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    Times Square

    43rd Street and 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10036
    523 reviews

    This place is the heart of New York. It's absolutely amazing with all of the lights and stuff. And you just feel that the puls of the City is here. Of course, there will always be a lot of people, espescially in the summer and around christmas. But it's always worth going there :)

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    Central Park

    14 East 60th Street, New York, NY 10022-1002
    416 reviews

    Central Park is amazing - it is huge and diverse - with parts that feel wild and forested, others with open fields and playgrounds, still others with manicured gardens and statues. You could spend a day here and still not feel like you got it figured out. A must see.

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    Empire State Building

    350 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10118-0100
    295 reviews

    We visited the Empire State Building early in the morning (around 8.15 am) and there was no waiting line. What can I say? "This is a Must See, even if you visit New York City for one day!"

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    Statue of Liberty

    Liberty Island, New York, NY, United States
    233 reviews

    Visiting Lady Liberty gives you a sense of American and French history. It is a source of national pride as well as a symbol for all the immigrants coming to America in the early 20th century as a beacon of hope.

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    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    1000 Fifth Avenue, New York 10028
    188 reviews

    A lovely museum in one of the greatest cities in the world, the Met is a place for art lovers. The sculpture and furniture collections are particularly impressive (but the modern art wing is just so/so). When there's a special exhibit it's usually worth the visit. The Met is also one of the only museums I've been to that has ...

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    Rockefeller Center

    Rockefeller Plz and E 49th Street, New York, NY 10020
    209 reviews

    Iconic scene in New York with the famous Christmas tree. Definitely worth checking out, they also do a very cool projection onto a building in front of the Christmas tree. Check out the nearby Lego Store too.

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    High Line Park

    519 West 23rd Street New York, 10011
    152 reviews

    High Line park is a nice 1.5 mile walk, 30 ft above the street in Chelsea and Meat Packing areas of New York, where it used to be the old train tracks. Its a nice pleasant walk with views of they city and the Hudson river.

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    American Museum of Natural History

    200 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024
    143 reviews

    I love this place...some of my earliest memories are of my Dad taking me here...over the years I have taken lots of friends and now my Brother, his wife and I take his kids. I can't get enough of the Dinosaurs, the giant whale...they have incredible films on nature and Science...the place is just amazing

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  • 9

    National September 11 Memorial & Museum

    One Liberty Plaza, NY 10006
    154 reviews

    Unfortunately the museum wasn't open yet (says Spring 2014), but I did make "reservations" online before to visit the memorial. You don't have to, you can get tickets there, they are free, but you chance having to wait in LONG LINES. I just paid the $2 "processing fee" online to avoid that. We went super early - 1030am on a ...

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  • 10

    MoMA—Museum of Modern Art

    11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019-5401
    136 reviews

    Probably my favourite museum in the world, ranks alongside the National in London at least. An incredible selection of artwork in a very relaxing, modern building

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    Top of the Rock

    West 50th Street, New York, NY 10112
    132 reviews

    You'll get an awesome view over the city. But personally I liked the Empire State Building Observatory better. Here you'll see the Central Park, which you won't get on the Empire State Building. So my tip: Do both! ;)

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  • 12

    Washington Square Park

    5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York, United States
    111 reviews

    Cute area and infamous location. This spot says New York City in almost all the movies. Highly recommend visiting!

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  • 13

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    5th Ave. between E. 50th and E. 51st Sts., Midtown East, New York, NY, 10022
    87 reviews

    St. Patrick's Cathedral may be one of the most historic churches in America. With notable clientele visiting during its lifetime and a prime location directly next to Rockefeller Center, it's also Manhattan's most iconic cathedral. Guests are allowed to visit, and souvenirs (including Holy Water containers) are available in the gift shop. There is no charge for the Holy Water ...

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  • 14

    Bryant Park

    500 5th Avenue Number 1120, New York, NY 10018
    85 reviews

    Bryant Park is a small open area park behind the New York Public Library. In the winter time there's an ice skating rink here that is much easier to access than the one at Rockefeller Center. Around Christmas there are also many small craft shops selling gifts and decorations. Bryant Park is most famous, however, for being the location of ...

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  • 15

    FAO Schwarz

    767 5th Avenue, New York, NY
    86 reviews

    Helllllooo Kittttttty everywhere. Actually, every type of toy seems to be available inside this gigantic play land. Fun to walk though, but too crowded to linger long if close to Christmas or Thanksgiving sales.

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    New York Public Library

    Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017
    72 reviews

    The New York Public Library was constructed in the late nineteenth century. It is one of the largest libraries in the world.

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  • 17

    Greenwich Village

    Greenwich Village, 111 Barrow St, New York, NY 10014, USA
    71 reviews

    One of the best neighborhoods in NYC. Great boutiques, music stores, cafés, bookstores, and restaurants. Check out 10th street between 5th and 6th ave. It is one of the prettiest blocks in the city!

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  • 18


    Chinatown, New York, NY, USA
    97 reviews

    really make you feel like you left the city for a bit. If you want to eat their local food ... great. But make sure to check the reviews on Yelp first ... And if you're looking for cheap and nice souvenirs, jewlerie or counterfeits, it's the place to go.

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  • 19

    Union Square

    E 16th St., New York, NY 10003
    73 reviews

    Union Square was interesting. A nice place to sit and enjoy lunch (there are many great restaurants around that spot).

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  • 20


    64 reviews

    Great long strip of lots of little theatres which was unexpected - I had envisioned huge theatres. Leave plenty of time to get to your show. Traffic gets really log jammed round here and we nearly didn't make it. Saw The Book of Mormon which is highly, highly recommended. One of the funniest shows I've ever seen.

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