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  • 1

    Times Square

    535 reviews

    You've gotta see it once - then get out and away from the tourists to the really interesting stuff in NYC, of which there is plenty!

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  • 2

    Central Park

    432 reviews

    Even if you had an entire day, I don't think you could soak up all Central Park has to offer. It is sprawling and full of so many attractions. The absolute best for people watching!

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  • 3

    Empire State Building

    303 reviews

    I would recommend that you come to this place very early because there are tons of lines you have to pass through as well as security. The place does a great and efficient job in getting the people in and moving the lines as quickly as possible. I ended up coming for the late night and it was running. NOT ...

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  • 4

    Statue of Liberty

    239 reviews

    A huge part of American history and quite a feat if structural engineering - a trip you should definitely make if you have a few hours to spare. It's $18 for an adult to see the Statue of Liberty with a self guided headphone tour and to see Ellis island too. Well worth the money and they tell you all ...

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  • 5

    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    196 reviews

    MET, so beautiful and so much art to check out. I don't know much about art, but this place is so awesome. I honestly came spend hours upon hours exploring this place. I've been here twice already and I still haven't explored everything. Everything is so beautiful! Definitely one of my fav place to explore when I go to NY.

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    Rockefeller Center

    213 reviews

    On my fourth visit to Manhattan I went to The Rock. You get great views of all of Manhattan. You can see all the way to the Burroughs, New Jersey, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty.

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  • 7

    High Line Park

    167 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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  • 8

    American Museum of Natural History

    151 reviews

    This museum is awesome. Huge collection of everything from gigantic dinosaur skeletons to wild animals to masks and other indigenous gear from places like Papua New Guinea. Great with kids but equally good without. One of my favorite spots for a Saturday afternoon.

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  • 9

    MoMA—Museum of Modern Art

    144 reviews

    Everyone should go at least once to see what they like, personally I prefer the Met over MoMa, but it does have a few odd/cool sections. If you go on a sponsored free day, expect a ton of kids and a crowd.

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  • 10

    National September 11 Memorial & Museum

    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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  • 11

    Top of the Rock

    136 reviews

    Before buying a ticket ask about the visibility. It can be zero visibility even when it seems sunny when you down

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  • 12

    Washington Square Park

    114 reviews

    If you are hanging out in Greenwich Village on a nice day grab a coffee, lunch to go, or ice cream (cup or cone) and walk down to Washington Square Park for an afternoon of relaxation and vibrant entertainment. People come to this park to show off their instrumental skills while others ride bicycles, rollerblade, and bask in the sun.

    Popular withLocalOutdoorStudents
  • 13

    Bryant Park

    89 reviews

    Bryant Park are extremely different in the summer time and in the winter time. During the summer, you see Bryant Park as a big green field with chairs and tables for people to sit and chat, eat lunch, and chill while in the winter time, you go to Bryant Park to ice skate! There are usually some venders that sell ...

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  • 14

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    88 reviews

    When I went the summer of 2014, it felt like 75% was under scaffolding, exterior and interior. I'm sure it's very impressive when you can see it, but right now is not the best time.

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  • 15

    FAO Schwarz

    89 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!

    Popular withFamiliesLocalHistory
  • 16

    New York Public Library

    77 reviews

    Undoubtedly the best public library in the world. The British Library has a better manuscript and rare book collection, but this place is amazing across the board.

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  • 17

    Greenwich Village

    73 reviews

    I love Greenwich Village. It's one of my favorite enclaves in New York City due to its cobble stone streets, and mix of cafes, bohemian boutiques, and restaurants. When spring arrives, the cherry blossom trees emerge in full force, making Greenwich Village more lovely and picturesque.

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  • 18


    101 reviews

    Go here from some of the best food on the planet and also for local color. Prices are quite reasonable.

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  • 19


    71 reviews

    There is only one NYC & there is only one Broadway. There is nothing like it anywhere! Although Broadway is a lvery ong street, most people think of Broadway as another word for NYC theatre. Broadway is comprised of approximately 40 professional theaters. There are several ways to secure tickets when you are already in NYC. We sometimes go to ...

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  • 20

    Solomon R Guggenheim Museum

    73 reviews

    They don't let you take photos anywhere other than at the ground level. Overall, not very taken by the art here (not my genre). The architecture of the building is really commendable!

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