10 Hildibrand Quests You Should Always Do On Your Next Trip To New York
If you live anywhere near the eastern United States, then chances are you’ve been to New York at least once. And if you haven’t, then now is the time to make the pilgrimage. New York is one of the most iconic cities in the world, and there’s no better way to see it than by embarking on one of Hildibrand Quests – tours that take you off the beaten path and give you a unique experience. From quirky museums to hidden bars and more, these adventures are a must-do on your next trip to New York. So book your tickets now and get ready for an unforgettable experience.
See a Broadway Show
Broadway fans rejoice: there are plenty of shows to choose from this spring. From new productions of beloved classics to cutting-edge revivals, here are 10 Broadway shows you should see while in New York.
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time”
This inventive new production of Mark Haddon’s novel stars Alex Jennings as Christopher, a 15-year-old with Asperger’s syndrome who is obsessed with solving the mystery surrounding his neighbor’s dog—which turns out to be a murder. With its clever writing and endearing lead performance, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” is sure to captivate audiences.
The controversial but unforgettable Tony Award winner “Hamilton” tells the story of America’s Founding Father Alexander Hamilton from his days as an orphaned ward to his rise to power as George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War. Featuring an all-star cast, including Lin Manuel Miranda and Leslie Odom Jr., “Hamilton” is not to be missed.
“School Of Rock – The Musical”
Based on the 2002 film of the same name, this hilarious musical follows Dewey Finn (Jacob Artist), a failed rock drummer who starts teaching music at a small private school in suburban Philadelphia. When one of his former rock heroes turns up seeking revenge, Dewey must use his wits and street smarts to save the day and turn the failing
Eat at a Michelin-Starred Restaurant
- If you find yourself in New York City, be sure to make a pilgrimage to one of the city’s Michelin-starred restaurants. These establishments are known for their impeccable food and exquisite service.
- Two of the most famous Michelin-starred restaurants in New York City are Per Se and The French Laundry. Both require a bit of planning in order to visit, but the rewards are well worth it.
- To get a taste of what these restaurants are all about, head to one of their sister establishments – like Mario Batali’s Del Posto or Daniel Boulud’s Le Bernardin. Each offers its own unique culinary experience that is sure to please even the most discerning diner.
Take in a Mets Game
The Mets are the most popular team in New York, and their fans are some of the loudest and proudest around. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just getting introduced to the sport, taking in a game at Citi Field is an experience not to be missed. Here are five things you should do if you’re in town:
#1 Drink a Mets Hat Beer
There’s nothing like cheering on your favorite team while enjoying a cold beverage. Head over to one of the many bars that sell Mets Hat Beer, and enjoy a taste of New York culture while raising a cold one in support of your team.
#2 Take in a Game from Behind the Plate
No trip to Citi Field is complete without experiencing batting practice from behind the plate. Catch a few balls thrown your way and try not to make too many errors – it’ll give you an idea for how difficult it is to field balls at this iconic ballpark!
#3 Watch One of Baseball’s Greatest Teams Play From Sections 204-207
If you’ve never been able to get tickets close to home plate, consider trying sections 204-207 at Citi Field – these seats offer great views of both home runs and strikeouts! Be sure to arrive early enough for parking lot tailgating before the game.
Walk the Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge is a marvel for any traveler to experience. Spanning 1,093 feet (328 meters) between the north and south towers, it’s a beautiful structure that deserves to be on your list of attractions when visiting New York City. Here are four quests you should always do on your next trip to the Big Apple:
Walk the Brooklyn Bridge: This is an easy and popular quest to do on your visit to Brooklyn Bridge. Just walk across the bridge from one side to the other! The views are stunning, and it’s a great way to see some of the boroughs that make up New York City.
Take in a Knicks Game: If you’re a fan of basketball, make sure to take in a game at Madison Square Garden while in New York City. The team has had some great success lately, so there’s always plenty of energy in the arena. And don’t forget to order some delicious pizza afterwards!
