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New York City is a hub for wonder and wisdom, with distinct boroughs and neighborhoods steeped in charm and tradition. Explore the many worlds of New York City easily via subway or by foot. The boroughs' boundaries seamlessly blend together, yet offer up distinctive personalities.

Enjoy a trip to the top of the Empire State Building while in Midtown and wander through the matchless grounds of Central Park. Visit the historical sights of Harlem or enjoy an authentic trip to the market in Chinatown. Cross the Brooklyn Bridge by foot to see Manhattan from an unparalleled view. Enjoy the up-and-coming artists’ haven of Bushwick. Dine out in style in SoHo, Tribeca, or the Meatpacking District.

Whatever adventure you choose, New York City offers a myriad of memorable experiences.

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Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal
42nd Street and Park Avenue NY New York, 10017
1 212 340 2583
Where trains and people from all walks of life converge, Grand Central Terminal has functioned as the pulse of New York since 1913.

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Kayak on the Hudson

Kayak on the Hudson
Pier 96 at 56th Street in Hudson River Park NY New York, 10013
Experience a new side of New York from the water by kayaking on the Hudson River.

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty
New York Harbor NY New York, 10017
1 212 636 3200
Visit the icon of the United States and experience the history and the glory of the world famous icon in person.

PJ Clarke's

PJ Clarke's
915 3rd Avenue NY New York, 10022
1 212 317 1616
PJ Clarke's is part of the soul of New York with roots dating back to 1884. Frequented by historical figures, celebrities, and locals alike, PJ's is the essence of New York taverns.

Mount Sinai Hospital

Yankee Stadium

Yankee Stadium
161st Street and River Avenue NY New York, 10452
1 718 293 4300
Home of the New York Yankees and to New York City FC, this stadium, which opened in 2009, brings together modern architecture and a passion for sports.

Times Square

Times Square
Manhattan NY New York, 10036
Times Square is the pinnacle of a New York experience. The quintessential summary of the bustling melting pot, this destination is a one-of-a-kind sight.

Cherry Lane Theatre

Cherry Lane Theatre
38 Commerce St NY New York,
212.989.2020
As New York City’s longest continuously running off-Broadway theatre, the Cherry Lane Theatre has seen incredible talent and spirit throughout its glorious tenure. Located in Greenwich Village, the

Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden
4 Pennsylvania Plaza NY New York, 10001
1 212 465 6741
Madison Square Garden is the famous sports and entertainment arena located in Manhattan, New York.

Top of the Rock Observation Deck

Top of the Rock Observation Deck
30 Rockefeller Center NY New York, 10112
1 212 698 2000
Stand atop the Rockefeller Center and experience the breathtaking views of New York City from up high.

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center
45 Rockefeller Plaza NY Manhattan,
(212) 332-6868
Spanning a complex of nineteen buildings, the Rockefeller Center is a staple of life and leisure of Midtown Manhattan. Tours take guests through the well-maintained Channel Gardens and up to stunning

ABC Kitchen

ABC Kitchen
35 E. 18th Street NY New York, 10003
1 212 475 5829
A chic style, open brick and wood interiors, and farm-to-table American cuisine come together in an elegant arrangement at ABC Kitchen, one of New York City's most popular and fashionable eating spots.

SoHo Shopping District

SoHo Shopping District
South of Houston Street NY New York, 10012
SoHo is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in New York, home to upscale shopping and a diverse art scene.

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

Ippudo

Ippudo
65 4th Ave NY New York, 10003
1 212 388 0088
Welcome to the art of ramen at Ippudo. The world-renowned name brings the delicacy of Japanese ramen to the streets of New York.

LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

Barclays Center

Momofuku Milk Bar

Momofuku Milk Bar
NY New York, 10003
347-577-9504
A part of the distinguished Momofuku restaurant brand, Milk Bar is New York’s dessert capital.

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
10 Lincoln Center Plaza NY New York, 10023
1 212 875 5350
The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is the hub of arts and culture nestled into the luxury of Manhattan.

Gramercy Tavern

Gramercy Tavern
42 E. 20th Street NY New York, 10003
1 212 477 0777
Decked with awards as one of New York’s best and most popular restaurants, Gramercy Tavern is one of the finest eats in New York.

The National September 11 Memorial

The National September 11 Memorial
NY New York,
1 212 266 5211
In honor of the thousands of Americans that perished in the terrorist attacks of 1993 and 2001, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum educates, commemorates, and respects the lives lost.

