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  • 1

    Times Square

    525 reviews

    First time visitors must visit Times Square even if only once. Its crazy and busy with tourists, but you will either love it or hate it. Keep an eye out for the Naked Cowboy

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  • 2

    Central Park

    422 reviews

    We went to NYC in April and the park was still very gray because of all the snow and rain. Probably in the summer thia place hits the "must be" but not on winter.

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  • 3

    Empire State Building

    298 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

    235 reviews

    Take the bus or subway to South ferry terminal. This is great for seeing the city skyline, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Totally free, the ferry runs 24 hours. There’s always a crowd of tourists on deck taking photos as the boat passes the Statue of Liberty. Worth the trip!

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  • 5

    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    192 reviews

    So happy that i got to see the Jeff Koons exhibit on the roof here! TIP: This is one of the museums that is not donation based for entrance. So make sure to stay and get your $25 worth (adult price)!

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  • 6

    Rockefeller Center

    209 reviews

    This is where the Today show is filmed, where NBC studios is located, St. Patricks cathedral is right across the street, and Radio city music hall is just around the corner. During the winter you'll get to see the ice rink and Christmas tree which make this area even more beautiful.

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  • 7

    High Line Park

    156 reviews

    An historic 1.45 mile elevated former New York Central Railroad spur transformed into a beautiful linear park perfect for relaxation or a 1 mile stroll with an elevated view of Manhattan's street life.

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  • 8

    American Museum of Natural History

    145 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

    154 reviews

    I really enjoyed the 9/11 Memorial for its simplicity and understated elegant design. The two infinity pools make you think of eternity, a seemingly unseen fall into the abyss, and the "survivor" tree as a beautiful symbol of life. Book tickets online a day prior to visiting; no admission fee. The museum, an impressive 4-level structure, is built to bring ...

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  • 10

    MoMA—Museum of Modern Art

    137 reviews

    I will be the first to say that I am a cultural neophyte. I don't quite "get" modern art -- friends and I will chortle over modern pieces, and make predictable jabs along the lines of "My five-year old could do that." That being said, it is very difficult not to be impressed or at least entertained by the MoMA. ...

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  • 11

    Top of the Rock

    133 reviews

    Top of the rock offers a very different experience from the classic Empire State Building (more on in other review). For one, the lines are short. Even when there are one, it moves quickly. The observatory has multiple floors and could fit a lot of people. My favorite part beside the city skyline is the interactive room with the sensors. ...

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  • 12

    Washington Square Park

    111 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.

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  • 13

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    87 reviews

    One of New York's most celebrated landmarks, St Patrick's Cathedral is a neo-Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral church in midtown Manhattan. Completed in 1878, the cathedral was designed by James Renwick, Jr. in the Gothic Revival style. It's most pleasant to visit during Christmas time with daily masses and beautiful decorations all throughout. It's also fascinating to witness the cathedral's Gothic ...

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  • 14

    Bryant Park

    85 reviews

    This is one of my favorite spots in the city. It is located close to several attractions and gives you a break from the hustle of the city. I love to people watch here in the summer, grab a coffee, sit near the fountain and just watch the world go by. in the winter it's a great place to ice ...

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  • 15

    FAO Schwarz

    87 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

    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

    71 reviews

    If you've never been to New York before and you want to get a feel for the Greenwich Village scene, hang out in Washington Square Park. The park is named for the triumphal arch of George Washington, which you can see all the way up 5th avenue from the 30's on down. Washington Square is bordered by a number of ...

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  • 18


    97 reviews

    Great People Watching! To watch all of the older folks play mahjong in Columbus Park and visit the big Buddha in Mahayana Temple. If you a photographer you can make a day of it. Also the best Dim Sum in the city!

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  • 19


    65 reviews

    TKTS is your best bet for discount tickets, but you can get an even better deal if you know exactly what show you want to see. Some shows have a lottery before each show. You go the theater a few hours before the show, put down your name, and if your name gets drawn, you get up to two tickets ...

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  • 20

    Union Square

    73 reviews

    The epicentre of a bustling mix of activities, Union Square is a must stop in downtown NYC. The park is great for a lunch break on a sunny day, although sketchy at night. The Green Market is delightful, filled with fresh produce, flowers and artisan items, as is the artsy scene of musicians on the steps. Union Square also offers ...

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