Attractions in New York City

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    Museum of Arts and Design

    Visit the Museum of Arts and Design, that collects, displays, & interprets objects that document contemporary &...

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    Madison Square Park

    Madison Square Park is located just 8 blocks south of the Empire State Building. Madison Square was...

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    The Drawing Center

    The Drawing Center is one of the city's most highly respected small art museums. Top attraction in...

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    Morgan Library and Museum

    The museum has rare materials, important music manuscripts, a fine collection of early children's books and manuscripts, and materials from the twentieth century.

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    Madison Square Garden

    Madison Square Garden is located in Manhattan on Seventh Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets. The Garden is host to many concerts, events and sport teams.

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    Madame Tussauds Wax Museum

    Madame Tussauds New York is one of New York's top attraction. Mingle with the stars at this fantastic day out near Times Square.

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    Metropolitan Museum of Art

    The Metropolitan Museum's collection contains more than two million works of art from all points of the compass, ancient through modern times.

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    Jones Beach State Park

    Jones Beach State Park is a world-class swimming destination. The park offers surf bathing along its 6.5...

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    Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum

    Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum is of the most successful ships in US History, now a...

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    Studio Museum in Harlem

    Studio Museum in Harlem, features paintings and photos by some artists of African descent as well as...

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    International Center of Photography

    International Center of Photography shares collections at ICP that contains more than 100000 photographs. Since its opening...

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    Skyscraper Museum

    Skyscraper Museum founded in 1996, the museum is in Lower Manhattan, NYC. A private, not-for-profit, educational to...

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    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

    Lincoln Center is a leading performing arts center located on sixteen acres on the Upper West Side in New York City.

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    Jazz at Lincoln Center

    Jazz at Lincoln Center is a part of Lincoln Center for Performing Arts. It is located ...

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    Harbor Defense Museum

    Explore the Harbor Defense Museum is also known as The Caponier. The Museum has collection of military...

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    American Folk Art Museum

    Captures the heart of American culture. It speaks to diversity of heritage and shared national experience, individual creativity, and community values.

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    Yankee Stadium

    The new Yankee stadium opened in 2009 and located right across from historic Yankee Stadium and is...

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    Rubin Museum of Art

    Rubin Museum of Art offers opportunities for cross-cultural exploration through films, talks, music, and dance. Guides are...

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    Javits Center

    Javist Center hosts New York City’s Largest Convention Center, located on the West Side of Manhattan.

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    Greater Astoria Historical Society

    Visit The Greater Astoria Historical Society, chartered in 1985. It is a non-profit organization supported by the...

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    Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    Explore Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a plaza features a reflecting fountain, that honor plaques and other tributes...

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    Washington Arch

    The Washington Arch was built in 1892 and replaced the wooden arch from 1889 to commemorate the...

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    Queens Museum of Art

    Visit The Queens Museum of Art presents artistic and educational programs that directly relate to the contemporary...

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    Grand Central Terminal

    Discover Grand Central Terminal in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. It is the most recognizable train terminal...

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    Japan Society

    Since 1907, New York's Japan Society has evolved into North America's single major producer of high-quality content on Japan for an English-speaking audience.

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    Upper East Side Attractions

    This area is home to many Museums, older mansion, as well as upscale Madison Avenue shopping and...

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    Prospect Park

    Prospect Park is a 585-acre urban oasis located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York City's most...

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    Gracie Mansion Conservancy

    Visit the nonprofit Gracie Mansion Conservancy, it is one of the oldest surviving wood structures in Manhattan...

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    Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art

    The Museum's current exhibit, Tibetan Portrait: The Power of Compassion, features 17 portraits by renowned contemporary photographer, Phil Borges.

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    Flatiron Building

    Flatiron Building is considered to be a groundbreaking skyscraper. It was completed in 1902 by Architect Daniel...

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    United Nations

    The United Nations located on the east side of Midtown Manhattan, it is one of the most...

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    Nicholas Roerich Museum

    Nicholas Roerich Museum displays approximately 200 of Arts work, and keeps them permanently on display, for visitors...

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    International Print Center

    Established in Chelsea in September 2000 as the first and only non-profit institution devoted solely to the exhibition and understanding of fine art prints.

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    General Grant National Memorial

    General Grant National Memorial is the final resting place of President Ulysses Simpson Grant and his wife...

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    Federal Reserve Bank of New York

    The Reserve is everything you've seen in movies and shows, the lowest floor is 50 feet below sea level and contains billions of dollars worth of gold.

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    Trinity Church

    Trinity Church, designed by Richard Upjohn and consecrated on Ascension Day in 1846, includes the graves and...

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    New York Public Library

    Visit the New York Public Library, features historic pair of marble lions, known as Patience and Fortitude....

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    Fraunces Tavern Museum

    Museum's collection of artifacts, paintings, drawings and documents related to the colonial, revolutionary, and early federal periods of American history.

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    Empire State Building

    One of New York City's main tourist attractions, the Empire State Building, a National Historic Landmark, is located in the heart of Manhattan.

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    Top of the Rock

    Top of the Rock Observation Deck is the top sightseeing attraction in midtown Manhattan in New York...

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    New York Philharmonic

    Founded in 1842, The New York Philharmonic is the oldest symphony orchestra in the US and the third oldest in the world.

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    Ellis Island Immigration Museum

    The Circle Line-Statue of Liberty Ferry provides transportation to Ellis Island from Battery Park in New York and Liberty State Park in New Jersey.

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    Ed Sullivan Theater

    If you want to be entertained, head to the Ed Sullivan Theater located in Midtown, it is the home of the late show with David Letterman.

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    Fourth Arts Block

    Each year, the Fourth Arts Block members’ programs serve more than 1,200 artists and attract an audience of more than 200,000.

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    Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace

    Visit Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace, It is a home of the 26th president Teddy Roosevelt in the 19th...

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    New York Historical Society

    The New York Historical Society is located in a landmark building at 170 Central Park West between...

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    Eldridge Street Synagogue

    Immerse yourself in Jewish history and culture at the magnificent newly restored Eldridge Street Synagogue in the lower east side of New York City.

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    Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

    Nestled in a small park, the farmhouse is an extraordinary reminder of early Manhattan and an important part of its diverse Inwood neighborhood.

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    New York City Fire Museum

    The New York City Fire Museum has the country’s most important collections of artifacts and art from...

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    The Village Underground

    The “Village Underground” is one of the best place to hear live music in an intimate setting.