- Visit Grand Central Station, this is a commuter railroad terminal at 42nd Street and Park Avenue in midtown Manhattan. A comfortable 48 acres and has 44 platform which is the most ever than any other railroad stations in the world. Here you can see the most famous terminal in the nation up close and personal, including a self-guided audio tour and a daily guided tour. You can also eat and stop by the I Love New York foods.
- Visit Coney Island, this is a residential neighborhood beach, also has leisure and entertainment destinations on the Atlantic Ocean in Brooklyn New York. Coney Island is well-known as the site of amusement park and a seaside resort.
The current amusement park has various rides and games such as skee-ball, ball toss and of course for you adventure seekers out there is another some of you out there. There are several rides including the cyclone which is a roller coaster ride those built in 1927 or the Wonder Wheel which is the Ferris wheel built back in 1918. But no worries they probably do the maintenance and upkeep since you know it was built.
- Visit the Rockefeller Center, it is located in the center of the midtown Manhattan spanning the area between Fifth Avenue and 6th Avenue. It was declared a national historic landmark in 1987.
Here you can admire beautiful views of New York City all year long and it is a home to numerous events including the lighting of the famous record Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. Tourists have opportunities to go backstage and behind-the-scenes of some of the most popular shows on television.
- Visit the Brooklyn Bridge, this is a must-see. This bridge was completed in 1880 three and it was one of the oldest bridges in The United States of America.
It connects Manhattan to Brooklyn over the East River access to the bridge of 24 hours a day. It is the most beautiful at a time of day, however if you visit the bridge at sunset you can take in the views of both Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.
- Visit to the American Museum of Natural History, there is so much to do so much to learn and so much walking around which is fun.
This museum is located in the Upper West Side of Manhattan and it is one of the largest museums in the world. The museum has collections of over 32 million specimens of plants, humans animals fossils, minerals rocks, meteorites and human cultural artifacts. There are so many exhibitions so be sure that you plan this as like a full-day visit because you don’t want to miss out on anything.
- Visit Central Park, it is an urban park in middle Upper Manhattan within New York City. Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States as well as the most filmed locations in the world.
A lot of your favorite movies you actually see that the background is Central Park. It’s just so big, there’s so much to do inside of the park from getting into a horse-drawn carriage, visiting a zoo, riding the carousel. There’s even a skating rink there and there’s a castle as well.
- One destination you surely don’t want to miss is the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. The memorial site and museum commemorate the September 11, 2001 attacks which killed 2977 victims and the World Trade Center bombing of 1993 which killed six.
The memorial is located at the World Trade Center site which is the former location of the Twin Towers have pools that are nearly an acre in size and featured the largest man-made waterfall in North America. The pool sits within the footprint where the twin towers once stood. The names of every person who died in 2001 and also the 1993 attacks is inscribed on two bronze panels along the memorial pool. The museum displays artifacts that are also associated with the events of the 9/11.
- Visit Times Square, this is a major intersection at neighborhood of midtown Manhattan that is covered with billboards and advertisements.
Time squares often referred to as a crossroads of the world or the center of the universe. This is a very popular tourist attraction that draws in nearly 50 million visitors a year.
- Visit The Empire State Building, which is pretty tall. The Empire State Building is 102 story skyscraper that is located in midtown Manhattan, it stands a total of 1,250 feet and it was once the world’s tallest building in the world.
Here you have to walk through exhibits to learn more of the history of the building. There’s dine in restaurants and courts when you’re up. There just take in the amazing views, you can walk all around the Empire State Building getting every city view you want
- Visit The Statue of Liberty, this agile Liberty was designed by French sculpture and it was a gift to the United States and this is from the people of France. This statue is an icon of freedom and the United States. It is the welcoming sight to immigrants arriving from abroad. Admission to the Statue of Liberty monument is free with the purchase of a ferry ticket if you can. It is highly recommended that you take the 393 stairs from the base to the crown. Your hard work will be rewarded with stunning view of New York City.
Only 240 people are permitted to ascend the staircase a day, so you must make reservations or you’re gonna be disappointed when you get there.