Statue Of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty is a colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York Harbor in New York City, in the United States. Catch a boat from Circle Line pier.
Empire State Building
Iconic, art deco office tower from 1931 with exhibits & observatories on the 86th & 102nd floors. View all sides of New York for miles…This is not to be missed!
Sprawling park with pedestrian and bike paths & ballfields, plus a zoo, carousel, boat rentals & a reservoir. Horse drawn carriages and “the Boathouse” restaurant.
Times Square is a major commercial intersection, tourist destination, entertainment center and neighborhood in the Midtown Manhattan section of New York City at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue, between 45 & 47 streets.
There are many museums in New York to enjoy…The Metropolitan Museum (the Met) and the Gugenheim are both on fifth Ave. The Museum of Natural History (History museum) is on 92ndStreet, the Museum of Modern Art (the MOMA) is on 53rdstreet, the Whitney Museum (the Whitney) is on Gansevoort St, and the Museum of Design (MOD) is at Columbus Circle; they and many more await your visit to New York City.
The High Line is a 1.45-mile-long elevated linear park, greenway and rail trail. It was created on a former New York Central Railroad spur on the west side of Manhattan in New York City. It stretches from 14 Street to 36 Street. Come for a walk on the Highline and see a nature park above the city!
The Theater District is the teeming heart of Midtown West. In the pedestrian plazas of Times Square, costumed characters beckon to energetic crowds under the pulsing lights of towering digital billboards. Locals and tourists gather on the giant red staircase above the TKTS booth, which sells tickets to Broadway shows running at the area’s historic theaters. On busy 42nd Street, chain stores and restaurants abound. There is also a TKTS booth inside the David Koch building next to Rosa Mexicano on 62ndstreet, near Fordham campus. Pick up tickets around noon and go to a show the same afternoon or evening.
Village, Chinatown & Little Italy
Come visit the village and wonder into Little Italy,it welcomes tourists with souvenir shops and traditional Italian eateries and bakeries. Also, our vibrant Chinatown is a densely populated neighborhood that draws foodies and tourists to its many Chinese and Southeast Asian restaurants for dumplings, pork buns and hand-pulled noodles. The busy sidewalks are packedwith souvenir stores, bubble tea shops, and markets selling everything from fresh and dried fish to herbs and spices. Locals hang out in leafy Columbus Park for Tai Chi, chess and mahjong.