New York City

Things To Do & Attractions in New York City

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Daily News Building

Soaring 476 feet and 37 stories over Midtown, this 1930 Art Deco skyscraper was originally built for The New York Daily News, a still-popular tabloid newspaper ...  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

East Village

4.5 star rating: Recommended 52 Reviews

One of Manhattan’s most vibrant neighborhoods, the East Village has a storied history of New York’s counterculture, art and literature movements, and social ...  Read more

Ellis Island

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 205 Reviews

The USA is largely a nation of immigrants, and no site underscores the fact more profoundly than Ellis Island. From 1892 to 1954 the island hosted the main ...  Read more

Empire State Building

4.5 star rating: Recommended 818 Reviews

It has its rivals, but when most people say the words 'New York observation deck' and 'skyscraper', the 102-story Empire State Building immediately springs to ...  Read more

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

4.5 star rating: Recommended 21 Reviews

This bank in the heart of Lower Manhattan is one of 12 Federal Reserves in America. Visitors can go behind the scenes of trading rooms, museum and the famous ...  Read more

Fifth Avenue

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4143 Reviews

Spanning from just north of Washington Square to 142nd Street in Harlem, Fifth Avenue is often touted as one of the world’s most expensive shopping streets. ...  Read more

Flatiron Building

4 star rating: Recommended 907 Reviews

Located in Manhattan at 175 Fifth Avenue and Broadway, the Flatiron Building is a groundbreaking skyscraper. Built in 1902, it encompasses 22 stories and 307 ...  Read more

Ford Foundation Building

This boxy, modern 12-story office building in Midtown was designed in 1963 by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Kevin Roche and engineer John Dinkeloo; the ...  Read more

Frick Collection

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

European sculptures, decorative artwork and Old Master Paintings are part of what make a visit to the Frick in New York City so unique. The private collection ...  Read more

Garment District

4.5 star rating: Recommended 122 Reviews

Also known as the Fashion District, New York’s Garment District is located in Manhattan between Fifth and Ninth Avenues and 34th and 42nd Streets. It gets its ...  Read more

General Grant National Memorial

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4303 Reviews

Paying tribute to Civil War hero and former president General Ulysses S. Grant and his wife Julia, the General Grant Memorial is the largest tomb in North ...  Read more

George Washington Bridge

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 10 Reviews

Transporting more than 100 million vehicles annually, the George Washington Bridge over the Hudson River connects northeastern New Jersey to Manhattan. With ...  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

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

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