Welcome to Broadway
A quintessentially English village with a smattering of antique shops, tearooms and art galleries, Broadway has inspired writers, artists and composers in times past with its graceful, golden-hued cottages set at the foot of a steep escarpment. Unsurprisingly, it’s one of the more popular Cotswolds spots, just 5 miles west of Chipping Campden.If the village of Snowshill, 2.5 miles south, looks familiar, that’s... Read More
Top experiences in Broadway
Phantom of the Opera On Broadway
Based on the classic novel by Gaston Leroux, The Phantom of the Opera tells the story of a masked figure who lurks beneath the catacombs of the Paris Opera House, exercising a reign of terror over all who inhabit it. He falls madly in love with an innocent young soprano, Christine, and devotes himself to creating a new star by nurturing her extraordinary talents, employing all of the devious methods at his command. The longest-running show currently playing on Broadway, The Phantom of the Opera became the longest-running show in Broadway history on January 6, 2006 when it played its 7,486th performance, surpassing previous record-run of Cats. It has been dazzling audiences since its debut on Broadway in 1988 where it swept the Tonys winning awards for Best Musical, Best Director, Leading Actor in Musical, Featured Actress in a Musical and more. It is a Broadway institution not to be missed.
Live Nashville Walking Tour
Start off at the center of Nashville's entertainment universe, 5th & Broadway, right in front of Bridgestone Arena. See the oldest residence in Nashville, the legendary Ryman Auditorium - original home of the Grand Ole Opry, plus Tootsie's Orchid Lounge - America's most famous honky tonk. Time-travel to the days before Prohibition with a stop at Nashville's Silver Dollar Saloon (2nd & Broadway), where drink, song, games of chance, and ladies of the night ruled. Cruise down Market Street through Butler's Run to Riverfront Park, where the hustle and bustle of Nashville's river trade made it the 2nd largest city west of the Appalachians. Take in amazing views of Tennessee Titans' Stadium, The Cumberland River, the third longest pedestrian bridge in the world, and the original site of Fort Nashborough, where the Cherokee almost ended Tennessee's capital before it got started. Head to Nashville Public Square and meet Andrew Jackson, the most famous Nashvillian of all time, whose exploits in war were only eclipsed by the infamy of his decisions as the United States' 7th president. Off then to Printers Alley (which journalists called "The Men's Quarter"), where the seedy and sometimes fun side of Nashville highlights Skull's Rainbow Room, one of Johnny Cash's favorite haunts, along with Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar where Little Richard and Jimi Hendrix cut their Blues chops before becoming rock and roll superstars. Continue onto Cherry Street (4th Avenue today), whose infamy was so great "no modest woman" would dare risk her reputation treading upon it. Through The Arcade we'll make a brief stop at Country Legend Chet Atkins' Statue before a short trek to The Capitol. One of the most stunning in the nation, the Tennessee State Capitol is a treasure trove of history and was instrumental in the Union's defeat of Confederacy. A brief tale of the critical role Nashville played in Women's Suffrage at The Hermitage Hotel and our tour ends with brief stops at Downtown Presbyterian Church, site of The Maxwell House, of coffee fame, and then we are back in honky tonk heaven between Tootsie's and The Ryman Auditorium, where many a country legend would sneak a drink or five before performing.
NYC Walking Tour: Broadway History and Culture
Whether you’re an avid theater-goer or you’re new to Broadway, get an authentic Broadway experience on this two-hour guided walking tour of New York City’s famous theater district. Discover the history of Broadway from a thespian’s perspective – your expert and enthusiastic guide, a real Broadway performer!Meet your guide at Duffy Square and take off on a behind-the-scenes look at Broadway, home to the billion-dollar theater industry. Learn why theaters flourished in the Great Depression, walk the edge of Hell’s Kitchen (where the real West Side Story took place) and learn what it takes to ‘make it’ on the big stage.You also make stops at: Shubert Alley - the geographical center of the Broadway district Sardi's - known for hundreds of show-business caricatures on the walls 42nd Street - home to many Broadway theaters The Edison Hotel - former location of the Edison Theatre "Smokey Mary's" church - known for use of incense George M Cohan statue - statue memorializing major American entertainer, playwright, composer, lyricist, actor, singer, dancer, and producer
Nashville Willie's Music City Culinary Tour
A comprehensive 'must-do' informative food tour, providing visitors with answers to 'where to go?' and 'what to do?' In other words, you will get the most bang for your buck!Gain first hand knowledge of Nashville's past and present. See the Ryman Auditorium, Printer's Alley, the Batman Building, The Honky-Tonks on Broadway, Jack's World Famous Bar-B-Q, Wild Horse Saloon, and the No 1 Honky-Tonk in the World:Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. And, let's not forget the Civil War's most memorable Battle of Nashville - 1864.Experience a food tour with all the trimmings while wandering through the Original Business District of the 1800's topped off with today's thriving downtown area, where all the action is served up on a daily basis. This tour is narrated by an experienced, professional tour guide with an undying love of Nashville. This tour requires a minimum of 2 people to book.
Hong Kong Disneyland Admission E-Ticket
Experience the magic of Disneyland in Hong Kong! Enter into the seven lands centered on well-loved Disney movies: Toy Story, the Wild West and Americana as well as mystery, fantasy, space and adventure! Mickey and Minnie are ready for your meet and greet, while the Cinderella Castle shimmers impressively and the fireworks wait to be set off. Enjoy thrilling rides, meet your favorite characters, and watch amazing Broadway-style shows - all at the best possible Disneyland Hong Kong ticket price! Come to Disney and delight in endless fun! Package Options: 1 Day Disneyland E-Ticket Regular admission ticket for one day 2 Day Disneyland E-Ticket Regular admission ticket for two days Additional Information: Child ticket: Ages 3-11 Once redeemed your voucher for your physical ticket, you must enter Disneyland within 3 days (inclusive of redemption day). For 2-day tickets, your first entry must be within 3 days, the second within 7 days of the first visit For example, if you redeem your tickets on a Wednesday, you must enter the park on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday Insider Tips: Make sure you stick around for the 9pm musical fireworks show - it's choreographed to Disney themes!
THE TOUR New York City
THE TOUR begins at 45th Street and Broadway, where you’ll board a multimillion-dollar, custom-designed coach for a 90-minute New York City sightseeing adventure like no other.The route through Midtown Manhattan and the Upper West Side introduces you to New York neighborhoods and landmarks from the comfort of a climate-controlled motor coach with floor-to-ceiling windows. The stadium-style, side-facing seats keep you from craning your neck to view the sights, while multimedia technology — including 3,000 LED lights, 40 plasma TV screens and surround sound — enhances your experience.Watch city landmarks unfold before your eyes, including Times Square, the Broadway District, Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center, Central Park, 5th Avenue, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, the Garment District, Empire State Building, Madison Avenue, New York Public Library, Bryant Park and 42nd Street.Your journey is augmented by audio-visuals conveying the history and growth of Manhattan, with some exciting surprises along the way. See and hear about New York’s past, present and future via interactive displays and live narration from your knowledgeable tour Navigator.THE TOUR ends at 46th Street and Broadway, where you can disembark to continuing exploring the city on your own.