Papaya King

Papaya King
3 St. Marks Place NY New York, 10003
1 646 692 8482
Serving up New York-style franks and tropical drinks for eight years, Papaya King is a New York legend for a delicious stand up lunch.

Bronx Zoo

Bronx Zoo
2300 Southern Boulevard NY New York, 10460
1 718 220 5100
The Bronx Zoo is the largest metropolitan zoo in North America, boasting over 6,000 animals from around the globe.

Russ & Daughters

Russ & Daughters
179 E. Houston Street NY New York, 10002
1 212 475 4880
Established in 1914, this family run joint is constantly bustling with energy, hospitality, and dedicated customers.

The Met

The Met
1000 5th Avenue NY New York, 10028
1 212 535 7710
The esteemed Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is distinguished as the largest art museum in the United States.

The Halal Guys

The Halal Guys
307 E. 14th Street NY New York, 10019
1 212 533 7707
Distinctly New York, Halal Guys is the go to food cart marked by the yellow and red umbrellas and delicious Middle Eastern dishes.

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
11 W. 53rd Street NY New York, 10019
1 212 708 9400
Praised as one of the most influential museums in the world, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) owns a wealth of modern art.

Xi'an Famous Foods

Xi'an Famous Foods
67 Bayard Street NY New York, 10013
1 347 294 0022
This small restaurant brings the authenticity of the Xi’an region's cuisine to the streets of New York and has flourished with eight locations.

Central Park

Central Park
59th to 110th Street from Central Park West to 5th Avenue NY New York, 10022
1 212 310 6600
Central Park is an 843-acre expanse of greenery, ponds, and hills. World famous and located in the heart of the metropolis, Central Park is the first step into New York City life.

Joe's Pizza

Joe's Pizza
7 Carmine Street NY New York, 10014
1 212 366 1182
The home of the true New York slice, Joe’s Pizza was established in 1975 and has offered no gimmicks, just good pizza, for decades.

The High Line

The High Line
Between 10th and 12th Avenues NY New York, 10014
1 212 500 6035
The High Line is a renovated park built on an a historic freight rail line. Standing over Manhattan and budding with art and florals, The High Line is a beautiful public park.

Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall
1260 6th Avenue NY New York, 100200
1 212 247 4777
Bright lights, iconic Art-Deco architecture, and New York-style entertainment await at the landmark Radio City Music Hall.

Comedy Cellar

Comedy Cellar
117 Macdougal Street NY New York, 10012
1 212 254 3480
Laugh the night away with Comedy Cellar, the roots of big name comedians and celebrities. This place is dedicated to humoring New York.

Fifth Avenue Shopping

Fifth Avenue Shopping
Fifth Avenue NY New York, 10022
Amid New York landmarks and elegant restaurants, Fifth Avenue is lined with the finest designer shops and boutiques.

Broadway

Broadway
Broadway Street NY New York, 10012
What's a New York trip without a Broadway experience? The city boasts a wealth of shows all around the city, especially in the heart of Times Square.

McSorley's Old Ale House

McSorley's Old Ale House
15 E 7th St NY New York, 10003
212 473 9148
A must visit in New York, McSorley’s Old Ale House has served New Yorkers brews since 1854. Rich in history and in taps, this Irish bar breathes history.

American Museum of Natural History

American Museum of Natural History
79th Street and Central Park West NY New York, 10024
1 212 769 5100
The American Museum of Natural History is one of the most notable and largest museums in the world. Spend a day at the museum and learn about everything from microscopic organisms to larger than life dinosaur skeletons.

Ellis Island

Ellis Island
New York Harbor NY New York, 10017
1 212 363 3206
Visit Lady Liberty and Ellis Island, and experience the gate into the United States where millions of immigrants traveled to.

Pacha

Pacha
618 W. 46th Street NY New York, 10036
1 212 209 7500
This internationally famed club name, Pacha, has found a home in New York, bringing together exceptional house music and a night of endless dancing.

Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge
NY New York,
The Brooklyn Bridge in New York is the mighty steel icon of the city. Constantly busy, this sturdy bridge connects Manhattan and Brooklyn over the East River.

