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Point  ($$) 9.9
stay time indicator 1.0-2.0 hr stay Closed now Check Hours of Operation
Landmark, Historic Place, Skyscraper

Wheelchair Accessible, Trendy, Dine In, Breathtaking Views, Famous, Family Fun, Lush, Architectural Marvel, Self Guided Tour, Exhibitions, Souvenirs, Sightseeing, Photography

20 W 34th St., new york

Empire state building, an American cultural icon and America’s Favorite Architecture, is one of the world's tallest building (ranks 6th in US, 43rd in world) and has been named as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Its name is derived from New York State's nickname, "The Empire State". It's initial design was derived from two building: Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Carew Tower in Cincinnati, Ohio. Known to be one of the most photographed building in the world, don't forget to tag your your shots #EmpireStateBuilding. Becasuse of the height of the building, under the right atmospheric conditions, couples can experience a slight electric shock when they kiss. The building took only lightning fast 11 months to built and is made up of 200,000 cubic feet of Indiana Limestone and has it's own Zipcode: 10118. On a clear day one can see five states from our Observatories: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts. The building has two observatories on the 86th and 102nd floors attracting around four million visitors annually providing spectacular views of Newyork city and surrounding neighborhoods. The building has been featured in several movies such as "An Affair to Remember," "Sleepless in Seattle," "Elf" and "The Amazing Spider-Man". The couple who marry on Valentine's Day, on the 80th floor become members of the Empire State Building Wedding Club. They receive free admission to the observatory each year on February 14 (their anniversary) thereafter.

Point  (Free Entry) 9.5
stay time indicator 1.5-2.0 hr stay Open now Check Hours of Operation
Scenic, National Park, Greenery

Local Favorite, Wheelchair Accessible, Dog Friendly, Hiking, Biking, Guided Tours, Relaxing, Breathtaking Views, Family Fun, Free Entry, Lush, Self Guided Tour, Exhibitions, Bike Rentals, Sightseeing Tours, Sportfishing, Walking Around, People Watching, Birding, Boating, Skating, Tennis, Concerts, Sightseeing, Photography, Art Gallery, Aquarium

central park, new york

Central Park is an iconic 843-acre first major landscaped public park in the United States. It is the most visited (more than 42 million) and the most filmed location in the world. The visitors can enjoy scenic hills, meadows while taking a walk. There are ice-skating rinks, strawberry fields, ball fields, Belvedere castle, a zoo, a beautiful bow bridge, fountains, a wildlife sanctuary, Elm tree path (the mall), Cleopatra's needle, a large area of natural woods, and the Delacorte Theater; an amphitheater that hosts the "Shakespeare in the Park" summer festivals. Six miles path inside the park is used by joggers, cyclists, skateboarders, and inline skaters, especially when automobile traffic is prohibited, on weekends and in the evenings after 7:00 pm. Central Park is one of the best outdoor venues for huge concerts. Around 980,000 people attended the Garth Brooks concert in 1997 making it "the most attended concert" in its history. The Central Park Carousel, one of the largest merry-go-rounds in the US was installed in the park in 1951. The area where Central Park now stands was once covered and surrounded by glaciers about 12,000 years ago. If you want to experience both nature and arts, Central Park is the place to be.

Point  ($$$) 9.2
stay time indicator 2.0-2.5 hr stay Closed now Check Hours of Operation
Architecture, Museum

Local Favorite, Wheelchair Accessible, Guided Tours, Breathtaking Views, Famous, Family Fun, Self Guided Tour, Exhibitions, Music, Art Gallery

1000 fifth avenue, new york

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest art museum in the United States and one of the most visited museums in the world. It was founded in 1870 by the group of businessmen financiers, artists, and cultural enthusiast. The museum showcase more than two million works divided among seventeen curatorial departments. The collection consists of works of art from classical; antiquity, ancient Egypt, paintings and sculpture from nearly all European masters, also the collection of American and modern art. The museum also features encyclopedic collections of musical instrument, costumes, and accessories as well as unique weapons and armor from around the world. The longest work in the museum collection is from 16th-century Egyptian carpet and the smallest is a 1.1-inch cylinder that was used to stamp impression on clay. The MET has been featured in many movies and comic books which make it most visited museum in the world with around 6.3 million visitors in 2015.

