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New York with teenage boys.

Dalgety Bay, United...
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New York with teenage boys.

We have 4 days in New York with teenage boys, aged 15 and 17. We haven't been there before so will be doing the standard tourist sights, but is there anything or anywhere that may appeal specifically to (slightly geeky/nerdy) teenage boys?

Restaurant recommendations in the Times Square area would be great too as it would be great to avoid the usual chains.

Finally, where should we go in Chinatown to eat?

Thank you

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1. Re: New York with teenage boys.

Museums might appeal to the slightly nerdy/geeky types. They abound in New York City. Regarding eating in Times Square area: head over to 9th Avenue, just west of TS. You will be spoilt for choices between 42nd and 57th Streets.

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2. Re: New York with teenage boys.

Thank you

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3. Re: New York with teenage boys.

You're welcome. The Intrepid might also appeal to those fellows.

You will get a better response by reposting on the NY City Forum. This is the NY State Forum.

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4. Re: New York with teenage boys.

I would really also ask them to do some research and come up with a few ideas that they may be interested in.

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