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 New York City is the most exciting destination in the world. It's got ita ll, amazing food, exuberant art and culture, the trendiest shopping, and iconic landmarks. Whether you're looking to explore the city's cultural side at MoMA, feast on the ethnic fare in Chinatown, shop Fifth Avenue's designer stores, or catch stunning views from the Top of the Rock, it's all right outside your door.  
 
 
Ride to the top of the Empire State Building, tour the Statue of Liberty and St. Patrick's Cathedral, and make time for stops to Dylan's Candy Bar or Serendipity for their "Frozen Hot Chocolate." Walk the High Line for magnificent views overlooking the Hudson River, or hit the ice rink at Rockefeller Center. If art is your thing, admire the striking works at the Guggenheim or Metropolitan Museum of Art, and top it off with an award-winning musical on Broadway. Here are some can't miss things to do in NYC so you don't miss a beat.
Chrysler Building at New York City
Chrysler Building
As one of Manhattan's most eye-catching skyscrapers with its triangular shaped windows in its crown, this prominent building in Murray Hill adds to the quintessential New York City skyline.
Chrysler Building
New York City, Central Park
Central Park
Spanning 50 blocks up the center of NYC, escape to this urban oasis after a day of traversing the city streets. Designed in 1858, CP offers trails, sports fields, concert stage, and endless people watching.
Central Park
Ellis Island of New York
Ellis Island
Sail across the Hudson River by ferry to Ellis Island and wave hello to Lady Liberty. Climb to the top of the iconic statue for panoramic view of New York Harbor and shop and tour the museum located on the island.
Ellis Island
Empire State Building in New York
Empire State Building
Arguably the most famous structure in Manhattan, travel up 102 floors to the observatory deck offering sweeping views of New York City and beyond, or stay ground-level to dine and shop on the concourse.
Empire State Building
Grand Central Station at New York City
Grand Central Station
As the nation's biggest transit hub, admire the beautiful Beaux-Arts train terminal's ornately painted ceiling and visit the enormous concourse filled with shops and eateries perfect for on-the-go.
Grand Central Station
New York, Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden
As Manhattan's premier sports and entertainment complex, MSG is home to the NHL's New York Rangers, the NBA's Knicks, and it also offers the best stage to see your favorite musicians perform in the Big Apple.
Madison Square Garden
Rockefeller Center at New York City
Rockefeller Center
This Art Deco building offers stunning views at the "Top of the Rock" and boasts an eclectic shopping and dining concourse. In winter months, visit the city's biggest Christmas tree and hit the ice skating rink.
Rockefeller Center
Saint Patrick's Cathedral, New York
Saint Patrick's Cathedral
Take a peek at the intricate details of this Gothic Revival house of worship that sits amid the hustle and bustle of Rockefeller Center and offers visitors awe-inspiring designs, marble towers and pointed arches.
Saint Patrick's Cathedral
United Nations Headquarters at New York City
United Nations Headquarters
See the world-famous diplomatic collective in action and tour the historic location where world-leaders convene to discuss global issues, solve problems, and develop international peace and security.
United Nations Headquarters
Union Square in New York
Union Square
Located at the union of Broadway and Fourth Avenue, this geometric grassy patch of land welcomes visitors daily to congregate and frolic to escape the city grind. It's also home to Greenmarket on Saturdays.
Union Square
9/11 Memorial and Museum at New York
9/11 MEMORIAL AND MUSEUM
Visit North America's largest man-made waterfalls, twin reflecting pools, and museum built as a place to pay respects to those that lost their lives and as a solemn reminder of the tragic attacks that occurred on 9/11.
9/11 MEMORIAL AND MUSEUM
The High Line of New York City
The High Line
Once a railroad track, NYC's elevated park and walking playground is covered in grass and wildflowers. Walk this urban park and promenade that spans 1.5 miles from Hudson Yards to northern Chelsea. 
The High Line
Columbus Circle at New York City
Columbus Circle
Located at the SW corner of Central Park, this roundabout is home to many high-end shops and restaurants, the Time Warner Building, and marked by the 76-foot monument at its epicenter. 
Columbus Circle
Public Library of New York
New York Public Library
Adjacent to Bryant Park, step inside of this NYC landmark that houses 25,000 books and bindings, a handwritten copy of the Declaration of Independence, and a rotating series of art and science exhibits.
New York Public Library
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