Point  (Free Entry) 8.5
stay time indicator 0.5-1.5 hr stay Open now Check Hours of Operation
Scenic, Novelty Attraction, Shopping Place

Wheelchair Accessible, Dog Friendly, Dine In, Biking, Shopping, Guided Tours, Breathtaking Views, Street Performance, Famous, Free Entry, Exhibitions, Bike Rentals, Souvenirs, Sightseeing Tours, Walking Around, People Watching, Concerts, Sightseeing, Nightlife, Photography, Music, Dance, Art Gallery, Movie Night, Live Shows

times square, new york

Times Square, popularly known as the Crossroads of the World, is an iconic; busiest tourist attraction. More than 50 million people visit this place annually. It is always crowded but for a special occasion like New Year’s Eve - the “Dropping of the ball” ceremony, it attracts more than a million visitors. Big, bright, and unforgettable flashing neon lights and brilliantly lit billboards and screens (not to mention the world’s largest LED NASDAQ sign!) make this place vibrant and exciting. This place offers an electrifying experience for everyone. There is a lot of entertainment options for families and people in all age groups; such as Broadway and street shows, Theatre, Concerts, Shopping, museums, and home to some of the best restaurants. You'll run into several street artists, people dressed as different superheroes, characters from movies/shows, etc. Feel free to take pictures with them in exchange for tips. The place is full of stores, hotels, cafes, bars, restaurants, and ticket booths. There are also many theatres and cinemas in the area.

Point  ($$) 8.8
stay time indicator 0.75-1.25 hr stay Open now Check Hours of Operation
Architecture, Skyscraper, Observation Deck

Wheelchair Accessible, Dine In, Breathtaking Views, Famous, Family Fun, Lush, Self Guided Tour, Sightseeing, Photography, Private Events, Free Wifi, Multilingual Staff

30 Rockefller plaza, new york

Top of The Rock or simply "the deck" is an American Art Deco skyscraper that forms the centerpiece of Rockefeller Center in Midtown Manhattan, New York. It offers a 360-degree unobstructed view of the city, including New York harbor, Central Park, Hudson River, the outer boroughs, and beyond. There are two indoor viewing lounges on the 67th and 69th floors and one open-air deck on the 70th floor. Truly a photographer's delight; snap unobstructed views and feel like you're floating directly above Central Park's intricate pathways and reservoir. The visitor can also go through tons of other things during the holidays; the Christmas tree, the Saks Fifth Avenue windows, and the ice skating on the iconic rink. The best time to go to the top is slightly before sunset so you can see the city in daylight and at night. There is no limit to how long you can stay up there. The visitors can enjoy the spectacular views of the whole city at night, especially the colorful Empire State Building.

Point  ($$) 9.0
stay time indicator 2.0-3.0 hr stay Closed now Check Hours of Operation
Museum, Artsy

Wheelchair Accessible, Dine In, Guided Tours, Family Fun, Self Guided Tour, Exhibitions, Behind The Scenes Tours, Coffee Tea, Cafe

11 west 53 street, new york

The Museum of modern art is one of the largest and most influential museums of primarily American and European modern and contemporary art ranging from the late 19th century to the present. Visitors can browse through the following types of exhibits: Architecture and Design, Prints and Illustrated Books, Media and Performance Art, Painting and Sculpture, Drawings, Photography, and Film, and special exhibits throughout the year. The MOMA’s library includes approximately 300,000 books and exhibition catalogs, over 1000 periodical titles, and over 40,000 files of ephemera. Visitors can also take advantage of online educational programs, tours, lectures, and a number of war programs. The views are great in the summer, although winter is the busiest time of year. The gift shop is always fun to visit.

Point  (Free Entry) 9.0
stay time indicator 0.5-1.25 hr stay Open now Check Hours of Operation
Scenic, Public Park, Greenery

Local Favorite, Wheelchair Accessible, Hiking, Relaxing, Family Fun, Free Entry, Exhibitions, Walking Around, People Watching, Behind The Scenes Tours, Picnic, Guided Tours, Various Food Options

812 Washington St, new york

The Highline is a 1.45 miles long new york city park built on an elevated section of a disused freight rail line on Manhattan's West Side. Visitors encounter nature, art, design, flowers, foliage, old train tracks and, a beautiful cityscape on the trail. A lot of activities are available to play, create and learn together in the park. Each year, Friends of the High Line creates fun and innovative opportunities for people of all ages to experience the park in a new way.

Point  (Free Entry) 9.1
stay time indicator 0.5-1.0 hr stay Open now Check Hours of Operation
Architecture, Historic Place, Landmark

Wheelchair Accessible, Dog Friendly, Biking, Breathtaking Views, Family Fun, Free Entry, Lush, Self Guided Tour, Bike Rentals, Walking Around, People Watching, Nightlife, Photography

Brooklyn Bridge, new york

The Brooklyn Bridge has become one of the most famous sights in New York. More than 120,000 vehicles, 10,000 pedestrians, and 4,000 bikes cross it every day. The Brooklyn Bridge was the first suspension bridge to use steel rather than iron for its cables. It is a great place to take photos. the second floor of Brooklyn Bridge is the walking bridge for visitors. You can also rent a bike to cross the bridge. A walk on the Brooklyn Bridge is a must-do while in Brooklyn.

