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The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum New York City 1.8 mi away
#3 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Had a tour around this place and learnt some amazing facts, museum was great and well laid out, also went to observation deck at freedom tower, amazing views of the city, well worth the visit
... out into an entire floor with 360 degree, unobstructed views of NJ, NY water fronts, and NYC skyscrapers; Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, all the bridges, boating traffic below, an Amazing & Unforgettable view.
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Brooklyn Bridge New York City 1.6 mi away
#7 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
If you're able to walk across the Brooklyn bridge into Brooklyn, you'll be rewarded by great views as you cross the bridge, a delightful rose garden, and the excellent Brooklyn museum which is well curated and has...
A Phenomenal View , From any angle The view of Manhattan And the view of Brooklyn I walked it all the way IT'S A LONG WALK MAKE SURE YOU WEAR COMFORTABLE SHOES & CLOTHING You will love it You can walk with that sp...
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One World Observatory New York City 1.9 mi away
#10 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Helpful knowledgable staff, and with wonderful endless views of the area including marine terminals (watched the Queen Mary 2 depart), Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Governor's Island, New Jersey, etc. $15 for t...
You can also see the Statue of Liberty (like it was a little ant), New York Bay, Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, Queensboro Bridge, Williamsburg Bridge, and Manhattan iconic landmarks - as well as Brooklyn, Que...
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Statue of Liberty New York City 2.8 mi away
#13 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Amazing experience, wonderfully helpful and knowledgeable park rangers, beautiful to go inside and climb to top! Good for families to explore and learn history or simply enjoy the views.
Glorious example of our Freedom... Great experience ....Everyone needs to visit the park and Ellis Island is humbling... ..everyone helpful... Great view of the city from the water!
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Green-Wood Cemetery
#1 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Brooklyn
Green-Wood Cemetery is like a wonderful sculpture garden with hundreds of magnificent sculptures, It is a landmark cemetery with a lot of very famous people being buried there, from famous actors, politicians and...
In addition to the famous people buried there and the extraordinary memorials that are throughout, the cemetery is the highest point in Brooklyn that offers great views and, for history buffs, it was the scene of...
World Trade Center Memorial Foundation New York City 1.8 mi away
#16 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
This was a beautiful sight to see and if I remember correctly 102 stories high and a beautiful panoramic view of this great city that we love to come to visit every year.
Really had to visit The WTCM, built since our last visit from England and found the place perfect, just right with great views to see New York.
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Brooklyn Tabernacle
#2 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Brooklyn
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Brooklyn Heights Promenade
#3 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Brooklyn
It is a place that allows you to view the Beautiful Manhattan Skyline with High-rise buildings, skyscrapers and the Brooklyn Bridge.It is The Picture Perfect Backdrop for capturing memories of Beautiful New York.
A gorgeous walk, a classic view of lower Manhattan, a must see! Adjacent to DUMBO to the North and sits alongside historic Brooklyn Heights: visit Plymouth Church while there!
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Manhattan Skyline New York City 3.9 mi away
#1 of 475 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!).
An awesome site from wherever you view it, great from the top of the Empire State Building or a river cruise, beautiful on a lovely sunny day, amazing at night with all the lights twinkling in the distance and fan...
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St Joseph's Chapel Catholic Memorial at Ground Zero New York City 1.9 mi away
#17 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
a very fitting and memorable site ..well designed and certainly a lasting tribute to those who lost their lives
It's within walking distance of the Statue of Liberty sites, it's worth the 5-10 min stop to check it out.
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Bushwick Collective Street Art
#4 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Brooklyn
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One World Trade Center New York City 1.9 mi away
#21 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
While a classic Manhattan view from Rockefeller or ESB is a must as well, One WTC provides spectacular views over both rivers, the financial district, Liberty Island and the entire island – in reverse.
As you can imagine this has got to be one of the best 360 degree views of New York City including uptown midtown and of course downtown, also both rivers and their bridges and islands.
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World Trade Center Station (PATH) New York City 1.7 mi away
#22 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Close to the 9/11 memorial and century 21 department store, lots of sights nearby trinity church.
The Oculus was an awesome site to see, it is beautiful inside and a nice place to visit, shop and relax.
The High Line New York City 3.4 mi away
#11 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Amazing views Amazing concept Amazing installation art Amazing people watching Amazing place to chill Amazing sunsets Amazing sunrises Amazing piece of urban regeneration Amazing piece of Manhattan
great walk along disused railway above the city - while the hustle and bustle goes on below you, its peaceful to unwind and walk along the excellent planted path with the occasional sculpture or artwork to view -...
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Woolworth Building New York City 1.7 mi away
#24 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
The fascinating history of this building,the detail, incredible beauty and of course Mr. Woolworth’s story, make for a fabulous NYC landmark tour !!! Thank you to Ed Welter who gave us the best and most interestin...
Bob did a great job of showing off all the intricate details of this landmark skyscraper with lots of colorful and insightful back stories.
