Agents can now book a number of new shows and attractions in New York through, offering customers a variety of new ways to explore the city by day and by night.

Annabel Cove, the company's head of trade sales and marketing, said: “New York is one of our fastest growing destinations as more and more British travellers realise the value in pre-purchasing their attraction tickets through their travel agent before leaving home. The customer makes the most out of their time and money and the agent increases their commission by suggesting these add-ons, it’s win-win.”

New tickets on sale include ‘School of Rock’ on Broadway – starting on November 9, priced from £88 per person; ice-skating in Central Park (with hard-copy tickets as opposed to a voucher), from £14, with the rink open from October 30 – April 3, 2016; ‘Misery’ on Broadway from October 19 – February 11, 2016,with tickets from £89; The One World Observatory from £21; Radio City Christmas Spectacular on Broadway from £57 from November 14 – January 3; and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum from £20.

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