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|by Mark Robinson |

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No matter what time of the year you journey to the Big Apple, there are always adventures to be found in this miraculous city brimming with seemingly endless options for passing the time. New York in the fall has its own special delights in store for you. Why not check out some (or all) of these great ways to spend a day in the city, especially at a discount?

Join in on the fall fun when you save $15 on orders of $100 or more with for a limited time only. Be sure to use code “FALL15” at checkout. Autumn in New York never looked so good! 

Fall is one of the best times to visit Central Park in New York City (Photo: iStock)

Fall is one of the best times to visit Central Park in New York City (Photo: iStock)

Walking Tour of Central Park
There are few things quite as magical as wandering through the Big Apple and happening upon Central Park: 843 acres of glorious flora, fauna and fun in the heart of the city. Better than happening upon this attraction, though, is a guided tour that will open your eyes to all that Central Park has to offer, and has the perfect tour to make that happen. The City Rambler – Walking Tour of Central Park is a two-and-a-half-hour guided excursion through the park, stopping to explore such landmarks as the Alice in Wonderland statue, Bethesda Fountain and Cleopatra’s Needle. Adding to the experience are costumed guides who offer insight into the park’s history and hidden wonders. Tours start at $30.

Empire State Building Tour
It stands tall and proud, looming over the New York City skyline, an iconic landmark of the history and architecture that makes the Big Apple one of the most beloved cities in the world. The Empire State Building is one of the city’s most popular destinations, and the Empire State Building Tour will immerse you in both the site’s history and its presence in popular culture, culminating in a trip to the observation deck to revel in a glorious panoramic view of the city featuring such landmarks as The Statue of Liberty, The Brooklyn Bridge and Central Park. There are also exhibits to enjoy, including an exploration of the building site in the 1920s, a tribute to King Kong and a spotlight on the many celebrities who have visited the building over the years. 1,050 feet above the pavement, there is breathtaking magic to be found in NYC.

The Phantom of the Opera
For thirty-one years and counting, The Phantom of the Opera has been haunting Broadway’s Majestic Theatre. The Tony-winning musical of 1988 features a time-honored score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart and Richard Stilgoe, with a story plucked from the realms of romance and classic horror. Based on the Gaston Leroux novel about a young ingenue whisked away to the bowels of a Parisian opera house to receive voice lessons from an obsessed ghost, the music, spectacle and grandeur of The Phantom of the Opera will have your eyes popping and your heart beating faster. Tickets for as low as $33 are available, making a trip to see Broadway’s longest-running show a must for anyone and everyone visiting the city. 

Soon to celebrate its 16th anniversary on the Great White Way, Wicked has proven an enduring classic of the musical stage with its unique spin on the beloved Wizard of Oz story. Taking its point of view from the perspective of Elphaba (a.k.a. The Wicked Witch of the West), the musical paints her as a heroine instead of a villain, fighting for equality in the face of the oppressive regime of “Oz the Great and Powerful.” The Stephen Schwartz score is both invigorating and empowering, with hits like “Defying Gravity” and “The Wizard and I” as highlights. It doesn’t take a powerful wizard to grant you great tickets for this thrilling theater experience. Score excellent seats for as little as $95. 

Take a jaunt to Broadway’s Winter Garden Theatre for a chance to laugh your heart out with some of the kookiest dead (and undead) characters that have ever graced a Broadway stage. Beetlejuice, a musical based on the iconic 1988 Tim Burton film of the same name, is delighting audiences with its offbeat humor and upbeat score. Alex Brightman is giving one of Broadway’s liveliest performances in the title role, an uncontrollable creature of the afterlife who has a knack for stirring up mischief. Seats for as low as $68 are available, guaranteeing a ghost of a good time.  

Mark Robinson is the author of the two-volume encyclopedia The World of Musicals, The Disney Song Encyclopedia and The Encyclopedia of Television Theme Songs. His latest book, Sitcommentary: The Television Comedies That Changed America, was released on Oct. 15. He maintains a theater and entertainment blog at

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