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Washington DC and NYC - What to book ahead of time?

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We are 2 weeks out from our 8 day trip to Washington DC and New York City, having never been to either city before.

We have booked flights and hotels. We have already gotten tickets for a Yankees game, tickets to see a Broadway show, and have been in communication with our local rep to request access for a Whitehouse Tour. I am trying to figure out if there is anything else I should book ahead of time due to a limited quantity or anything?

DC: Tours or museum tickets?
NYC: Ferries, tours, museum tickets, botanical gardens?

Or maybe a local favorite restaurant that you need reservations to? No budget. All food types.

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