- Eat at Sardis
Sardis is a restaurant in the Theater District that is famous for the hundreds of caricatures of ‘show-biz’ celebrities. When you eat here you can play guess who will all the people on the walls.
- Visit Alexander Hamilton
If you have listened to Hamilton you will know that Alexander Hamilton was buried in the Trinity Church Cemetery and if you visit this cemetery, Angelica and Eliza are also there. If you are a big Hamilton fan this might make for an interesting day trip.
Bake a pie while listening to the entire Waitress album. To get the full experience, you should invent a new pie and give it a Jenna approved name.
A lot of Broadway shows are actually based on books! If you are in a Broadway mood but don’t want to leave your bed, you can pick up a book that inspired your favorite show. Some of these books could be Wicked by Gregory Maguire, Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow, or My Love, My Love by Rosa Guy.
- Triton Gallery
Triton Gallery is a gallery dedicated to theatrical art and posters. Come here to check out all of the art, past and present, and maybe treat yourself to a poster or two.
- Lincoln Center Library
Also known as the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, this library is full of everything a theater lover could ever want including the Theatre on Film and Tape Archive. You could spend hours here.
- Drama Bookshop
This bookshop is not any ordinary bookshop! It was founded by the Drama League and stocks over 8,000 plays. This is the perfect place for you to find your new favorite show.
- Shubert Alley
Get your photoshoot on in Shubert Alley! Shubert Alley is in the heart of the theater district and is covered in posters for currently running Broadway shows.
Have a good old fashioned dance party to your favorite show tunes.
Schmackary’s is a Broadway staple. Come here at the end of the day to treat yourself with a delicious cookie… or two.