Point  (Price varies) 9.2
stay time indicator 0.5-1.0 hr stay Closed now Check Hours of Operation
Sightseeing, Historic Place, Neighbourhood

Guided Tours, Street Performance, Famous, Family Fun, Free Entry, Self Guided Tour, Souvenirs, Sightseeing Tours, Walking Around, People Watching, Sightseeing, Nightlife, Pizza, Cafe, Live Shows, Full Bar

Theater District, new york

Theater District is a Manhattan Neighborhood with 41 broadway theaters and many other theaters, movie theaters, restaurants, hotels, and other entertaining places. Broadway is one of the most famous streets in New York with big, splashy musicals. The Theater District runs approximately from West 41st to West 54th Streets (south to north), and Sixth to Eighth Avenues (east to west).

Point  (Price varies) 8.9
stay time indicator 0.5-1.25 hr stay Closed now Check Hours of Operation
Theatre, Architecture, Novelty Attraction

Wheelchair Accessible, Dine In, Guided Tours, Family Fun, Concerts, Behind The Scenes Tours, Live Shows

1260 6th Avenue, new york

Radio city hall, the entertainment venue located in Rockefeller Center, is the largest indoor theater in the world. It can hold over 6,000 people. Year-round performances such as leading pop and rock performances, television events like grammy awards, the Tony Awards, the Daytime Emmy Awards, the MTV Video Music Awards, and the NFL Draft have taken place in the hall. Theater focuses mainly on concerts and live stage shows throughout the year. Occasionally some movies premier and feature run take place such as the harry potter movie series. The shooting of many shows like Wheel of Fortune, Saturday Night Live, Barney & Friends, Celebrity Jeopardy, America's Got Talent took place in the Radio city hall. The radio city hall also conducts the Christmas spectacular featuring The Rockettes(women’s precision dance team) annually during holidays (November - Early January).

Point  ($$) 8.7
stay time indicator 0.75-1.5 hr stay Closed now Check Hours of Operation
Museum, Artsy

Wheelchair Accessible, Guided Tours, Exhibitions, Concerts, Art Gallery

945 Madison Avenue, new york

Encounter masterpieces from the Renaissance to the early twentieth century at the Frick Collection. It is home to the high-quality collection of the perfect mix of architecture, interior design, paintings, furniture, and sculptures. Unlike other museums, which arrange works of art by date or artist or style, the Frick Collection Museum arranges paintings solely by Frick's (founder of Frick collection) own design. The museum also features the work of Rembrandt, Giovanni Bellini, El Greco, Frans Hals, Johannes Vermeer, Francois Boucher, Thomas Gainsborough, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Joseph Mallord William Turne, and much more.

Point  ($$) 8.9
stay time indicator 1.5-2.0 hr stay Closed now Check Hours of Operation
Architecture, Museum, Artsy

Wheelchair Accessible, Dine In, Guided Tours, Family Fun, Exhibitions, Behind The Scenes Tours, Cafe, Private Events

99 Gansevoort Street, new york

Whitney Museum exhibits a wide range of twentieth-century and contemporary American art, especially the works by living artists. There are more than 21,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, films, videos, and artifacts of new media by more than 3,000 artists.

Point  (Free Entry) 9.0
stay time indicator 0.5-0.75 hr stay Open now Check Hours of Operation
Architecture, Historic Place, Skyscraper

Wheelchair Accessible, Dine In, Free Entry, Lush, Walking Around, Photography, Cafe

175 5th Avenue, new york

The Flatiron Building is an iconic 22-story triangular-shaped steel-framed groundbreaking skyscraper. The Flatiron Building was constructed between 1901 and 1903 at the intersection of Broadway and Fifth Avenue, one of the most prominent locations in New York City. It was one of the tallest buildings in the city with 20 floors high and among the only two skyscrapers in the north of 14th street. The pointed end of the building is just 6.5 feet wide and opens at an acute angle of roughly 25 degrees.

Point  (Free Entry) 9.0
stay time indicator 0.25-0.5 hr stay Open now Check Hours of Operation
Architecture, Historic Place, Landmark

Wheelchair Accessible, Breathtaking Views, Family Fun, Free Entry, Walking Around, People Watching, Photography

405 Lexington Avenue, new york

The Chrysler Building, an art deco-style skyscraper, is one of the finest buildings in New York by many architects. It was the world's tallest building for 11 months before the Empire State Building. It is the tallest building made of brick and steel structure. The building has been featured in many films because of its architectural design. The interior of the building is even more magnificent than its exterior. It houses the world’s very first digital clock. The marble floor and many art deco patterns such as the stylish elevators doors, more than 3800 windows make the Chrysler Building one of New York’s most beautiful buildings. You can walk into the main lobby and take pictures of the murals.