New York City is one of the largest and most diverse cities in the world, with many attractions and landmarks. Whether you are young or old, interested in the arts or in history, there is something for everyone to see or do. History lovers can enjoy an afternoon walking across the Brooklyn Bridge as you admire its architectural innovation and history. Those in search of a unique experience should check out The High Line. The elevated park that spans 1.45 miles between northern Chelsea and Hudson Yards is the perfect spot to enjoy the New York City skyline from the comfort of a bench among wildflowers. Even if you don’t plan to use the trains, you can’t skip Grand Central Terminal. The hub has helped people commute in and out of the city for more than 100 years and is one of the finest pieces of architecture in the city. Beaux Arts framework is just the beginning. The building is known for its vaulted ceiling, uniquely decorated with constellations, as well as its four-faced clock in the Grand Concourse.
If you need more guidance, you even have the option of guided or escorted tours. On these tours, you have a knowledgeable guide who will explain all about each site. You’ll get a chance at insider information from someone who knows the city inside and out.... [Read More]
A trip to New York City wouldn't be complete without visiting some of the larger tourist attractions. Admire the breathtaking views made possible by the 1,454-foot-tall Empire State Building or spend a leisurely evening taking in the art, culture and natural beauty found in the 843-acre Central Park.... [Read More]
New York City is home to home to dozens of museums. The Metropolitan Museum of Art houses nearly 2 million pieces ranging from Medieval Art room to Egyptian Art. The Museum of Modern Art and the American Museum of Natural History are just as popular.... [Read More]