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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Time Warner Center

Time Warner Center

Time Warner Center includes retail shops, a super-sized grocery store (Whole Foods, lower level, offers sandwiches, salads, soups, sushi, pizza, and hot dishes), luxury condominiums, an adjacent Mandarin Oriental hotel, a collection of elite restaurants, and Jazz at Lincoln Center with more than 100More
How big is Central Park?

How big is Central Park?

Central Park's 843 acres makes it more than twice the size of the Principality of Monaco. It was the first landscaped public park in the United States. About 1600 residents of shantytowns in the area were displaced, including Irish pig farmers, and German gardeners. Seneca Village, a black settlemenMore
Tourneau Time Machine

Tourneau Time Machine

If you're near Madison Avenue and East 57th Street, visit Tourneau Time Machine, 12 East 57th Street. It's recognized by Guinness Book of World Records as the world's largest authorized purveyor of fine timepieces. Find over 100 brands and more than 8,000 styles. Outside, 23 different clock faces inMore
The Charging Bull Statue

The Charging Bull Statue

The Charging Bull Statue is a symbol of financial optimism, the 7,000 pound bronze sculpture by Arturo Di. Modica stands at the north end of Bowling Green Park in downtown Manhattan’s financial district.  Bulls and bears have long been metaphors for the volatility of Wall Street with bulls signifyinMore
New York City Opera

New York City Opera

Since its founding in 1943, New York City Opera has been recognized as one of Americas preeminent cultural institutions, celebrated for its adventurous programming and innovative, risk-taking production style. The company has been a leading showcase for young artists, having helped launch the carMore
Comedy Clubs in NYC

Comedy Clubs in NYC

  Carolines on Broadway 1626 Broadway (between 49 & 50 Sts) Manhattan 1-212-757-4100 Bus: M6, M7, M10, M20, M27, M50, M104 Subway:  to 50 St;    to 49 St Comedy Cellar 117 MacDougal St (at West 3 St) 1-212-254-3480 Bus: M4, M6, M7, M10, M16, M34, Q32 Subway:       to More
South Street Seaport

South Street Seaport

History: A historic trading port that dates back to the 1600s, is now home to over 120 shops, restaurants, and pushcarts filled with souvenirs of New York City. There's always some interesting street performance or music going on. This renovated American landmark is right on Manhattans historic More
The Metropolitan Opera

The Metropolitan Opera

The Metropolitan Opera was founded in 1883. The first Metropolitan Opera House was built on Broadway and 39th Street by a group of wealthy businessmen who wanted their own opera house. Almost from the beginning, it was clear that the opera house on 39th Street did not have adequate stage facilitieMore
Nearby Outlet Shopping

Nearby Outlet Shopping

Woodbury Common Premium Outlets Woodbury Common, one hour north of New York City, features 220 stores offering the largest collection of upscale designer and name-brand outlets in the world. Stores include: Adidas, Banana Republic Factory Store, Barneys New York Outlet, Burberry, Coach, CrateMore
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