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 Things To Do in New York City
  
  
 
Things to do in New York City

Top 10 To Do: 
  1. Times Square: It has it all. You can find first class lodging, all varieties of dining, entertainment, as well as tours of all parts of the city, shopping and nightlife in this exciting, vibrant and historic landmark in New York City.
  2. Top of the Rock: The view itself is unique and astonishing. Unobstructed for 360 degrees from the 70th floor, the breathtaking landscape stretches for miles in every direction.
  3. Rockefeller Center: Having been built to meet the needs of the people, it has been a favorite spot for both New Yorkers and tourists. 
  4. Central Park: This 843-acre oasis offers a refuge from the hustle and bustle of city life. A stroll along the Mall, a rowboat ride on the Lake, or a game of softball are just a taste of what you'll find in Central Park.
  5. Metropolitan Museum of Art: New York City's grand museum! Journeying through the art of mankind can be a overwhelming yet joyous experience.
  6. South Street Seaport: Along the bumpy cobblestone streets toward Pier 17 you'll find restaurants and shops galore, but this is also a historic district and a living museum.
  7. Rose  Center for Earth & Space: The brand new, state-of-the-art center will take you to from the inner workings of our planet to the outer limits of the galaxy.
  8. Staten Island Ferry: It is run by the City of New York for one pragmatic reason: To transport Staten Islanders to and from Manhattan. Yet, the 5 mile, 25 minute ride also provides a majestic view of New York Harbor and a no-hassle, even romantic, boat ride, for free! One guide book calls it "One of the worlds greatest (and shortest) water voyages."
  9. Bronx Zoo/Wildlife Conservation Park: The country's largest urban zoo. Exhibits include: Tiger Mountain, JungleWorld, Himalayan Highlands, World of Birds, African Plains, Wild Asia, Baboon Reserve, and the 6.5 acre Congo Gorilla Forest.
  10. Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum: Perched on the flight deck of the U.S.S. Intrepid, a fighter jet looks ready to take off! The monstrous aircraft carrier now houses the largest museum devoted to the armed forces and the space program.
 
Top 5 Things To See:
  1. Empire State Building: "The Cathedral of the Skies," as it has been called, identifies NYC more than any other feature in this landmark filled city.
  2. Statue of Liberty: Next to the flag, it's America's most famous symbol for freedom. Standing 151 feet above New York Harbor since 1886, the ferry brings you to her feet on Liberty Island.
  3. Ground Zero: It's a name and place we are all familiar with just as we are the events that took place on September 11, 2001 - a day that will forever be remembered in the hearts of all Americans.
  4. United Nations: Behind the 191 waving flags representing the member countries stands the buildings of United Nations who attempts to maintain peace, protect human rights and promote development throughout the world.
  5. Brooklyn Bridge: Ranks as one of the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century and remains one of New York's most popular and well known landmarks.
Best Time of Year to Visit:  Ask four different New Yorkers and get four different  answers. Winter transforms the city into a magic wonderland. Spring is filled with many parades.  Summer brings many free outdoor events.  Fall bursts with world-class music and Broadway shows. So, NYC is great in every season.
 
 
5 Things to Do With Kids:
  1. FAO Schwarz: The Taj Mahal of toys, famous for its life-sized stuffed animals and kid-sized sports cars, will bring hours of fun for shoppers young and old.
  2. Brooklyn Children's Museum: The world's first museum for children, founded in 1899. It is a hands-on museum with interactive galleries focusing on science and culture, with special programs every hour.
  3. Big Apple Circus: New York's cherished hometown one-ring circus is a not-for-profit performing arts institution and an award-winning presenter of live family entertainment.
  4. Children's Museum of Manhattan: Five floors of interactive exhibitions for children and families. Exciting, fun, hands-on exhibits/daily workshops for children 18 months to 10 years.
  5. Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex: A 30-acre sports village featuring golf driving range, roller and ice rinks, aggressive skate park, bowling center, batting cages, and facilities for gymnastics, rock climbing, soccer, and basketball. On-site restaurants, dining cruises, and sports shops.
5 Great Evening Entertainment Options:
  1. Broadway Shows: Going to the theater is one of the most popular events for New York City tourists. Favorites include: The Lion King, Mama Mia, Phantom of the Opera, Chicago, and many more.
  2. Dinner Cruise: Indulge in outstanding cuisine, attentive service, music and dancing. Stroll along the spacious decks while enjoying the ever changing views of the most dazzling skyline, and the majestic Statue of Liberty.
  3. VOX: Showcasing American composers, produced by New York City Opera. Presented by the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, New York University
  4. Studio Mezmor: One of New York's biggest dance clubs opens its doors to bands, artists and designers.
  5. Loews Lincoln Square and IMAX Theater: A posh, eight-story IMAX theatre is the centerpiece of this Upper West Side multiplex cinema. The IMAX theatre offers several different films, both 3D and not.
5 Great Restaurants:
  1. Ruth's Chris Steak House: Whether it's a romantic steak dinner for two, an important business luncheon, or a private party, they can accommodate your needs. The Manhattan steakhouse provides guests with a warm, comfortable atmosphere.
  2. DB Bistro Moderne: In Daniel Boulud's hands, the humble hamburger is transformed into the ultimate luxury item. The somewhat infamous $29 DB Burger is stuffed with truffle-and-foie gras-laced short ribs, and is accompanied by pommes frites on the side.
  3. Katz's Delicatessen: A must for those who are gluttons for thick and juicy pastrami sandwiches, crispy fries. It is the oldest deli in New York, and the only one where the pastrami and corned beef are still hand-cut.
  4. Beppe: One of New York's best Italian restaurants since it opened in 2001—serves chef Cesare Casella's luscious Tuscan fare.
  5. River Café: Dining on this comfortably lounge-lit floating barge, simply decorated to defer to the obvious visual splendor, with a beautiful playing pianist.
See Also Links
  1. Wikipedia on New York City
  2. NYC Tourist
  3. Visit New York City


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