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Unlock the magic of New York

A city that never sleeps, New York is one of the finest cities in the world. Manhattan is one of the city’s 5 boroughs and is a major global financial centre. Iconic buildings include the Empire State Building and Central Park spreads itself between Upper West Side and the Upper East Side. Broadway theaters, shows and cinemas are some of the best in the world.

Attractions in New York

Brooklyn Bridge
New York's iconic 19th century bridge is an awesome industrial achievement, and a symbol of American optimism.
Brooklyn Heights Promenade
An unrivalled view of Lower Manhattan's skyline over New York Harbour makes this a popular place for an evening walk.
DUMBO
Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass is a thriving neighbourhood of artistic activity and tech startups.
Brooklyn Bridge Park
A modern park built on historic foundations that affords magnificent waterfront views of Lower Manhattan.
National September 11 Memorial & Museum
A quieting tribute to the earth-shattering events of September 11, 2001.
Wall Street
The hub of US financial services that has come to represent capitalism in its purest form.
New York Stock Exchange
The world's most valuable stock exchange, trading billions of dollars daily.
Federal Hall National Memorial
A monument on the site of the old Federal Hall, where George Washington was inaugurated as the first president of the United States.
Trinity Church
A venerable church in the Wall Street area, with a turbulent history and reported land holdings of over $2 billion.
Battery Park
This historic park on Manhattan's southern tip hosts a number of memorials and a rather special carousel.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
A major financial decision-maker, this bank played a key role in the authorities' reaction to the recent economic crisis.
Freedom Tower
Opened in November 2014, the One World Trade Center is the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere.
Empire State Building
The building that defined an epoch, it stood as the world's tallest for over 40 years.
Fifth Avenue
The world's most prestigious (and expensive) shopping street.
Times Square
Neon-lit and monumentally busy, this most famous of intersections is a mecca for tourists, shoppers and protesters.
New York City Public Library
This magnificent building holds a collection of over 50 million volumes.
Bryant Park
A green oasis amongst skyscrapers and the hubbub of city life, popular with city workers taking a break.
Grand Central Station
One of the USA's most famous landmarks, this historic transport hub made New York what it is today.
Chrysler Building
A stunning Art Deco pinnacle, the Chrysler was the world's tallest building when it opened in 1930.
St Patrick’s Cathedral
This imposing Neo-Gothic construction has been the beacon of Catholicism in New York since 1878.
Rockefeller Center
An iconic complex of Art Deco buildings and public art, commissioned by the Rockefeller family.
Radio City Music Hall
A beloved entertainment venue that has earned the moniker of 'Showplace of the Nation.'
Broadway
There's a show for everyone in the world's premier theatre district.
Central Park
A green swathe through Manhattan, Central Park is a marvel of urban planning and one of the most filmed locations in the world.
Trump Tower
A 68 story skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan, built and owned by the billionaire Donald Trump.
Greenwich Village
The bohemian capital of the world - and these days one of America's priciest neighbourhoods.
Charging Bull
A guerilla installation following the 1987 stock market crash, the Charging Bull remains in the financial district as a symbol of energy, strength and unpredictability.
Brooklyn Heights
Originally Brooklyn Village, this historic neighbourhood is now a beautiful and affluent residential area.
Jefferson Market Library
The Village’s most eclectic and eccentric building, site of the 'Trial of the Century' in 1906.
Washington Square Park
Dominated by a triumphal arch, this beautiful park has a tradition of celebrating nonconformity.
SoHo
South of Houston Street is a historic district famed for its artistic atmosphere and cast-iron façades.
E. V. Haughwout Building
Created in 1856, this cast-iron landmark is home to the first passenger elevator.
Old Police Headquarters
Today a group of luxury apartments, the NYPD's former headquarters is one of the finest Beaux-Arts buildings in all New York.
Little Italy
A nostalgic area full of the legacies of Italian immigrant culture at the turn of the 20th century.
Chatham Square
From tattoo parlours to Prohibition-era reform, this Chinatown intersection is full of history.
Statue of Liberty
An emblem of America and its ideals of freedom, Lady Liberty has welcomed visitors since 1886.
Pedestal Museum
Located inside the Statue of Liberty's pedestal, the museum displays interesting Liberty exhibits including her original torch.