Park Lane Hotel New York

The Lombardy

The Redbury New York

AKA Wall Street

AKA Central Park

AKA Times Square

The Mark

The Dominick

NOMO SOHO

Aliz Hotel Times Square

Baccarat Hotel New York

Chambers Hotel

Hotel Hayden

Tarrytown House Estate & Conference Center

The Garden City Hotel

Royalton Hotel New York

The Kitano Hotel New York

The Maritime Hotel

The Michelangelo

Royalton Park Avenue

The Sherry-Netherland

AKA Sutton Place

AKA United Nations

Restaurants

Gramercy Tavern
42 E. 20th Street NY New York, 10003
1 212 477 0777
Decked with awards as one of New York’s best and most popular restaurants, Gramercy Tavern is one of the finest eats in New York.
Papaya King
3 St. Marks Place NY New York, 10003
1 646 692 8482
Serving up New York-style franks and tropical drinks for eight years, Papaya King is a New York legend for a delicious stand up lunch.
Russ & Daughters
179 E. Houston Street NY New York, 10002
1 212 475 4880
Established in 1914, this family run joint is constantly bustling with energy, hospitality, and dedicated customers.
The Halal Guys
307 E. 14th Street NY New York, 10019
1 212 533 7707
Distinctly New York, Halal Guys is the go to food cart marked by the yellow and red umbrellas and delicious Middle Eastern dishes.
Xi'an Famous Foods
67 Bayard Street NY New York, 10013
1 347 294 0022
This small restaurant brings the authenticity of the Xi’an region's cuisine to the streets of New York and has flourished with eight locations.
Joe's Pizza
7 Carmine Street NY New York, 10014
1 212 366 1182
The home of the true New York slice, Joe’s Pizza was established in 1975 and has offered no gimmicks, just good pizza, for decades.
ABC Kitchen
35 E. 18th Street NY New York, 10003
1 212 475 5829
A chic style, open brick and wood interiors, and farm-to-table American cuisine come together in an elegant arrangement at ABC Kitchen, one of New York City's most popular and fashionable eating spots.
Ippudo
65 4th Ave NY New York, 10003
1 212 388 0088
Welcome to the art of ramen at Ippudo. The world-renowned name brings the delicacy of Japanese ramen to the streets of New York.
Momofuku Milk Bar
NY New York, 10003
347-577-9504
A part of the distinguished Momofuku restaurant brand, Milk Bar is New York’s dessert capital.

