The tip of lower Manhattan is dense with must-see attractions — from the 9/11 Memorial Museum to the new observatory at One World Trade Center to boat docks connecting visitors to the Statue of Liberty — but before you leave New York,
The two senses most engaged when you go to the theater are sight and hearing, of course. And while we often focus on the singing and acting, the work that goes into designing the costumes that give the characters their personalities are a big part of the live theater experience.
As logic dictates, for the best views of Manhattan, you either need to leave the island or go up — the higher the better. From head-on vistas of Lady Liberty to eyefuls of Central Park green,