The New York Off Road team selects every month the activities not to be missed in the Big Apple: festivals, shows, exhibitions, parades … Make your program, the best is to be discovered in the agenda for January 2020.


NYCGO organize several "NYC weeks" during the year, during which you can take advantage of promotions on all kinds of activities! Here are those of January:

From January 21 to February 9, 2020 – NYC Restaurant Week

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From January 21 to February 9, the NYC Restaurant Week is the opportunity to have fun discovering new restaurants at preferential prices. A unique formula: 2 courses for $ 29 or 3 courses for $ 42. Great chefs, varied cuisine and addresses in all districts!

January 21 to February 9, 2020 – NYC Broadway Week

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Enjoy the best Broadway shows at half price during winter with the NYC Broadway Week ! Buy 2 tickets for the price of one from January 8, 2020!

January 21 to February 9, 2020 – NYC Must-See Week

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This time is the week of 2 tickets for 1 for your attractions and museums favorites! The museum of September 11th, the Bronx Zoo, boat tours or the Empire State Building Observatory.

Until January 26 – Holiday Train Show

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Marvel at the miniature trains passing through an enchanting exhibit of over 175 famous New York landmarks. Imagine the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Rockefeller Center and other favorites. Each recreated from natural materials such as birch bark, acorns and cinnamon sticks. This year's show features Central Park, with its iconic landscape shaped by mosses and saints, and architectural treasures such as Belvedere Castle.

January 8 to 19 – Under the Radar Festival

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Produced by The Public Theater, the annual festival Under the Radar presents theater performances from several countries in the world such as the United States, theFrance, Nigeria and Lebanon. On stage, emerging talents rub shoulders with confirmed artists in experimental pieces that give the theater a facelift dynamic and creative.

January 6 – Three Kings Day Parade

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El Museo del Barrio has been organizing the parade of Magi the day of the Epiphany in other words Three kings day. The walk takes place at Harlem and starts on 106th Street and Lexington Avenue and ends on 115th Street and Park Avenue. Everyone is invited to participate in procession where mingle costume, puppets, camels and sheep.

January 8-18 – Winter Jazzfest

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The Winter Jazzfest is a committed event for music lovers. Jazz evenings, conferences, tribute to artists, discovery of new talents, the festival presents more than 600 musicians on 12 stages.

January 15-28 – NY Jewish Film Festival

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The 29th edition of NY Jewish Film Festival features innovative, provocative and artistic films on the theme of Jewish identity around the world. Selected films in many countries, some films are shown for the first time in the United States, such as Aulcie by Dani Menkin, film which will open the festival on January 16.

January 10, 17 and 25 – A Night at the Museum

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During several nights in the year, the American Museum of Natural History opens its doors after closing for a immersive experience unforgettable. Flashlights in hand, young and old will explore the museum's animals At nightfall !


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