Landmarks

The National September 11 Memorial
NY New York,
1 212 266 5211
In honor of the thousands of Americans that perished in the terrorist attacks of 1993 and 2001, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum educates, commemorates, and respects the lives lost.
Bronx Zoo
2300 Southern Boulevard NY New York, 10460
1 718 220 5100
The Bronx Zoo is the largest metropolitan zoo in North America, boasting over 6,000 animals from around the globe.
The Met
1000 5th Avenue NY New York, 10028
1 212 535 7710
The esteemed Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is distinguished as the largest art museum in the United States.
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
11 W. 53rd Street NY New York, 10019
1 212 708 9400
Praised as one of the most influential museums in the world, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) owns a wealth of modern art.
Central Park
59th to 110th Street from Central Park West to 5th Avenue NY New York, 10022
1 212 310 6600
Central Park is an 843-acre expanse of greenery, ponds, and hills. World famous and located in the heart of the metropolis, Central Park is the first step into New York City life.
The High Line
Between 10th and 12th Avenues NY New York, 10014
1 212 500 6035
The High Line is a renovated park built on an a historic freight rail line. Standing over Manhattan and budding with art and florals, The High Line is a beautiful public park.
Radio City Music Hall
1260 6th Avenue NY New York, 100200
1 212 247 4777
Bright lights, iconic Art-Deco architecture, and New York-style entertainment await at the landmark Radio City Music Hall.
Comedy Cellar
117 Macdougal Street NY New York, 10012
1 212 254 3480
Laugh the night away with Comedy Cellar, the roots of big name comedians and celebrities. This place is dedicated to humoring New York.
Fifth Avenue Shopping
Fifth Avenue NY New York, 10022
Amid New York landmarks and elegant restaurants, Fifth Avenue is lined with the finest designer shops and boutiques.
Broadway
Broadway Street NY New York, 10012
What's a New York trip without a Broadway experience? The city boasts a wealth of shows all around the city, especially in the heart of Times Square.
McSorley's Old Ale House
15 E 7th St NY New York, 10003
212 473 9148
A must visit in New York, McSorley’s Old Ale House has served New Yorkers brews since 1854. Rich in history and in taps, this Irish bar breathes history.
American Museum of Natural History
79th Street and Central Park West NY New York, 10024
1 212 769 5100
The American Museum of Natural History is one of the most notable and largest museums in the world. Spend a day at the museum and learn about everything from microscopic organisms to larger than life dinosaur skeletons.
Ellis Island
New York Harbor NY New York, 10017
1 212 363 3206
Visit Lady Liberty and Ellis Island, and experience the gate into the United States where millions of immigrants traveled to.
Pacha
618 W. 46th Street NY New York, 10036
1 212 209 7500
This internationally famed club name, Pacha, has found a home in New York, bringing together exceptional house music and a night of endless dancing.
Brooklyn Bridge
NY New York,
The Brooklyn Bridge in New York is the mighty steel icon of the city. Constantly busy, this sturdy bridge connects Manhattan and Brooklyn over the East River.
Grand Central Terminal
42nd Street and Park Avenue NY New York, 10017
1 212 340 2583
Where trains and people from all walks of life converge, Grand Central Terminal has functioned as the pulse of New York since 1913.
Kayak on the Hudson
Pier 96 at 56th Street in Hudson River Park NY New York, 10013
Experience a new side of New York from the water by kayaking on the Hudson River.
Statue of Liberty
New York Harbor NY New York, 10017
1 212 636 3200
Visit the icon of the United States and experience the history and the glory of the world famous icon in person.
PJ Clarke's
915 3rd Avenue NY New York, 10022
1 212 317 1616
PJ Clarke's is part of the soul of New York with roots dating back to 1884. Frequented by historical figures, celebrities, and locals alike, PJ's is the essence of New York taverns.
Yankee Stadium
161st Street and River Avenue NY New York, 10452
1 718 293 4300
Home of the New York Yankees and to New York City FC, this stadium, which opened in 2009, brings together modern architecture and a passion for sports.
Times Square
Manhattan NY New York, 10036
Times Square is the pinnacle of a New York experience. The quintessential summary of the bustling melting pot, this destination is a one-of-a-kind sight.
Cherry Lane Theatre
38 Commerce St NY New York,
212.989.2020
As New York City’s longest continuously running off-Broadway theatre, the Cherry Lane Theatre has seen incredible talent and spirit throughout its glorious tenure. Located in Greenwich Village, the
Madison Square Garden
4 Pennsylvania Plaza NY New York, 10001
1 212 465 6741
Madison Square Garden is the famous sports and entertainment arena located in Manhattan, New York.
Top of the Rock Observation Deck
30 Rockefeller Center NY New York, 10112
1 212 698 2000
Stand atop the Rockefeller Center and experience the breathtaking views of New York City from up high.
Rockefeller Center
45 Rockefeller Plaza NY Manhattan,
(212) 332-6868
Spanning a complex of nineteen buildings, the Rockefeller Center is a staple of life and leisure of Midtown Manhattan. Tours take guests through the well-maintained Channel Gardens and up to stunning
SoHo Shopping District
South of Houston Street NY New York, 10012
SoHo is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in New York, home to upscale shopping and a diverse art scene.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
10 Lincoln Center Plaza NY New York, 10023
1 212 875 5350
The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is the hub of arts and culture nestled into the luxury of Manhattan.

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Travel Tips

When is the best time to visit the city?

There's never a bad time. New York City’s weather changes with the seasons, and there is always something for everyone. The hot-chocolate-worthy cold of winter brings ice skating at Rockefeller Center, beautiful holiday decorations, and special shows on Broadway. Sun-kissed summers offer an array of celebrations and outdoor activities such as music festivals, concerts, and parades. Fall and spring usher in a comfortable climate along with street art installations, Fashion Week, and special museum exhibitions.

How do locals take in Central Park?

The lush greenery of Central Park is an urban oasis, with an array of walking paths and scenic views of the city. To cover more of the sprawling park grounds, rent a bicycle and lock to view all of the park's sights, including the famed fountain, Alice in Wonderland statues, rolling Strawberry Fields, and the iconic resevoir.

Are New York City museums really free?

Many of the city’s coveted museums, including MoMA and The Met, charge an admission fee upon entry. However, there are many museums that offer an eclectic focus, are always free, and are typically located outside of the downtown neighborhoods. Check out The Bronx Museum of the Arts, the Socrates Sculpture Park, and The Harbor Defense Museum.

Are there things to see on the subway?

People-watching is obvious, but there's a hidden gem for passengers taking the N Train from Manhattan to Queens. Keep your eyes focused on the right-side windows while under the East River. One window allows a view of aquatic life and the cement pillars of the Queensboro Bridge.

What's the best way to see the Statue of Liberty?

Skip the hassle of a crowded Statue of Liberty boat ride. Instead, take a free ride on the Staten Island Ferry. The round-trip cruise lasts about 50 minutes and offers stunning views of the skyline, Statue of Liberty, and more.

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