Friday, August 9, 2019

Iconic New York City Excursions

Whether you’re visiting New York City for the first time or if you’re in town often, there are certain activities and landmarks that you can’t miss. Although there are multiple world-famous attractions, restaurants and museums that are definitely worth your time, consider these if you want to see the quintessential sights.


Spend the evening watching an enthralling show. Consider a musical featuring catchy songs and performances or a dramatic or comedic play instead. You can also check out some standup comedy, an opera, ballet or a concert at the symphony.  If you’re unsure which to pick, consult Broadway play reviews to find the shows that are beloved by critics and theatergoers alike.

Statue of Liberty

Check out this historic and awe-inspiring landmark in one of a variety of ways depending on your budget and the amount of time you have.  Examine the options so you’ll have the best experience – if you’re in a hurry and short on money, for instance, you can see the statue as you cruise by on the Staten Island Ferry. If you’d rather see it along with some other sites, consider a harbor cruise on which you’ll also be able to see the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan and Ellis Island.

Empire State Building

Take in the stellar views of the city from the location’s 86th or 102nd floor. The experience now also includes a model of the Empire State Building and an informative photo exhibit. If you’ve already visited the site during the day, consider returning at night for an entirely different experience and photo opportunities.

Times Square

Experience the hustle and bustle of the city surrounded by a multitude of shops, restaurants and neon lights. If you’d rather not walk through the crowds, take a tour bus that enables you to see the highlights and disembark to shop and dine.
Whatever destination you choose, be sure to research it beforehand in case you need to purchase tickets in advance. In addition, arrive well ahead of your show or ticket time as New York City is notorious for crowds.

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