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The Perfect Anastasia-Inspired Itinerary

Maybe you’ve already seen the wonderful Broadway musical Anastasia. Or, you’ve just purchased your tickets from for an upcoming performance. To make the Anastasia experience even more fun for fans (and soon-to-be fans), we have designed an exciting Anastasia-inspired adventure through New York City. Here are some extra-special attractions in NYC inspired by the hit Broadway musical Anastasia:

Russian Tea Room
The twilight of the Russian Empire frames the story of Anastasia, so what better place to begin your New York adventure than the famed Russian Tea Room. For more than ninety years, this legendary New York establishment has been luring guests from around the globe, eager to walk through the antique revolving door of this fabulous restaurant.

Since being founded by members of the Russian Imperial Ballet in 1927, the Russian Tea Room has hosted a who’s who of famous actors, writers, politicians, and entertainment executives. Still glamorous after all these years, you’ll love experiencing the history, architecture, and of course, the authentic Russian cuisine. Don’t miss a wondrous selection of the finest vodka! 150 West 57th St.

Grand Central Terminal
Train stations play a role in the enchanting story of Anastasia. Any trip around NYC should include a visit to the Grand Central Terminal, a world-famous landmark in Midtown Manhattan that’s much more than just a transportation hub – it's also a shopping, dining and cultural destination featuring 60 shops, 35 places to eat and a full calendar of events all in one must-see location.

Grand Central Terminal is one of the country’s great architectural achievements; it’s also known as New York City’s unofficial meeting place with thousands of people meeting friends and loved ones each day at the opal-faced Main Concourse Information Booth Clock. 89 E. 42nd St.

Museum of Modern Art
The production design for Anastasia is quite lovely, and this type of creativity leads us to the Museum of Modern Art, or MoMA as it’s known, a legendary institution devoted to presenting the best in contemporary art. The five-floor collection has grown to include over 150,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, architectural models and drawings, and design objects. 11 W 53rd St

5th Avenue
Linda Cho’s costume designs for Anastasia are simply divine, which will have you eager to seek out some high end style of your own. Indulge yourself in elegance and luxury along the famous Fifth Avenue, 5 miles of the most valuable real-estate in Manhattan, well known for the fabulous shopping. From Bergdorf Goodman and Louis Vuitton to Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, and Versace, Fifth Avenue is a dream for fashion lovers.

Afternoon Tea at The Plaza Hotel
There is no shortage of elegance presented in Anastasia. And for a dose of real-life elegance, you simply must spend an afternoon at the iconic Plaza Hotel for Afternoon Tea, a timeless and sophisticated tradition you must experience. Located inside one of the most luxurious hotels in New York City, the Palm Court is a glamorous setting for breakfast, afternoon tea, evening fare and crafted cocktails, making it one of the most iconic New York restaurant and bars. The room’s signature feature is a soaring stained-glass dome reminiscent of the original built in 1907. 768 5th Ave.