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    Times Square

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

    I first visited Times Square in the early 1990's when you didn't hang around, especially after dark. Today it is unrecognisable as it has become a safe family friendly attraction. If they could ever pedestrianise it, it would be even better.

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    Central Park

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

    Head for the popular "Sheep's Meadow" in Central Park and have a picnic on a rug. We will supply the rug!

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    Empire State Building

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

    Yeah, it's pretty much a must that you visit the building at least once. First tip I'll give you: get your tickets in advance. And print them out if you can, everyone in the building is trying to use the cell signal so you might have a tough time pulling it up on your phone. You also have the option ...

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    Statue of Liberty

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

    The Statue of Liberty! Great to see, I don't know that it is actually worth visiting though. And as a Jersey Girl I have to say, it's not actually in New York City!

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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
    206 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

    Great little walkway on the west side of NYC by the water with tons of art along the walk. The high line is on an old railway track and the views of the water are beautiful from up here. Definitively worth a visit when in NYC!

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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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    National September 11 Memorial & Museum

    One Liberty Plaza, NY 10006
    155 reviews

    Definitely worth a visit. I had been to NY a bunch of times during the rebuilding. Its amazing what they have done. The fountains outside are quietly powerful, creating a sense of endless falling inward that is beautiful and moving. We almost skipped the museum, as it looks really small from the outside. Glad we didn't - its massive, going ...

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  • 10

    MoMA—Museum of Modern Art

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

    The MoMA is a must see place. I was a bit reluctant to go at first, since traveling always leaves me tired of museums and monuments, but I am glad I went. The art exhibits there really make you think, and the mediums vary largely. I went when there was an exhibit on Frank Lloyd Wright and his architecture and ...

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  • 11

    Top of the Rock

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

    The views from the Top of The Rock are stunning and reflect the size and majesty of this amazing city. It’s better to go up there when the weather is nice – you can see far-far away. My favorite view from there is the view of the Central Park – you look with amazement at the spread of this enormous ...

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  • 12

    Washington Square Park

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

    A charming transition park blocks away from Union Square, West Village and NYU. A haven for musicians, artists and students all within feet from the sumptuous Washington Square Arch. Spring is the most beautiful season to enjoy a stroll with flowers blossoming at every corner.

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    Bryant Park

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

    Right next to Time Square, The public library, the Empire State Building, .. So beautiful. Take the time for a coffee there, a skate at the ice ring if it's chistmas, or a movie if it's summer.

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  • 14

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

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

    The architecture is impressive and worthy of a few paused stares; it is both a relief from the rectangular towers and skyscrapers that dot the rest of the metropolis, and an ironic change of scenery. You can attend mass if you'd like to, or simply walk around and marvel at the stained glass windows.

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  • 15

    FAO Schwarz

    767 5th Avenue, New York, NY
    86 reviews

    I think every part of the store is amazing. I love the collection of every stuffed animal known to man and the giant keyboard. We actually had to return a toy that didn't work, and even though it had been a year since we got it as a gift, they exchanged it for us without hassle!

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  • 16

    Greenwich Village

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

    The Village is an entity all on its own. Hip, edgy, and slightly eclectic - though not as glitzy as SoHo. It's a great place to stroll around a park, sip a latte, or just watch the community pass you by.

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    Chinatown, New York, NY, USA
    97 reviews

    For some reason, I just love Chinatowns everywhere I go. They have so much culture and diversity and just reminds me of where I grew up (Taiwan). It's always busy, dirty, and loud in the area, but that's just how Chinatowns are. We came here for some quick bites and also to take the infamous Chinatown bus to Boston. I ...

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  • 18

    Union Square

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

    A quintessential stop during any extended visit to NY. Nice park surrounded by good architecture. A "love it" if you include the weekend farmer's market.

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    64 reviews

    Here's a capture of a Manhattan's stretch of Broadway, the heart of the American theatre industry. Home to the best, world-renowned Broadway shows and amazing shopping, it's a must see for a trip to New York. The name Broadway is the English literal translation of the Dutch name, Breede weg. This shot was taken from Korea Town, 39th floor.

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  • 20

    Apple Store

    767 5th Ave,New York,NY
    86 reviews

    I've got a love/hate relationship with this store. Located at 59th and 5th ave, at the base of the GM Building, it's located right at my offices and attracts all kinds of riff-raff from around the world. While visually stimulating, this place is a zoo and I hate crowds. The space is beautiful, with a spiral staircase and elevator capped ...

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