—The Umbrella Program is Back for the Second Year in Partnership with Mastercard —
NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organization today announced NYC Winter OutingSM programs are live. Originally launched in January 2019 to inspire overnight trips during the winter months, NYC Winter Outing combines NYC & Company’s three signature programs from January 21-February 9, 2020— NYC Restaurant Week®, NYC Broadway WeekSM and NYC Must-See WeekSM—creating an ultimate value period across the five boroughs bookable at nycgo.com/nyc-winter-outing. During this three-week period, select Broadway shows, attractions, museums, tours and performing arts are offering 2-for-1 tickets while more than 350 restaurants are featuring prix-fixe menus for lunch and dinner.
NYC Winter Outing details—including the 21 shows participating in NYC Broadway Week; nearly 70 venues participating in NYC Must-See Week including museums, tours, attractions and performing arts; and more than 350 restaurants participating in NYC Restaurant Week—can be found at nycgo.com/nyc-winter-outing.
Additionally, visitors can also book overnight accommodations at nycgo.com/nyc-winter-outing to take advantage of some of the lowest rates of the year. To help visitors make the most of this seasonal value, NYC & Company has curated a list of over 50 winter hotel offers available this season, here. For general hotel content, visit nycgo.com/hotels.
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