Ellis Island
This island served as New York’s main immigration station from 1892 until 1954.
Manhattan Chinatown
A bustling district home to the largest Chinese population in the Western Hemisphere.
Rockefeller Center Observation Deck
This high vantage point gives an incredible vista of the Big Apple.
Museum of Modern Art
Considered one of the most important museums in the world for modern art, the MoMA is located in Midtown Manhattan.
Guggenheim Museum
Set within a stunning Frank Lloyd design, this gallery is a global center of abstract art
American Museum of Natural History
Massive museum holding everything from dinosaur fossils to anthropological collections
Rose Center for Earth and Space
Science museum hosting both the Dynamic Earth Globe and the Hayden Planetarium
Museum of Modern Art
Gallery devoted to the story of art from the late 19th century to the modern day
Whitney Museum of American Art
Large collection of American art in an impressive building designed by Marcel Breuer
American Folk Art Museum
8 storey museum that has covered American folk art since 1961
City Hall Park
Common area outside City Hall that has seen been the site of many historic events
St Paul's Chapel
Episcopal Church that still has pew where George Washington prayed after his inauguration
Bowling Green
Small park where a statue of George III used to reign over Lower Manhattan
Fraunces Tavern
The place where George Washington gave his farewell address after the Revolutionary War
New York City Hall
Fine 19th century building that hosts the Mayor’s office
High Line
Innovative urban park on old train route
Castle Clinton
19th century fort in Battery Park
5th Precinct
One of New York's most well known precincts. It polices Chinatown and Little Italy.
Hotel Chelsea
A historic hotel, home to many famous characters from the past including Jimi Hendricks and Dylan Thomas.
Chelsea Market
A food hall built inside the factory complex where the Oreo cookie was invented.
The Bushwick Collective
Outdoor art gallery showcasing some of New York's finest street art.
Bushwick Collective
NYC’s most prolific neighborhood for street art and graffiti.
Eldridge Street Synagogue
Built in 1887, the Eldridge Street Synagogue remains a historic landmark in Manhattan's Chinatown neighborhood.
Kehila Kedosha Janina Synagogue and Museum
A synagogue built in 1925-27, which now functions as a museum too.
Katz's Delicatessen
An iconic Jewish deli, serving traditional culinary treats since 1888.
86th Street / 2nd Avenue Station
Check out Chuck Close's fantastic murals at 86th Street / 2nd Avenue Station.
72nd Street / 2nd Avenue Station
Perfect Strangers at 72nd Street / 2nd Avenue Station.
63rd Street / Lexington Avenue Station
Dive into the past at 63rd Street / Lexington Avenue Station.
Hudson Yards
The most expensive real estate development in American history, coming in at $25B, the Hudson Yards rejuvenated the entire western side of midtown.
Starry Night
Arguably Van Gogh's most famous painting, 'Starry Night' is on display at the MoMA.
El Museo del Barrio
Featuring Latin American art - predominantly of the Puerto Rican community, El Museo is located at the northern end of Museum Mile.
Conservatory Gardens
The only formal garden in Central Park, the Conservatory Gardens are located a the northeast corner of the sprawling New York City treasure.
Harlem Meer
Located in the northeast corner of Central Park, Harlem Meer is a lake frequented by locals for an easy sroll and is beloved for its summer concert series.
Melba's
Pop inside for local's favorite chicken and waffles, and learn about female entrepreneurship in the neighborhood, through Melba's experience.
First Corinthian Baptist Church
With people worshiping in the location since the early 1930's, the church remains at the heart of Harlem for many locals.
Levain Bakery
Claimed by many to be the best cookies in New York City, don't pass by the chance to grab one of their freshly baked treats.
Lee Lee's Rugelach
Learn about the melding of cultures in Harlem over mouth-watering, award-winning rugelach, if they haven't run out for the day!
Hotel Theresa
Known in its hey-day as the 'Waldorf of Harlem', The Hotel Theresa was at the center of African-American life in the city. Famous guests include Malcolm X, Fidel Castro, and JFK.
Apollo Theater
The world-famous theater has headlined some of the greats of the last century, including Louis Armstrong, Sammy Davis Jr, Aretha Franklin, and Stevie Wonder. Its' list of notables is lengthy.
Sylvia's
Though it began as a soul food restaurant in the 1960's, it has expanded to include children's products, skincare products, and prepared food. Find out why it's been visited by notables including Nelson Mandela, Bernie Sanders, and Bruno Mars.
The Red Rooster
Looking for live jazz music? You've found yourself the spot, featuring jazz musicians seven days a week.
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