There is always something to do in New York City, no matter what time of the day or night!
From world famous landmark attractions to five-star restaurants, unique shopping choices, award-winning entertainment, The Big Apple is truly “the city that never sleeps!”
Below are just a few of this area's top attractions.
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New York City Tour
From yacht cruises to double Decker buses, guided walking tours to “hop on/hop off” shuttle tours, there are a plethora of city tour options to choose from when it comes to seeing New York in style.
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise
Select from a three hour full island cruise, a two hour semi-circle cruise or a 75 minute Liberty cruise. All tours get you up close and personal to many of the iconic New York sights perfect for photo opportunities. Each tour is narrated by professional guides, refreshments are available and there is both climates controlled indoor seating as well as covered outdoor seating.
Statue of Liberty
Given to the United States from the people of France, the Statue of Liberty was dedicated in 1886, designated a National Monument in 1924 and then restored for her centennial celebration in 1986. Located on Liberty Island, a 12 mile island, a ferry is the only access to the Statue. Once there you have the option of a Ranger guided tour or a self guided audio tour. There is also a Visitors Center, refreshment center with seating, and a gift shop. Most Statue of Liberty tours also include a ferry ride to Ellis Island and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum.
Home of the 9/11 Museum and Memorial, Ground Zero is the original site of the North and South Towers that were destroyed during the horrific terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001. Now home to two enormous reflecting pools featuring 30 foot tall waterfalls, the names of all those that lost their lives that day are etched in bronze around the pools edges. When completed, the museum will have displays of artifacts, interactive exhibitions, and educational programs relating the experiences of the 9/11 survivors, responders, eyewitnesses and residents of the area.
You’ll enjoy an award winning Broadway show featuring top name actors and actresses.
Empire State Building
One of the most iconic landmarks in the world, the Empire State Building soars more than a quarter of mile above New York City. There are two Observatories open to the public, one on the 86th floor and one on the 102nd floor. On the 80th floor there is a permanent documentary exhibit that showcases the history, engineering and construction of the building along with reproductions of the photos and mementos of the over 3,400 workers who helped to create history.
Right in the heart of midtown Manhattan, Rockefeller Center is comprised of 19 buildings and includes Radio City Music Hall, NBC Studios, the Ice Skating Rink and the Avenue of the Americas. In addition to plenty of entertainment and sightseeing opportunities, there are great dining choices, shopping selections including high-end clothing, stationary, art, electronics, NYC memorabilia and more.