See NYC Sights & Manhattan Attractions
Experience the art, fashion, music, history, cuisine, and glamour of New York City - the commerce, culture, and entertainment mecca of the world. From the natural splendor of Central Park, to shopping on Fifth Avenue, to exploring historic landmarks, New York City fuels your sense and sparks your passion. Experience the intoxicating culture and nightlife in trendy neighborhoods like Chelsea and the Meat Packing District.
Climb to the top of the Empire State Building, ride the ferry to the Statue of Liberty, catch a Yankees game, and see a blockbuster concert at Madison Square Garden. From winter ice skating at Rockefeller Plaza and bundling up to see the holiday lights to sipping summer martinis at an outdoor café, the Big Apple is a mesmerizing destination for every season. Frank Sinatra sang about New York, so come feel the magic!
Shopping in New York.
From the designer boutiques of Madison Avenue to the hip fashion shops in SoHo, New York City is a fabulous shopping destination.
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Browse trendy neighborhoods, like Greenwich Village, fashion avenues, and couture shops around every colorful corner. Walk down Fifth Avenue to hundreds of shops, luxury department stores, including Bergdorf Goodman, Henri Bendel's, Saks Fifth Avenue, and designer boutiques like Cartier, Escada, Tiffany & Co. and Versace. Shop in the grandeur of Macy's Herald Square - NYC's largest department store since 1924 - and find swanky fashion at Bloomingdale's. Walk to the Chelsea Market, a hip culinary marketplace with food shops like Green Table, Chelsea Wine Vault, Ruthy's Bakery & Café and The Lobster Place. Enjoy small shops with artisanal meats, fresh fruit and produce, breads, pastries, wine, decorative art, and a flower market. Head to happy hour, dance to live music, or visit the Food Network.
- Bloomingdale's SoHo
- Columbus Circle
- Chelsea Market
- Fifth Avenue
- Greenmarket at Union Square
- Macy's New York at Herald Square
- Madison Avenue
- Meatpacking District
- Lord & Taylor
- Saks Fifth Avenue
- Soho boutique shopping
- Zabar's [ Hide ]
New York City Restaurants.
New York City is a melting pot packed with gourmet restaurants, trendy cafés, delicious dives, bistros and the most celebrated chefs in the world. [ More... ]
From the perfect slice of pizza to late night cravings in Chinatown to legendary restaurants like Daniel, Russian Tea Room, Frankie and Johnnie's Steakhouse, and Tom's Diner, New York City is a feast for your senses. Join us at San Rocco at the hotel for mouthwatering Italian food, superb wines and a sexy ambience, or walk to the Gramercy Tavern - voted the most popular restaurant in NYC by Zagat Survey. Just ask our friendly concierge for reservations at your favorite New York City dining spot and bon appétit!
- San Rocco
- 230 5th
- Beet Thai Restaurant
- Chelsea Brewing Company, LLC
- Food Network
- Frankie and Johnnie's Steakhouse
- Gramercy Tavern
- One if by Land, Two if by Sea
- Shake Shack
- The Russian Tea Room
- Tom's Diner [ Hide ]
Sex in the City Sites.
Feel the fashion and fun of New York like the feisty gal pals of Sex in the City. [ More... ]
Experience glamour and good times on your own Sex and the City sightseeing adventure. Explore NYC's hottest nightlife, restaurants, shops and events - from swinging on the Hudson River at the Trapeze School to al fresco dining at Pastis to Fashion Week at the Lincoln Center complex, home to the Metropolitan Opera and American Ballet Theatre. Magnolia Bakery in The Village offers the most finger-licking cupcakes and celebrities to feed your guilty pleasures.
- Century 21 - Designer clothing for bargain hunters
- City Bakery
- Eleven Madison Park
- Magnolia Bakery
- Museum of Sex
- Pete's Tavern
- Rouge Bar Restaurant
- St. Mark's Comics
- Tiffany & Co
- Time Warner Center
- Trapeze School [ Hide ]
Historical Landmarks in New York City.
New York City is an alluring sightseeing destinations packed with historic attractions and the country's oldest and grandest church - Saint Patrick's Cathedral. [ More... ]
Take the ferry to the Statue of Liberty or Ellis Island, explore the historic statues and attractions in Central Park, including Strawberry Fields, tour the art deco buildings and plaza at Rockefeller Center, ride to the top of the Empire State Building, or snap a photo of The Dakota, where John Lennon was killed. Walk over to the wedge-shaped Flatiron Building, a New York City architectural gem one block away - and Times Square - Crossroads of the World. Hop aboard the Classic Harbor Line and circle the island of Manhattan to see New York City's quintessential historic sites and magnificent churches.
- Battery Park
- Brooklyn Bridge
- Central Park / Strawberry Field
- Ellis Island
- Empire State Building
- Flatiron Building
- Rockefeller Center
- Staten Island Ferry
- Statue of Liberty
- The Dakota
- Times Square
- Cathedral of St. John Devine
- Church of the Transfiguration
- Eldridge Street Synagogue
- Mahayana Buddhist Temple
- St. Patrick's Cathedral
- St. Paul's Chapel
- Trinity Church [ Hide ]
Museums & Art Galleries.
New York City is an electrifying destination where culture, art, music, and history captivate your senses. [ More... ]
From the inspiring modern masterpieces at the MoMa to the famed dinosaurs at the Museum of Natural History, the world's greatest natural science collection, New York City is illuminated by its museums, art galleries and mind-blowing exhibitions.
