NYC Must-See Week is a celebration of all the things that make New York City a bucket-list destination. Since its 2017 debut, this annual program has inspired visitors and locals to do it all—or have a blast trying—with 2-for-1 tickets to the City’s top attractions, museums, tours and performing arts.
NYC Must-See Week Winter 2020 runs from January 21 through February 9. Visit the official NYC Must-See Week page to browse the lineup and book tickets. Better yet, combine your plans with NYC Restaurant Week® and NYC Broadway Week℠ for one epic winter outing.
Tips for NYC Must-See Week
Follow these pointers to make sure you don’t miss a thing.
1. Plan Ahead
From skyscraping observation decks to underground museums, NYC Must-See Week has it all. We recommend browsing the lineup and saving your favorites ahead of time so you can snag tickets as soon as they go on sale.
2. Make a Day of It
NYC Must-See Week overlaps with other great offers, like NYC Restaurant Week and NYC Broadway Week, and seasonal events. Always check nycgo.com before you book to make the most of your NYC plans.
3. Go with a Group
The 2-for-1 offer is designed to get you out and exploring with a friend…or a few. In fact, you can use up to two redemptions—for four tickets total—per attraction.
4. Do Your Homework
Each participating attraction has its own policies for redemptions, refunds and rescheduling, so check them out before you finalize your plans.
5. It’s Never Just a Week
NYC Must-See Week can seem fleeting, but it’s always longer than seven days—plenty of time to burn through your NYC bucket list.
Why NYC Must-See Week?
NYC Must-See Week is the newest in NYC & Company’s lineup of recurring programs, which also includes NYC Restaurant Week, NYC Broadway Week and NYC Off-Broadway Week℠. Drawing on their success and complementing their offerings, NYC Must-See Week offers a variety of sought-after New York City experiences at a great value for a limited time. Introduced in early 2017, NYC Must-See Week is presented in collaboration with more than 60 attractions, museums, tours and performing arts institutions across all five boroughs.