FeelNYC with some New York City sightseeing. There are lots of things to do and see in the Big Apple, which can be quite daunting if you’ve never been to such a huge place. So, here is a little guide of five major tourist attractions in New York.
Located at the Rockefeller Center, the Top of the Rock Observation Deck in the GE Skyscraper, boasts the most spectacular views of New York. This building also famously houses the television network NBC and comprises the 10th tallest building in the city.
Standing majestically on Staten Island is lady Liberty. An icon of the country and symbol of freedom, this world famous statue was a gift from the French. If you’re coming to New York then this is a definite stop off. Tip: Take the Staten Island Ferry, as it will allow you a view of the harbor, and it`s free.
Located at the World Trade Center site, the 9/11 memorial features twin reflecting pools and the largest manmade waterfalls in America. You can also visit the 9/11 Memorial Museum housing a permanent collection of artifacts and other material.
A designated National Historic Landmark, Central Park extends over 2.5 miles and receives over 35 million visitors annually. It is also houses a zoo, conservatory garden and a wildlife sanctuary. Finally, this lush green, landscaped space has been the setting of scenes in many American series and films. A pleasant stroll through Central Park most definitely wouldn’t hurt.
Home to collections of more than 32 million specimens and artifacts, this natural history museum hosts temporary exhibitions and boasts the Rose Center Planetarium. A fun way to learn and a great family activity.
This is great for the culture vultures amongst you as, for one price, you get access to over 70 New York attractions. Furthermore, every Adult New York Pass comes with a 176 page guidebook featuring timetables, detailed maps and insider tips, etc. Finally, you can choose from four different duration types and enjoy Fast Track Entry on the busiest attractions in New York, so you save time and money!