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New York City Attractions

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Greenwich Village

4 star rating: Recommended 19 Reviews

Greenwich Village is one of the most charming residential locales in New York City. The quarter’s reputation for the bohemian persists, but these days only ...  Read more

Upper West Side

4 star rating: Recommended 13 Reviews

Located between Central Park and the Hudson River and West 59th Street and West 110th Street, the Upper West Side is known for being one of Manhattan’s more ...  Read more

Saks Fifth Avenue

4 star rating: Recommended 10 Reviews

Arguably the most luxurious department store in the city, Saks Fifth Avenue is the result of a partnership between two powerful New York City department store ...  Read more

Madison Square Garden

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 5 Reviews

Madison Square Garden is one of the world’s most famous sports and entertainment stadiums. Dubbed the Garden, the 1960s-era indoor arena stands on the site ...  Read more

Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Times Square

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 5 Reviews

More than 500 weird and wild artifacts, plenty of interactive exhibits and 20 themed galleries make a visit to this one-of-a-kind museum a real New York ...  Read more

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

3 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

The world's premier modern art gallery, MoMA provides visitors with a master class in modernist and contemporary art. The collection numbers more than ...  Read more

Brooklyn Heights

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Known as the “first suburb of America,” Brooklyn Heights is a mere five minutes from Manhattan on the subway and maintains its unique character and historic ...  Read more

Grand Central Station

Manhattan's truly wonderful Grand Central Station (meticulously restored in the 1990s) is a train terminal in the grand tradition from the glory days of the ...  Read more

Brooklyn Brewery

While the first beer was brewed in Brooklyn in 1822, this homegrown brewery founded in 1988 by a couple of neighbors, led the charge towards a new trend in ...  Read more

Chelsea Piers

History, recreation and leisure come together at Chelsea Piers, a group of four historic piers on the Hudson River. Some of the most famous ocean-going ...  Read more

Conservatory Garden

The Conservatory Garden, located within Central Park, is a serene escape from the fast-paced urban life of Manhattan. It takes its name from a conservatory ...  Read more

Discovery Times Square

This 60,000-square-foot collection of exhibits and interactive displays calls itself “more than a museum.” Located in Times Square and sitting on the former ...  Read more

Governors Island

Although a completely separate island that needs to be reached by way of ferry, Governors Island is technically part of the borough of Manhattan. To reach the ...  Read more

Meatpacking District

New York City’s famous Meatpacking District is a 24-hour destination known for its fashion, culture, design and food. This neighborhood, located on the west ...  Read more

Mets Stadium

The New York Mets have been playing ball in the city since 1964, but the team got a brand new Queens stadium in Citi Field in 2009, a year after their original ...  Read more

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