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Central Park New York City 3.8 mi away
#3 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
The Alice in wonderland memorial is beautiful, the carousel is magical, the rowing boats on the lake is tranquil and there are lots of other sights to, the tribute to John Lennon, the boating lake where Stuart lit...
Lovely views, great open spaces, excellent people watching, lovely surprises like the Alice in Wonderland statue, the model boat pond, rowing on the lake, strawberry fields, the horse stables, and all of the thing...
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City 3.8 mi away
#4 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
I love arts deeply and I visited the most beautiful museums in Europe, saw breathtaking beauties and discovered wonderful archaeological sites so I can say with conscience that the MET is an AMAZING museum!
The selection of art on view is bound to interest everyone; from sculptures, photos, all centuries of art, antiquities, costume museum, Painting, jewels, many different shows from almost every culture known to man.
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Jazz at Lincoln Center New York City 1.3 mi away
#17 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
We had the great opportunity of enjoying one of the best Jazz players of our times: ELEW! Ina very intimate, cheerful and emotional session with the outstanding view of the central park behind.
Great music, wonderful voices, terrific band and most of all, the most unique music venue in NYC, with an amazing night time view of Columbus Circle.
The Met Cloisters New York City 2.7 mi away
#18 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
It is a lovely view, but what awaits inside is far more beautiful...a collection of world class sculptures, paintings and devotional objects, all reflecting our European ancestors' love for beauty, truth and a sen...
The Cloisters, located up at the top of Manhattan near the Bronx overlooking the Hudson River, with breathtaking views of New Jersey, is filled with beautiful monastic art and artifacts from early Christianity.
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St. Patrick's Cathedral New York City 5.4 mi away
#5 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
St. Patrick's Cathedral is a breathtaking place just from the view alone, but our tour guide, Margaret, a life long New Yorker, was so knowledgeable and helpful for all of us on the tour.
This magnificent neo-gothic cathedral and New York City landmark is both the seat of the archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York and a functional parish church.
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Top of the Rock New York City 5.5 mi away
#7 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Easy ticket and entry system Fantastic unobstructed view of all of Manhattan, Empire state building and central park, Great to see sunset and lights come on, really made our trip to New York, great Value for Money
Loved the top of the rock summer or winter this is a magical place to visit - the most amazing views from the top - we didn’t want to leave Plenty restaurants coffee shops in side and out Guided tour recommended
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Woodlawn Cemetery
#1 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Bronx
Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx is a truly historic site as it is one of the oldest cemeteries in the New York Area.
Burial site for many famous NYC historical figures, business greats and jazz greats.
Astoria Park Astoria 3.1 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Astoria
You can play tennis on brand new courts, you can go to a gigantic super clean swimming pool,you can bike ride on paths, you can go to Thurs niter concerts, jog around new track, enjoy spectacular views of bridge,w...
Then, look at your right-hand side, and the view will mesmerize you, with the dozens of tones, colors, shades, and nuances of the foliage in Astoria Park, making a perfect landscape to a photo shoot of the colors...
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Yankee Stadium
#2 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Bronx
Eat, drink, watch sports... great selection of food and drink, great views of the game, great entertainment, great gifts if you want to spend, and easy to get to from the subway.
You will walk through the Stadium with stops at Monument Park with the plaques of Yankee legends; the Judge’s Chambers, a section honoring Rookie of the Year Aaron Judge; the press box, with its spectacular view o...
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Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine New York City 2.6 mi away
#43 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Rather than join the queues at the usual well known sites (Empire State Building, Top of the Rock, One World Observatory, etc), we decided to do the Vertical Tour of Cathedral of St John the Divine.
This is a magical site in NYC. 13 acres of park and neo-gothic architecture in Manhattan that is open to the public for strolls, architectural tours, and relaxation.
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Broadway New York City 5.7 mi away
#8 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Broadway can be many things for many people; it stretches for many miles with so many varying neighbourhoods and sights - to most it represents the world's best theatre, so many choices of plays and musicals - it...
Broadway with its various sights to see is a must on the list,to TO say that you have visited Broadway and saw the sites it has to be a a feather in your cap,hustel and bustle are all part of the visit with plenty...
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Upper West Side New York City 3.8 mi away
#38 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Where else can you ride a vintage carousel, take out a row boat, walk through Strawberry Fields, enjoy the magnificent view from Belvedere Castle and watch incredibly talented dancers and musicians every few hundr...
This site of the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade and Lincoln Center is sprinkled with a wide array of restaurants that offer cuisines from across the globe.
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Columbia University New York City 2.4 mi away
#47 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
The University's Morningside Heights home is a rare, inspiring blend of beauty, history, community, splendid architecture, national landmarks, international diversity, renowned intellectualism.... and New York City.
The second surprise was the height of land on which Columbia is located, probably the highest in the upper west side and providing a widespread view overlooking east Harlem.
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Grand Central Terminal New York City 5.8 mi away
#9 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
... or just stand on the staircase to beat all staircases and gaze across the expanse - beautiful paintings, amazing ceilings, fantastic views and its full of trains!!!! Always visit when in NYC - it's a must.
Grand Central Terminal is definitely a New York landmark well worth a visit - just to stand and admire the wonderful architecture, as well as the hustle and bustle of one of the busiest railway stations, and imagi...
