In this post you’ll find info on the best places to go and the best things to do in NYC as of may 2018. I want to jump right into this, but first of all: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you click-through those ones. Hopefully we are remembered as an honest and up-front review authority 🙂
This bridge is loved by locals who never tire of the sense of freedom one feels when walking across the bridge. Tourists love it because of the incredible skyline views.
Take a free ferry ride from Manhattan to Staten Island and back again. Whether you ride it during the day or at night, you will get spectacular views of Lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.
Located in a simple, spacious wide-open plaza in Lower Manhattan, this memorial to the lost lives of 9/11 is an essential feature of New York City. Its massive twin fountains are an architectural wonder and a must-see. Click here to find out about how to visit the Memorial.
We suggest that you consider a tour of the Memorial to learn the history of the Twin Towers, the construction of the Memorial and gain insight into the significance of the Memorial’s design.
This pastoral escape from the hustle and bustle of the city streets is everything you imagined it would be. Wide open spaces, shady trees, ponds and lakes surrounded by the beautiful buildings that line the park’s perimeter which, by the way, is 2.5 miles (4023 m) long and 1/2 a mile (804 m) wide.
From its massive celestial ceiling to its secret ‘whispering gallery’, there is no train station like it in the world. Simply called Grand Central for short, the station is actually a terminal that includes local subways as well as dozens of train tracks destined for locations as far as 3 hours out of NYC. Seeing its beauty is nice, but Grand Central is so much more impressive when you learn the truly fascinating history (and some secrets).
The High Line is one of the most unusual city parks, built on an abandoned elevated railroad. A stroll on your own is lovely, but the history of this park is engaging from stories of Titanic survivors to the controversies over the changing cultural landscape of this centuries-old neighborhood in Chelsea.
Totally free, totally fun! Being in the studio audience of one of your favorite shows is possible. Some of the most popular shows do require advanced planning, such as Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. But there are many other shows that you can apply for once you are already in New York City.
For incredible vistas and panoramic views, you will want to visit one of the three observation decks: the Empire State Building, One World Observatory (Freedom Tower) or Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center. Each has its own vantage point, as well as different prices of admission, varying wait time, and opening/closing hours.
Despite the fact that there are now several larger Chinatowns in New York City, Chinatown in Lower Manhattan remains the oldest, most authentic and most mysterious. Wandering its narrow winding streets takes you to another place and time as if you are no longer in New York City. Chinatown is a fairly small neighborhood, but has enormous history and is best explored with a guide.
New York has some of the finest street art and graffiti art in the world. Street art has been elevated in the last two decades as a serious form of artistic expression and Bushwick in Brooklyn is one of the most densely populated areas in NYC to see the best street art created by world-renowned artists.
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2018’s Top 10 Things To Do In NYC
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You'll find info on the best places to go and the best things to do in NYC as of may 2018. Hope you enjoy the read! =D