages plays and musicals such as the eternal favorite, The Phantom of the Opera.


Other theaters in NYC include:


  • Neil Simon Theater
  • The Broadway Theatre
  • Walter Kerr Theater
  • Samuel J. Friedman Theater
  • New Amsterdam Theatre
  • Cort Theater
  • TADA! Theater


For those who are into jazz, there is the Birdland, Village Vanguard, Blue Note, Jazz Standard, Jazz Gallery, and Iridium among many others.


There are also other popular music venues in NYC like Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn Bowl and Grosslands Gallery


Book a bus rental in NYC in advance. It gives you comfort and convenience, not to mention it helps you make the most out of your time. That means no more waiting for buses at the bus stop or walking to subway stations. And if you are traveling as a group, no more waiting for each other as you can fit into one vehicle together!



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