The Big Apple with its iconic sights, broadway musicals, world-class museums, and urban buzz will fill your calendar with reasons to love New York, the city that never sleeps.
Visit Central Park for gorgeous sights within its 843 acres of lakes, bridges, and lush grounds. Take advantage of the park’s many attractions, including the Loeb boathouse and Central Park Zoo.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
See more than three million works of art across all times and cultures at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Located on the Upper East Side, the Met is the largest art museum in the US.
The 1.1 mile Brooklyn Bridge walkway offers one of the most iconic walks in NYC. Visitors will be able to admire the bridge’s Gothic arches against the Manhattan skyline.
The High Line
Built on a historic freight rail line on the west side of Manhattan, this 1.45-mile-long linear public park is a draw with its elevated panorama and rich landscape.
One World Trade Center
At 1,776ft tall, the Freedom Tower dominates the Lower Manhattan skyline and is the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. The elevator ride up shows an animated time-lapse history of New York City construction.
New York Botanical Garden
Founded in 1891, the NYBG is a 250-acre living museum of over one million plants from around the globe. Experience the wonders of nature with their extensive garden exhibitions.
A New York City attraction for over a century, Times Square offers Broadway marquees and dazzling neon signs that add to the 24/7 buzz.
An Art Deco landmark, the Rockefeller Center offers stunning skyline views from its observation deck. Visit the area for Radio City Music Hall, shops, ice-skating, and restaurants.
New York Transit Museum
Explore vintage MTA subway cars from as far back as the ’30s in this underground NYC transit museum. The museum is located in a decommissioned subway station in downtown Brooklyn.
Empire State Building
An iconic part of the NYC skyline, this “8th World Wonder” boasts the best views of Manhattan from its observation deck. The building features changing tower lights to honor special occasions and organizations.
5th Avenue Shopping
Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue is home to flagship designer stores as well as grand historic mansions, churches, and museums.
9/11 Memorial & Museum
The September 11 Memorial is a tribute of remembrance and honor built on the site of the original Twin Towers.
Located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in Midtown Manhattan, Bryant Park is a favorite resting spot with a carousel, the main branch of the NY Public Library, and cafes nearby.
Watch a game or tour the home ballpark of baseball’s most successful franchise, the New York Yankees. The stadium offers an official gift shop and multiple dining options.
Home of the Nets, Brooklyn’s award-winning arena for concerts, conventions, basketball, and ice hockey also houses celebrity Jay-Z’s swanky sports bar the 40/40 club.
American Museum of Natural History
The AMNH is a classic natural history museum featuring a planetarium and over 30 million artifacts, including a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheim Museum building in New York is a structural work of art. The art museum is home to masterpieces from the last 3 centuries.
Museum of Modern Art
From Andy Warhol to Ai Weiwei, MoMa New York features over 100,000 pieces of groundbreaking artwork. Shop designer souvenirs at the museum’s gift shop.
Wall Street is home to the New York Stock Exchange and some of the world’s biggest financial institutions. Visit to see historic landmarks, skyscrapers, and the Charging Bull sculpture.