If you are a wanderlust and will be in New York City the end half of this month, you MUST put The New York Times Travel Show on your to-do list! Held on Friday, January 23 – Sunday, January 25 at the Jacob Javits Convention center. The show is the premiere destination for travel industry professionals, journalists, and enthusiasts alike.
THE MAIN FLOOR
Day one (Jan 23rd) serves as a Travel Industry Conference, with a full day of programming including seminars featuring representatives from various nations and experts, a keynote and lunch, and the opportunity to get a preview of the entire show before it opens to the public on Friday, January 24th. Tickets are $35 in advance/ $45 the day of show and may be purchased here.
The show features the following:
- 500 + exhibitor booths from across the globe
- 100 + cultural presentations from across the globe
- 150 + travel industry experts and speakers
- 20 K + travels & industry professional attendees
If you are a foodie, definitely swing by the “Taste of the World” culinary showcases which features seminars from different food impresarios with demonstrations! If you are bringing the little ones along, there is also a “Taste of the World: Kids Kitchen” for them to explore.
Consumer tickets are $17 and valid for one-day only. You may view more information about ticketing here. Hope to see you there!