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Rockefeller Center New York City 5.5 mi away
#14 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
... sidewalk.The guided tour leaves you inside the Center ready for your flight up to The Top Of The Rock and the spectacular view!The top affords you uninterrupted views so photography opportunities are the best!
It isn`t the highest building in Manhattan, but it sure has the best views in town: great view of Central Park, downtown Manhattan, and a great view of the Empire State building, Large outdoor area`s, great
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Manhattan Skyline New York City 6.3 mi away
#1 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Worth a ferry/boat trip to see the skyline in real life - Staten Island is free but Statue of Liberty &/or Ellis Island both great trips with brilliant views (front right of boat on way out front left on way back!).
Visit the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir and while enjoying the beautiful 1.5 mile walk around the reservoir see the amazing view of the NYC Skyline (Best at Dusk) from the Northern side of the reservoir.
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Little Italy in the Bronx
#3 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Bronx
Nearby you have Fordham University, the Botanical Gardens, and the Bronx Zoo so it’s convenient if you want to grab a bite and check out the sights.
Saw the sites just like the pictures they post on Facebook!
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Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum New York City 3.4 mi away
#61 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
The boys loved the interactive design tables, I loved the objects on view, and we all loved the labs that teach about the design process.
Each visitor receives a stylus to use to capture favorite exhibit pieces as well as their own creations made on work sites throughout the museum.
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Bethel Gospel Assembly New York City 1.9 mi away
#66 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
I had the pleasure of visiting this site when Ezra Williams was Pastor.
Upper East Side New York City 3.9 mi away
#54 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
..visiting the Upper East Side will allow to sample a different flavor of the city ... comprised between 5th Ave. on the East of Central Park, with its imposing buildings with the most beautiful view of New York a...
There are also beautiful views from the rooftop terrace.
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Park Avenue New York City 3.6 mi away
#69 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
I always enjoy walking and taking in the street / views / stores on Park ., you feel like you are in a different world .
You get to see many different landmarks you world not normally have access to and some great photo opportunities of NYC without traffic!
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Times Square New York City 5.6 mi away
#15 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Great tourist place amazing energy Fantastic views from all The Led Screens Great Shows all around Time Square I always go once to see the most vibrant part of NYC
... and visceral stimulation and fun, radiating into theater, restaurant, shopping, hotel districts, Bryant Park, Rockefeller Center, Avenue of America skyscrapers, and most other must-see tourist sights in NY.
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Hamilton Grange National Memorial New York City 1.3 mi away
#70 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
This is a National Park Service Historical Memorial Site that has gained added recognition and importance with the advent of the musical “Hamilton”.
The house has been renovated and moved a couple of times but is a great historical site and well worth visiting.
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Harlem New York City 2.4 mi away
#72 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
This is the second time we have taken the metro to Harlem to explore the famous landmarks and streets; to experience the neighborhood of Malcom X, Adam Clayton Powell Jr., and James Baldwin.
While there, you should of course attend a gospel mass and have excellent soul food at Sylvia's :-) (The view of Central Park from Adam Clayton Powell jr blvd is awesome!)
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General Grant National Memorial New York City 2.3 mi away
#73 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Commonly referred to as Grant's Tomb, it was completed in 1897 with 150-foot soaring domed ceilings, 8,000 tons of white marble and granite and sweeping river views.
On river view side, opposite a church this place is hidden amongst a park and is excellent to learn about wars, veterans.. and way beyond one’s wildest imagination as I went in without any idea from tour books or...
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Bethesda Fountain New York City 4.3 mi away
#45 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
All seasons are beautiful but in Summer and Fall it will fascinate you!! It's good to be there with children you can rent a boat and enjoy the view more also if you walk little further children can play in the pla...
The Bethesda Terrace (or fountain) is one of Central Park's quintessential landmarks, with its beautiful terrace, fountain, and views of the lake.
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Empire State Building New York City 6.3 mi away
#12 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Best ever Dream come true Best country ever Best view really enjoyed it Will definitely come back Best sight seeing Excellent view Amazing Too good Really enjoyed Will be coming back again
A must see visit when in New York great day and night ,large indoor viewing ,lovely Art Deco decor , outdoor area with 360 views , Quick and efficient lifts ,queues moved swiftly, gift shop , Great experience , gr...
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Alice in Wonderland Statue New York City 4.2 mi away
#67 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
If the Central Park Model Yacht Club headquarters (? – clubhouse, hut?) is open, poke your head in to view all of the model boats -- it's quite something to behold.
Extraordinary Statues, Monuments, Views in Central Park
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Radio City Music Hall New York City 5.4 mi away
#20 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
As you get out and go outside you see the most spectacular sights and skyscrapers of New York the views are amazing and you can see for miles .
Fortunately Steve Miller was doing a show while I was in NY.Lovely art deco design and great views even from 2nd level-not too high up.They have a gentlemans lounge outside the restrooms which is class.I didnt do...
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George Washington Bridge New York City 2.4 mi away
#94 of 487 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
I jogged every other morning this majestic bridge and the views are excelent , the wind blowing and watch the river dividing New Jersey with New York.
One of many ways to get from NJ to NYC, a trip across the bridge offers a beautiful view up and down the Hudson River.
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