Central Park Bike Tours

Experience a memorable journey through Frederick Law Olmstead's masterpiece in the heart of Manhattan in New York City. Your experienced tour guide will provide you ...

NYC Speed Boat Ride

If you spy a set of giant jaws racing across New York's harbor, don't panic. That's just SHARK, Circle Line Downtown's heart-pounding, 30-minute speed ...

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NYC Discount Tickets and Passes

Our list of NYC discount tickets and passes from a verity of providers. Group several attractions together and get a great deal! NYC Explorer Pass With the ...

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Empire State Building / NY SKYRIDE

Night or day, the view from NYC's tallest building is one of this hemisphere's most magnificent vistas. On a clear day you can enjoy a ...

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Brooklyn Night Bazaar

Brooklyn Night Bazaar

The Brooklyn Night Bazaar is a night market that brings together independent vendors, musicians, chefs, and artists. The bazaar is all ages but those 17 and under need adult supervision to enter. Entry is always free. IF YOU WANT TO SKIP THE LINE, YOU CAN PURCHASE A SUPERPASS or TASTEPASS. OffMore
NYC Ice Skating Rinks

NYC Ice Skating Rinks

Manhattan Skating Rinks Lasker Rink in Central Park Located near 107th St & Central Park West, 1(917) 492-3856. Web-Site: Click Here Polar Rink at American Museum of Natural History Columbus Ave and 79th St, 1(212) 769-5200. Nov 21 - Feb 28. One hour skating sessions on synthetic More
Central Park Bike Tours

Central Park Bike Tours

Experience a memorable journey through Frederick Law Olmstead's masterpiece in the heart of Manhattan in New York City. Your experienced tour guide will provide you with background information, historical facts and point out some of the best photo opportunity spots. Includes: Live Guide AllMore
Bloomingdales

Bloomingdales

It all started with a 19th century fad - the hoop skirt. That was the first item that Joseph and Lyman Bloomingdale carried in their Ladies' Notions Shop in New York's Lower East Side. In the late 1800's, most fashion retailers specialized in just one type of garment. Not the brothers Bloomingdale -More
World Trade Center Site ( Ground Zero )

World Trade Center Site ( Ground Zero )

History: The World Trade Center was conceived in the early 1960s by the Downtown-Lower Manhattan Development Association to bring a halt to the decline of lower Manhattan. The twin towers of the World Trade Center were more than just buildings. They were proof of New York's belief in itself. More
How tall is the Statue of Liberty?

How tall is the Statue of Liberty?

The Lady in the Harbor stands 101 feet tall from base to torch, 305 feet tall from pedestal foundation to torch. She weighs 450,000 pounds, has a 35-foot waist and an 8-foot index finger. Click here for more information on Lady Liberty. More
Canal Street

Canal Street

Canal Street is a bustling New York street fair full of open storefronts. Banks and jewelry shops make-up most of the east side of Canal. The west side is mostly shops. Canal Street is also the main Chinese jewelry district of Chinatown Directions: Canal Street between Bowery & Avenue of theMore
How big is Staten Island?

How big is Staten Island?

With a population of 468,730, Staten Island is the least populated of the five boroughs but is the third-largest in area at 59 sq mi (153 km2). More: Staten Island places of interest Staten Island Ferry More
Why is New York called the Big Apple?

Why is New York called the Big Apple?

Why is New York Called The Big Apple? John J. Fitzgerald, a horse-racing writer for The Morning Telegraph in the 1920s was the first to popularize the term "The Big Apple". While on assignment in New Orleans, Fitzgerald overheard stablehands refer to New York City racecourses as "The Big Apple".More
To and From Newark Liberty Airport

To and From Newark Liberty Airport

AirTrain Newark Passengers can connect with NJ TRANSIT trains to Newark Liberty International Airport via AirTrain Newark. From New York Penn Station, take any NJ TRANSIT train that stops at the Newark Liberty International Airport Station (NLIAS). From Downtown Manhattan, take PATH (WTCMore