Visit Times Square: One of the most iconic places in all of New York City is Times Square. This bustling square is home to such famous attractions as the Golden Arches and McKinley Plaza. Grab a bite at one of the many restaurants located here and take in all of the neon lights and excitement!
See Central Park: One of New York City’s most beloved features is Central Park, which spans over 843 acres (340 hectares). There are miles (kilometers) of trails for people to explore, as well
Visit The Statue of Liberty
If you’re ever in New York City, be sure to make the time to visit The Statue of Liberty. The iconic statue is a must-see for anyone visiting the city and is definitely one of the most recognizable landmarks in all of America. If you’re able to schedule your trip around Lady Liberty’s annual morning light show, it’s even more worth your while. The show features more than 800 lights shining from her crown and arms, creating an absolutely breathtaking display that’s hard to miss. Visiting The Statue of Liberty should definitely be on your list of things to do when you visit New York, so don’t delay!
Tour Ellis Island
Ellis Island is a must-see destination on any trip to New York City. This National Monument and Museum tells the story of immigrants and their journey to the United States. The site is jam-packed with history, including an exhibit on the Statue of Liberty. There are also galleries devoted to art, natural history, music, and more. The…
The National Monument and Museum tells the story of immigrants and their journey to the United States. The site is jam-packed with history, including an exhibit on the Statue of Liberty. There are also galleries devoted to art, natural history, music, and more. The highlight of any visit is undoubtedly the Checkpoint Ellis Memorial where you can see a reconstruction of how immigration was handled at Ellis Island until 1924.
Try Street Food in Chinatown
Street food in Chinatown is a must-do on your next trip to New York. Whether you’re craving some delicious dim sum, a crispy Shanghainese chicken sandwich, or some deep-fried pork buns, you’ll find it all here. And don’t forget to order a pot of hot tea to wash it all down!
Go for a Ride on the New York City Subway
The New York City Subway is a must-try experience for any visitor to the city. The subway system is extensive and offers a variety of rides to choose from, including local trains and the massive express lines that run throughout the city.
To get the most out of your trip on the subway, be sure to check out these five Hildibrand quests:
- Ride the Staten Island Ferry from Lower Manhattan to Whitehall Street in Lower Manhattan. This ride gives you great views of both sides of the New York Harbor, as well as some great shopping in Brooklyn on Whitehall Street. The ferry costs $5 one way and runs every 15 minutes during peak hours, so it’s perfect for a quick commute between two points in Downtown Manhattan.
Go to an Amish Farm
If you’re ever in the tri-state area and fancy yourself a bit of a outdoorsman, make sure to check out an Amish farm. The farmland is beautiful and chock full of interesting sights and smells. And, best of all, the people are friendly and welcoming – perfect if you’re looking for a relaxing weekend getaway. Here are five quests you should always do on your next trip to New York:
- Visit Old Stone House Museum in Goshen
This quaint museum is home to a restored 18th century farmhouse that’s been beautifully furnished with period antiques. It’s the perfect place to spend some time learning about the early days of American agriculture. Admission is free, so there’s really no excuse not to go!
- Tour the Bedminster Cheese Farm
If you love cheese as much as we do, then this should be at the top of your list! The Bedminster Cheese Farm is one of the largest dairy farms in New Jersey, and it’s definitely worth visiting if you love cheese (or just want to see some amazing cows). You can also buy some delicious cheese here – we recommend trying their blue cheese!
- Drive out to Fishkill Farms
Fishkill Farms is one of the most famous Amish farms in America, and it’s definitely worth visiting if you’re interested in history or agriculture. It was here that Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin – so there’s plenty of interesting historical facts to learn while touring
Visit the Rockefeller Center
If you’re ever in New York City, be sure to visit Rockefeller Center. This famous landmark is home to some of the city’s most iconic attractions, including the Radio City Music Hall and the theater district. Whether you’re a fan of classic entertainment or newer fare, there’s something for everyone at Rockefeller Center. Plus, admission is free for all guests!