Lining up plans in New York? Whether you're a local, new in town, or just passing through, you'll be sure to find something on Eventbrite that piques your interest. The one that’s down deep. The one that knows what’s real and how you really feel. When you listen to that voice, and let it out, When you speak truth to power (whatever power you’re dealing with).
Dec 23, 2013 · If you’re going to be traveling in New York City with teens, you’ll need a great map. Frommer’s New York City Day by Day is the best resource I’ve found. This guidebook can provide dining, lodging, and attraction information but THE reason I suggest it is because of the pull out map that is included in the book. I’ve used the map on Author: Tonya Prater. Even the pickiest teen surely likes pizza—and there's no better place to have a slice than New York City. While almost every New Yorker has an opinion about their favorite slice, most visitors will find that any pizza pie in the city tastes better than what they can get back home. New York City classics include Bleecker Street Pizza, Joe's.
If you want your teen to learn about the history of New York City, the Lower East Side Tenement Museum is a great place to visit. (Your teen has likely already seen the hilarious Saturday Night Live satirization already.) For almost two centuries, the Lower East Side was home to immigrants from 20 different nations. The fast-paced, high-intensity nature of New York City may seem like the wrong setting for your next family vacation, however, as an adventurous 17-year-old, I tend to think otherwise. Here are a few things to do that are fun for all ages, especially teenagers. 1. Catch a Broadway ShowAuthor: Alyssa Cerchiai.