New York is a fantastic destination to visit when on vacation; it is home to some of the best hotels, bars, boutique and restaurants in the world. There are so many fresh and exciting to do when on vacation in New York; from the must-see tourist attractions to eating pizza in Brooklyn and visiting the world-famous art at The Met.
Here are eight amazing things to do in New York on your next vacation.
Visit Times Square
Time Square is the most chaotic part of New York City. You will meet a large crowd, a mix of huge billboards, on-location television broadcast, Elmo clones, naked cowboys, flashing digital displays among other things that make this place a chaotic but fun location.
Take a view of the Empire State Building
Visiting the Empire State Building is the best way to have a view of New York City. While standing at the Top of the Rock at the 70the floor of Rockefeller Center, you can have a view of the pièce de résistance of New York’s art deco skyscrapers as well as midtown. When you view the city from the 84th-floor deck, you will get a spectacular view, however, people who make it to the 102 observatory floors which offers panoramic views and dining options will have a different story to tell.
Explore the Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York City is home to some of the best museums in the world. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, you will find over 5000 works of arts that shows human creativity such as the Warhol’s Moa, renaissance masterpieces, a pre-Columbian artifact and the ancient Egyptian Temple of Dendur.
Explore the one World Trade Centre
Formerly known as ground zero, the world trade centre is a significant place for people who want to pay tributes to lives that were lost in September 11, 2011 and also gain some perspective about that fateful day. It sits on 16 acre footprint in lower Manhattan with an 8 acre of memorial plaza dedicated to victims and survivors of the terrorist attacks
Visit the Museum of Modern Art
The Museum of Modern Art which is home to some of world renowned art masterpiece created by artists like Picasso, Van Gogh, Warhol and Calder is located in New York City. This incredible museum is dedicated to art, photography, and sculpture.
Walk to Brooklyn through the Brooklyn Bridge
The Brooklyn Bridge is the prettiest bridge and one of the most iconic structures in New York City. It takes about 40 minutes to walk across the East River where you can have a view of Lower Manhattan. You can also walk across the Williamsburg Bridge if the bridge is too crowded; although the Williamsburg Bridge isn’t as iconic as Brooklyn, It is less crowded with great views of the skyline.
Discover the Statue of Liberty
For so many Immigrant, visiting the statue of Liberty gives a reminder of their past, The status of Liberty is the first glimpse of America for most immigrants, it tells a story of the colonial era to the present day and has numerous galleries which contain photographs, artifacts, and taped oral histories.
Frolic at the Central Park
Located at Manhattan, New York City, the central park is the largest and most important public park in Manhattan. It sits on an area of 840 acres; for most visitors, the best place to get an impression of the central park is on the 59th to 72nd Street. You will always find a point for a picnic, to ponder and just take in the greenery especially on a sunny day.
Finally, if you are thinking of an amazing destination to spend your next vacation, then New York City should be your next point of call. There are so many fun things to do in this city that will leave you with a long lasting experience.