The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest encyclopedic art museum in the world under a single roof. Over 2 million art works from all periods and cultures are found in this... more »
Extending from 59th to 110th streets between 5th and 8th avenues [Central Park West], Central Park is one of the iconic sights of New York City. While it may appear to be a... more »
The beautiful Fifth Avenue mansion and art collection of industrialist Henry Clay Frick (1849 - 1919) is one of New York City's finest cultural gems. The museum... an intimate... more »
The Top of the Rock Observation Decks only re-opened late 2005. This is nowhere near as crowded as the Empire State Building. Initially opened in 1933, it consisted of the 69th... more »
Broadway is famous as the pinnacle of the American theatre industry. This district is known for its abundance of theatres. Many of theatres have been in use for over 50 years! The... more »
The Museum at Eldridge Street based in the National Historic Landmark Eldridge Street Synagogue, presents the culture, history and traditions of Jewish immigrants on the Lower... more »
Rockefeller Center, home to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck, offers shopping, dining and attractions. The attractions include the NBC Studio Tour and the Rink at Rockefeller... more »
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