The Top 10 Tourist Attractions in New York
Since it would take many years to see all the five districts, beginning with a bird’s eye view observation deck, a tour of New York City in Manhattan is always a good idea. Many top places for spectacular views are in this chart of the main attractions in Big Apple..
Empire State Building
There’s no more “New York City icon” than this. Is there a day when marriage is not given here? The Empire State Building is available until 2 p.m., and on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 9 p.m. the mood will be improved by the Jazz Saxophonist. Among Memorial Day and Labor Day at midnight. The 86th and 102nd levels of both the open air observation decks give a 360 ° view of New York City.
One World Observatory
The tallest tower in the Western Hemisphere, also known as the Freedom Tower, is 1776 meters high. Whoosh, flying 102 meters in 47 seconds, to the observation deck. Reserving a window seat in the restaurant on the 101st floor is for those who want to have a longer view. Or go right next door to another popular attraction.
9/11 Memorial and Museum
From Ground Zero to the north and south towers of the World Trade Center once stood an inspiring memorial to the people and events on Sept. 11, 2001.. Visit the square where almost 3,000 bronze names were written before joining the museum where the story unfolds.
Top of the Rock
One of the reasons that Top of the Rock views are so good in downtown Midtown Manhattan is because of its famous silhouette on the front and back, the Empire State Building. There are three tiers; two levels are covered with plexiglass in the 67th and 69th floors, and the third level is completely open on the 70th and outside.
The iconic Manhattan is all about Rockefeller Center and its fifth avenue to the Christmas tree, and the ice skating rink next to the bronze Prometheus sculpture. Visitors may pair Top of the Rock tickets with a NBC Studio tour, the Radio City Music Hall Backstage tour where the Rockettes play the organ of Mighty Wurlitzer and led art deco exploration tours around a city.
Statue of Liberty
It’s part of pleasure to travel by boat. The monumental statue is the emblem of America that is recognized all over the globe. This emerges from its pedestal in Liberty Island in New York Harbor. While the lantern has been open to public access for more than a hundred years, tourists to the crown with a double helix walkway inside the neck of Lady Freity can still ascend the 377 steps ahead. Join Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration and the National Park Service on one island over to read more about the history of America.
Central Park is even bigger than the Principality of Monaco and is built as a clever rectangle from the North to the West side, occupying 843acres. The Park is surrounded by a significant aquarium with a zoo, a bridge around a dam, a river pool with a cafe and a restaurant, playgrounds, baseball diamonds, paths, walks and meadows and fields.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Met is one of the world’s three most visited museums with over 7 million annual tourists. Around 2 million art works are in a majestic tower facing Fifth Avenue over five decades and protecting Central Park. Don’t skip the Dendur Temple and the Met’s own roof with spectacular views toward the city center south. The following are the major art institutions: Guggenheim Museum; Cooper Hewitt; Smithsonian Institute of Design; New York City Museum; El Museo del Barrio; Jewish Museum; and New Gallery.