Ellis Island: This Island
is where the history of New York began. You can visit for free and enjoy the ferry ride to and from the island. The Ellis Island Immigration Museum is an astounding showcase of American history.
The Empire State Building. This building is New York’s icon. Visitors come to New York to see the Empire State Building. There is an observation deck where you can take in the immense city.
Grand Central Station is not just the busiest transportation hub in the city, but also one of the best places to view beautiful architecture. Take someone with you when you visit, and if you call into the domed area outside the Oyster Bar, with you and your friend standing at diagonally opposing pillars, you will find out that a small whisper reaches you clearly.
Broadway theater provides the opportunity to see the greatest plays and musicals on offer from classics such as The Phantom of the Opera and Les MisA©rables to modern productions including Spamalot and Tarzan. The spell-binding performances are a superb way to enjoy an evening in New York.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
– The largest in the Western hemisphere, this museum is popular not just for its size of 1.6 million square feet but also for its magnificent collection of world cultural displays. Beginning with the Roman and Greek Galleries to vast Egyptian collections, the Museum has several highlights that can leave visitors wanting to come back for another visit.
The ESPN place
is a great place to spend the day with the family. They offer food, fun, and 200 televisions. Who could ask for more? What you eat is American grill type food, and the entertainment is for the most part sports themed and interactive. If you’re looking for a great way to bond with the kids, this is better than Chuck E. Cheese, especially for the slightly older kids.
Visit Ford Foundation Building
Located in Midtown of Manhattan, this building has headquarters of Ford Foundation. It’s a post-war construction that is famous for its vast foyer, housing an amazingly big green garden.
Visit Maine Monument
This monument located in S-W entry to Central Park is among the biggest monuments of NY. It was made in memory of 261 seamen who lost their life during the explosion of the USS Maine battleship in February of 1898.
Visit Carl Schurz Park
This beautiful park named in honor of a Union Army general is situated in the neighborhood of East River flanked by 84th and 90th street. It also contains Gracie Mansion, the official residence of Mayor of New York.
Visit Museum of the City of New York
This Museum has a vast assortment of objet d’art associated with the Big Apple. It contains exhibits showing the expansion and development of NYC, highlighting particular facets of this captivating city.
Visit Brooklyn Museum
Among the best and largest museums of NYC, Brooklyn’s Museum of Art was constructed when Brooklyn used to be an independent town. It was envisaged to be the hub of a big educational compound.
Visit Jefferson Market Library
At present, a library, this graceful building having the Victorian Gothic approach, originally a court of law, came up during 1857 to1877. Residents thwarted the attempts for the demolition of building during the 1960s.
This guide is provided by HotHotAsian Agency on 18 October 2016