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Some wonderful things to do in Central ParkIf you’ve never had the pleasure of enjoying New York’s Central Park you’re in for a real treat. Yes it’s a great place to take a walk or go for a jog but there are many other wonderful, interesting and fun things you can do that many people, even New Yorkers, don’t know about. The fact is, Central Park has over 800 acres of attractions that cover a wide variety of interests. If you have the opportunity, don’t miss going there for a day of fun. One of the best times of year to see Central Park is…
Five Great Places to visit Just Minutes from Columbus Circle, New York City Columbus Circle is a must see landmark and iconic attraction in the city that never sleeps, New York. Named after Christopher Columbus, Columbus Circle is located just off Central Park, at the intersection of Eight Avenue, Broadway and Central Park South-in Manhattan. Designed by William Enos, constructed and completed in 1905, and then renovated in 2005, Columbus Circle is the reference point for all official measurements in New York City, and is a premier spot surrounded by over a dozen must-see tourist hotels, top cultural institutions and high-end shopping. There are so…
When looking for attractions and sightseeing in NYC, there is an endless variety of choices to pick from. New York is a city that is full of many different tourist attractions, historical landmarks, museums, restaurants, libraries, and many other places to visit and things to do. It is very difficult to be without things to do when touring New York City. One of the more prominent attractions in New York City is the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum. The Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum is located on the west side of the Hudson River in Manhattan. The museum specializes in military aircraft exhibitions.…
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is the most celebrated museum in the United States. When visiting, plan on spending at least a day or two viewing all that the museum has to offer. The Met, as it is affectionately called, also offers temporary special exhibitions and new installations of permanent collection galleries to delight visitors. To get a sense of what you would like to see when visiting The Metropolitan Museum of Art, it is recommended to browse their highlights online. These are recommendations, made by the 17 curators of the museum, covering many of the lesser known artworks. There are…
The empire state building is one of the world’s most popular attractions, and was regarded as the eighth wonder of the world in the early 1930’s. It was also regarded as the world’s tallest building for over 40 years until the twin towers were built and took the title. In the earl days like now it was one of the nation’s most profitable buildings, until the stock market crashed in the late 1920’s. It hurt the real estate district and was almost vacated for a period of about 10 years and got the nickname the “empty state building”. The economy or the Empire State Building…
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The Statue of Liberty which stands tall at an island of the shores of New York City is a beacon of hope, enlightenment and of course liberty. It is one of the most favorite tourist destinations in the world and certainly among the top 10 in New York. While it doesn’t feature as one of the wonders of the world, the Statue of Liberty has quite an interesting history to boast off. On the centennial year of American independence, the Statue of Liberty was gifted to the US by the French Government. For a long time, it has been one of the iconic symbols of…
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