Picasso, Matisse, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Renoir, Dali, and emerging artists from every corner of the globe will fuel your New York City culture splash.
- American Museum of Natural
- Bodies Exhibition
- Children's Museum
- Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design
- Guggenheim Museum
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Museum of Modern Art (MoMa)
- Museum of the City of New York
- Museum Mile
- The Whitney Museum [ Hide ]
An international landmark and pop culture icon, Times Square -the crossroad of the world - is an electrifying theater, shopping, and dining destination where Broadway crosses 7th Avenue. [ More... ]
Explore colorful NYC landmarks, Broadway theaters and ticket booths, movie theaters, and superstores like the Toys "R" Us. Known for the NASDAQ sign and New Year's Eve celebration, Times Square is a New York City adventure. Feel the bright lights of the Broadway Theater District - heartbeat of American theater and performing arts. Named in 1902 for millions of lights on theater marquees and billboards, the Great White Way is lined with magnificent theatres that dazzle with spectacular musicals, dramatic plays, concerts, and comedy. Enjoy Broadway's hottest shows, like West Side Story, American Idiot, Hair, Chicago and Promises - Promises.
- Broadway Theaters
- CBS Superstore
- Disney Store
- M&M's World
- NASDAQ Sign
- TKTS - Discount theater tickets [ Hide ]
Arouse your curiosities with New York City nightlife, hot clubs, sexy lounges, hip wine bars, fun festivals and events, and great music. [ More... ]
Sip a glass of vino at Wine Bar Veloce, chill at One, or get wild at Hogs and Heiffers. Enjoy the vibrant sounds of New York City - from rock n' roll to blues to country - that spill out from funky music venues and concert arenas. Head to legendary music bars like CBGBs, swing to live jazz at Birdland and Blue Note, and experience the opera and ballet at Lincoln Center. Celebrate the culture, music, food and fashion of NYC at exciting festivals, such as Tribeca Film festival, NYC Pridefest, Fashion Week, and NYC Big Apple Barbeque, with pitmasters grilling up BBQ bliss.
Clubs & Bars
- 1 Oak
- 230 5th
- 40/40 Club
- Blue Note
- Chelsea Brewing Company
- Hogs and Heiffers
- Level V
- Wine Bar Veloce
Live Performance Venues
- Carnegie Hall
- Lincoln Center
- Madison Square Garden
- Metropolitan Opera
- Metropolitan Room
- Avenue of the Americas Festival - September
- NYC Big Apple Barbeque - June
- NYC Pridefest - June
- New York Fashion Week - February/September
- New York International Auto Show - April -
Jacob Javits Center
- Summer in the Square - June through August -
- Tribeca Film Festival - April & May [ Hide ]
Universities & Schools.
Stimulated by the vibrant cultural energy of New York City, Manhattan is home to the world's most elite universities, colleges and music schools. [ More... ]
From the Ivy League's Columbia University and Barnard College to the world-famous Fashion Institute of Technology to Julliard School of Music, New York City is an inspiring destination that fuels creativity, sparks innovation and provokes thought.
- Actor's Studio Training School
- Barnard College
- CBS College Sports Network
- Columbia University
- Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)
- Jewish Theological Seminary
- Julliard School of Music
- Manhattan School of Music
- New School
- New York University
- Pace University
- Union Theological Seminary [ Hide ]
New York City Sports.
Catch professional sports action and get into the game in the heart of New York City. [ More... ]
Feel the power of the hard-hitting New York Yankees, see the Knicks drive to the net at Madison Square Garden, tee off at Chelsea Piers Sports Entertainment Complex, go for a run on the Hudson River Park Trail, or sail off into the sunset at North Cove Marinas on the Hudson River at Battery Park. Indulge your passion for play in New York City, an urban oasis for sporting, sailing, golfing, running, cycling, climbing, skating and trapezing.
- BlueStreak Sports Training
- Chelsea Piers Sports Entertainment Complex
- Hudson River Park Trail
- Madison Square Garden/ NY Knicks & Rangers
- New York Mets/Citi Field
- New York Yankees/Yankee Stadium
- North Cove Marina on Hudson River -
Boat Rentals & Cruises
- Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Rink
- The Spa at Chelsea Piers [ Hide ]
Wall Street & Financial District.
Set on Manhattan's Lower waterfront, the Financial District and Wall Street are the pulse of global commerce. [ More... ]
Packed with history, Wall Street is home of the New York Stock Exchange, New York Federal Reserve Bank, Bronze Statue of the Bull, Federal Hall National Monument, where George Washington was inaugurated, and Trinity Church, a beautiful example of the Gothic Revival architecture. Located on Pier 17, South Street Seaport is a dynamic shopping, dining and entertainment marketplace. This renovated 19th-century fishing port features 100 shops, restaurants, cafés, and bars, including Fulton Fish Market, a maritime museum and BODIES: The Exhibition. Stroll the cobblestone streets and boardwalk to carts and kiosks and savor views of the river and Brooklyn Bridge. Pay homage at the World Trade Center Memorial & Museum, known as Ground Zero, which will feature oak-lined green space and a dynamic Museum for the understanding of 9/11. Two steel tridents from the Twin Towers signal hope within the Museum's glass atrium.
- Bodies: The Exhibition
- Downtown Financial District
- Federal Hall National Monument
- Federal Reserve Bank
- Ground Zero
- NYSE Stock Exchange
- South Street Seaport
- The Bull
- Wall Street
- World Trade Center Memorial & Museum [ Hide ]