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Why travel to New York just for one sport when you can experience two!

Mar 16, 2020


Does your school have a team of budding basketball players and a fanatical football squad?

New York is the ideal destination for a multi-sports tour, seamlessly incorporating visits to iconic landmarks and places of interest with sporting highlights and opportunities to play against well-matched opponents.

World famous for being the city that never sleeps, you certainly won’t run out of things to do in The Big Apple.

 

Stadium Visits

Head to the Barclay’s Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets, for a basketball extravaganza! After a professional coaching session at this impressive NBA arena, take an exclusive tour and discover more about the basketball culture of the USA.

Walk in the footsteps of some of the great American football teams including the New York Giants and New York Jets. Your team can see a whole new side to the Metlife Stadium with a behind-the-scenes guided tour.

 

Food and drink

A trip to the USA wouldn’t be complete without stopping off at one of their most famous eateries.

Dip into a bit of musical nostalgia whilst you sip on a milkshake at the Hard Rock Café, or feast on some of America’s traditional dishes whilst surrounded by movie memorabilia.

 

“Perfect! Well organised, thoroughly planned itinerary covering everything New York has to offer!”

Mr Roberts, Canon Slade School

 

Arts and Culture

What better way to gain an insight into the local lifestyle of New York than a visit to Broadway? The bustling bright lights of this Manhattan-based theatre form an impressive façade for some of the world’s most spectacular shows!

If theatre isn’t your thing, relax with a spot of shopping at one of America’s most famous department stores. Macy’s can be found on Herald Square in Manhattan, and with 1.25M square feet of retail space, you’ll have no trouble finding it!

 

History and monuments

Why go to New York without seeing the Statue of Liberty? Take a scenic cruise across to Ellis Island and marvel at the size and majesty of this iconic monument.

For a more sombre experience and an opportunity to pay your respects to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, visit the memorial and museum at 180 Greenwich Street.

 

“An unforgettable tour, with breath-taking views, fantastic sporting moments and life changing experiences!”

Miss Leighton, St Michael’s Catholic Academy

 

 

Make your own sporting history with a multi-sport tour to New York!

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