New York. The city that never sleeps! Possibly one of the most well-known cities in America. With many attractions and iconic sites, it’s easy to see why. New York is made up of five boroughs. Which all sit where the Hudson River meets the Atlantic Ocean. Manhattan being the central hub.
New York city is accessible by air and by car. If there is a large party of you can get an NYC charter bus and let someone else do the driving for a change. I thought I would share with you ten things you can do in New York City. This guide is perfect for a first timer, or someone who just wants to experience the magic of the big apple all over again.
The Manhattan sky helicopter tour.
One of the best ways to marvel at this big city is by air. What better way than in a helicopter. It may seem like a pricey excursion to take. But it will allow you to see all of the wonders of the skyline.
An NYC Cruise
Another fantastic way to take in the big apple is by boat. There are many boat tours available that can offer you fantastic views and picture opportunities. Even taking in one of the most iconic landmarks, The Statue Of Liberty.
The Empire State Building
No NYC visit would be complete without a trip to the Empire State Building. It also happens to be one of the most known attractions and has featured in many films set in NYC. The observatory deck gives amazing views.
Watch a Broadway show.
While you are in New York, take in a Broadway show. With many fantastic performances showing daily you are bound to find something you will enjoy.
Top of the Rock
Another place worth a visit is the observatory deck at the Top of the Rock. A recommendation would be to go around sunset where you can see the city twinkle beneath you.
Visit a New York Yankee’s game
One for the baseball fans, and one for the ones that aren’t so keen. Experiencing a New York Yankee’s game should be on your list of things to do while you are in NYC.
Walk around central park.
You could take a tour, or just explore this wonderful park yourself. It looks particularly spectacular in the snow and winter months.
The 9/11 memorial and museum
No one can take away the sadness of that day. But showing respect and visiting the memorial site will be an experience not to forget.
The Rockefeller centre
If you happen to be visiting Top Of The Rock, then you must take in the sights and sounds of the Rockefeller centre. With many shops and other things to do, you won’t get bored.
Have your picture taken at Times Square
Finally, no visit to New York would be complete without visiting Times Square. The famous intersection has bright lights, advertisements and shops galore. Well worth a visit just to say you have been there.
I hope this guide helps you on your trip to NYC.