Hello, it’s me, THE RIDE, your favorite NYC sightseeing bus with some ideas about how best to enjoy the spring holidays. Whether you eat matzo or hunt for colored eggs (that is, whether you observe Passover or Easter), you’ll find plenty in this town to make your celebration super special.
Looking to nosh on a little something more than plain matzo? Magnolia Bakery offers amazingMatzo Toffee Buttercrunch. Want to make your Passover Seder really memorable? Attend the first or second night Seder (April 22 or 23) at the Prince George Ballroom. And Russ & Daughters is known to host an amazing Seder, as well. Easter may be over for this year, but as you plan for the future, I recommend you admire the completely over-the-top, flower-festooned bonnets in the Easter Parade or have brunch with the Easter Bunny. You can do both of those things each year in NYC.
But truly the best way to spend the holiday is to gather family and friends together for a meal that honors your traditions. And then, when the meal is over, go out and start a new tradition—the tradition of enjoying the next generation of sightseeing on THE TOUR.
THE TOUR has been praised as “an all-new immersive experience, giving the old-fashioned tourist bus a multimillion-dollar high-tech rebootI” So if you’re in town for the holidays hop on over to THE TOUR. And right now, you can take advantage of THE TOUR’s Spring Break Specialwith tickets only $35 throughout the month of April. That’s certainly worth celebrating, too!