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  • 1

    Times Square

    4.5
    531 reviews

    This is a MUST when visiting NYC. You never get bored here! The lights the noise, the people, the food, the colors.... I do strongly recommend you pay a visit to it especially during nighttime.

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  • 2

    Central Park

    4.5
    429 reviews

    I love being able to be in a city but have an oasis of green. Central Park is exactly that and a little more. Hidden gems like the Balto or Alice in Wonderland statues are sure to amuse kids of all ages.

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  • 3

    Empire State Building

    4.5
    302 reviews

    The Empire State Building opened in 1931, and during it's first five years, because of the Great depression, it was largely empty. Thus earning the nickname the "Empty State Building." If you're going to visit this majestic building, make sure you pay the extra fifteen dollars and go to the 102nd Floor Observatory. The views on the 86 floor are ...

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  • 4

    Statue of Liberty

    4.5
    238 reviews

    Must See. Give me your tired, your poor... Lady Liberty is the first part of NYC our immigrant parents saw. I like returning to show how well the generations who came after have fone. USA all the way. Learn about the historic ties to France and more recent end of 20th century restoration. Very significant symbol. If climbing inside, beware ...

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  • 5

    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    4.5
    195 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 ...

    Popular withDesignHistoryLocal
  • 6

    Rockefeller Center

    4
    213 reviews

    Great to walk around and see all the shops. My sister loves the Nintendo store that is close to here so we always have to stop by when we are here.

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  • 7

    High Line Park

    4.5
    161 reviews

    This is one of my favorite places in the city. It's a park in the Meatpacking district up on old train trestles...it's the coolest thing built in NYC in decades. Great views, places to eat and drink, etc..,

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  • 8

    American Museum of Natural History

    4.5
    148 reviews

    This museum is huge and wonderful. Obligatory passage for those going to New York the first time. You must contribute at the entrance but can contribute with $ 1, which can be a great savings on a long trip. Este museu é enorme e maravilhoso. Passagem obrigatória para quem vai a Nova York pela primeira vez. Você deve contribuir na ...

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  • 9

    National September 11 Memorial & Museum

    4.5
    157 reviews

    We visited the memorial on a cold January day. Even though we had timed tickets, we had to wait in line for over 45mins and the cold made it feel much longer. But it was heartwarming to see so many people from all over the world waiting. The memorial was still under construction, but the two pools (built over the ...

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  • 10

    MoMA—Museum of Modern Art

    4.5
    141 reviews

    Essentially the best art museum I have ever been to. Granted I have not been to the Louvre yet but the MoMA is world class. With an incredible permanent collection and always great new works. Featuring pieces by some of the world most famous artists the MoMA is awe inspiring for any audience.

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  • 11

    Top of the Rock

    4.5
    134 reviews

    I preferred this to the Empire State Building. The queue to go up wasn't as long plus the view included the Empire State Building.

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  • 12

    Washington Square Park

    4.5
    112 reviews

    Washington Square is located in Washington Square Park and is one of the most iconic parks in New York City thanks to the arch. The prominent monument makes it a popular spot for meet-ups. Plus, the arch has been featured in classic films such as When Harry Met Sally, one of my favorite films. :-)

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  • 13

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    4.5
    88 reviews

    This cathedral is undergoing an extensive 3-4 year renovation that, unless you are fascinated by scaffolding, you may be as disappointed by your visit as I was. Wait until 2015, and visit instead St Thomas Church a block down on the other side of the street.

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  • 14

    Bryant Park

    4.5
    88 reviews

    This place is the perfect portrait of the NYC lifestyle. Right next to NY Public Library is the perfect place to rest in the middle of the day.

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  • 15

    FAO Schwarz

    4
    89 reviews

    Very cool Toy store, with a lot of over-sized and giant toys and candy. It will bring the child out of even the most jaded visitor :)

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  • 16

    New York Public Library

    4.5
    74 reviews

    I liked to just sit on the steps, eat something and watch the people who were walking by :) There's also a small park area with tables and chairs

    Popular withHistoryLocalStudents
  • 17

    Greenwich Village

    4.5
    72 reviews

    Greenwich Village is a less touristy part of Manhattan but it's a great neighborhood and home to Washington Square Park and a number of good small restaurants, and unique boutique clothing stores.

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  • 18

    Chinatown

    4
    98 reviews

    Home to the largest enclave of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere, Chinatown reflects supreme authenticity of the Chinese culture imported from the motherland miles away. Vibrant signs, store and restaurant fronts, and displays fill the streets luring locals and tourists to embrace some of China without a passport.

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  • 19

    Broadway

    4.5
    69 reviews

    I saw Phantom of the Opera here - and though we sat at the top of the theater against the back wall, it was a hair-raising performance and an unforgettable experience. Theater lovers will thrive here.

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  • 20

    Union Square

    4
    73 reviews

    This is a cool little park with loads of great restaurants and bars surrounding it. One of the best movie theaters is nearby and a few days a week there is a great farmers market. It also has lots of local artists selling their wares...

    Popular withLocalFoodiesDesign
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