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Dumbo
#5 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Brooklyn
Great food, ice cream, amazing chocolates, parks, a gorgeous Carousel on the edge of the river , views of the historic Bridges, music, art, gardens even a cool dog park...don't miss it!
Cobble stone streets, beautiful views of Manhattan overpass, gorgeous panoramic view of the entire Manhattan skyline with Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan bridge, Great food and quaint stores are few of the things to...
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Lower Manhattan New York City 2.1 mi away
#26 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
You can visit Wall Street, The South Street Shopping District, The Fulton Street Shopping District, Battery Park, enjoy a ride on the Staten Island Ferry with a great view of The Statue of Liberty, the Vietnam Vet...
Take a trip on the free Staten Island Ferry to get outstanding views of the ever-changing skyline or take a walk over the Brooklyn Bridge to see the sparkling lights of Lower Manhattan at dusk.
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Brooklyn Heights
#6 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Brooklyn
Early 18th Century row house, spectacular views of Manhattan, some great restaurants and cafes, quiet and peaceful, tree-shaded, great place to take a long walk.
There are few fabulous places in walking distances such as New York Transit Museum, Brooklyn Heights Promenade,where you could see view, Lower Manhattan skyline, with Brooklyn's newly developed piers of Brooklyn B...
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Brooklyn Museum
#7 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Brooklyn
The travelling exhibits are fabulous - e.g Anatsui (there is a gorgeous piece in the permanent collection on view), Georgia O'Keefe, a breathtaking exhibit of sport photography - David Bowie coming soon!
From It's new modern facade to its marvelous Egyptian collection you can spend many hours exploring this often unvisited site.
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The Oculus New York City 1.7 mi away
#31 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Well worth a visit as the architecture is amazing and on a sunny day it really offers a spectacular view.
The Oculus is an architectural stunner, offering several subway options, various dining choices, an entire shopping mall, and grand views of the Freedom Tower through the rooftop windows.
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Park Slope
#8 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Brooklyn
The street called Prospect Park West is also a delightful thoroughfare, with lovely views of the beautiful park to the east and the interesting old buildings to the west.
It still has the feeling of an old time neighborhood-----lovely homes and streets to walk down....near some historic sites, and some fabulous restaurants and bars.
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St. Paul's Chapel New York City 1.6 mi away
#35 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Subtle and serene this chapel sits nestled among the trees near the site of the World Trade Center.
The church is also very close to the 9/11 Memorial site so it's easy to combine the two and we also learnt that the church served as a sanctuary for people during the 9/11 attacks.
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Governors Island National Monument New York City 1.5 mi away
#37 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Another bonus for visiting this little gem are the superb views of downtown Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis island, Brooklyin bridge, the confluence of the two rivers, many boats etc. Plus the swanky red d...
There is some much to do from visiting historical sites like Castle Williams (rich in history including the Civil War) and Fort Jay with the it's new restored wooden eagle; or stroll through the art museums, which...
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Stone Street Historic District New York City 1.3 mi away
#38 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
An historical view...
A view of Old New York
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Sea Glass Carousel New York City 1.5 mi away
#41 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
The changing colors and so soothing and the location is near some very interesting memorials as well as a great view of Jersey.
The carousel is set in the midst of many sites - Castle Clinton, Battery Park farm garden area...amidst trees and benches.
Williamsburg
#9 of 69 Sights & Landmarks in Brooklyn
It's one of the fastest growing, hip neighborhoods in Brooklyn with fantastic restaurants, nightclubs, cafes, street art, and amazing views of Manhattan from across the river.
I love Williamsburg and its flea markets, its street art, its good bars, restaurants and shops... and of course the beautiful waterfront with a nice view on the skyline!
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Brookfield Place - BFPL New York City 2.0 mi away
#45 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
The postmodern architecture of the formerly known World Financial Center is amazing; the winter garden has beautiful seasonal displays; amazing views of Jersey City skyline; great shops and restaurants.
best ice cream of NY , good spot to visit, a nice view on the bay , it is an amazing place to see especially the food market , favorite place in NY !
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Empire State Building New York City 3.9 mi away
#12 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Fabulous city fabulous New York City at its finest views fab experience fab staff fab everyday at Empire State is great
... with the state of the art new lobby, fantastic helpful staff awesome lifts and the best views of the night time New York skyline it was absolutely breathtaking a birds eye 360 degree view of this amazing city
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St. Patrick's Old Cathedral New York City 2.2 mi away
#36 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Touring the church, historic graveyard, organ loft, catacombs and neighborhood information was why we love to visit NYC landmarks.
We've done most of the touristy sites of NYC so I'm always looking for 'hidden New York' and this was the perfect thing.
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Irish Hunger Memorial New York City 2.0 mi away
#48 of 475 Sights & Landmarks in New York City
Almost tucked away in a quiet pocket of Manhattan, right on the Hudson River and in view of the New Jersey shore, this memorial is elegant and touching, informative and even just a lovely spot to pause whether you...
It's very moving to have it within site of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and Castle Clinton, the first sights in America so many brave Irish crossed the Atlantic saw.