The Metropolitan Museum of Art
ACL is partnering with NYCGO to help you plan your trip to New York for the Centennial Institute as well as making the most of your time in the Magnum Malum.
Their website has a wealth of information. Below are some of the most useful links. Attendees are invited to take advantage of the discounts and information available through NYCGO.
NYC Official Visitors Guide for 2018-2019
NYC Official Visitor Map for 2019-2019
ACL Delegate Discount Pass
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The NYC Travel page has information about getting to Manhattan from the airports, as well as information about getting around NYC.
The Visitor Services page has discounts on ridesharing and other services.
The MTA link has subway, bus and rail information.
The hotel is closest to the 57th Street/6th Avenue Metro stop on the F train.
The On-campus housing is near the 14th Street Station, and you can take the F train to the 57th street station.
Here are some of the most popular links from the NYCGO website.
Institute attendees may be very interested in the production of Hadestown, which follows two intertwining love stories — that of young dreamers Orpheus and Eurydice, and that of King Hades and his wife Persephone — as it invites audiences on a hell-raising journey to the underworld and back. Tickets are purchased on your own.
Also of interest is Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus, a comedy set during the fall of the Roman Empire, starring Nathan Lane. Tickets are purchased on your own.
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