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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Top NYC Bus Tours

Take a day or night tour on the top of one of one of New York's iconic tour buses. See all of NYC's famous attractions ...

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NYC Midtown Ferry Cruise

Discover the City from a different view as you calmly cruise past Manhattan''s skyline leaving the hustle and bustle behind. See both sides of the ...

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Stand-Up NY

Stand-Up NY

Some of America’s most successful comics, from Chris Rock to Jon Stewart, got their start at Stand Up NY. The club prides itself on being home to the city’s rising stand-up comics and offers several programs for comedians of any level or experience to hone their skills. Address: 236 West 78th StrMore
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
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
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
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
Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal

History: When Cornelius Vanderbilt opened his Grand Central Depot in 1871 trains could only exit in reverse. Gradually he began to lower the tracks below street level to a width of 41 tracks on the upper level and 26 tracks on the lower. Today, this Beaux-Arts landmark is more than a train teMore
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
Staten Island Ferry

Staten Island Ferry

The Staten Island Ferry began service in 1905, and currently carries over 19 million passengers annually on a 5.2-mile run between the St. George Terminal in Staten Island and the Whitehall Terminal in lower Manhattan. A typical weekday schedule involves the use of five boats to transportMore
Finding the Nearest Cross Street and Address in NYC

Finding the Nearest Cross Street and Address in NYC

Key to Manhattan Streets The following chart is a New York City travel survival tool. Drop the last figure of the address you are looking to find, divide by 2, and add or subtract according to the chart below. The answer is the nearest numbered cross street. (This formula does not apply to BMore
Top of the Rock

Top of the Rock

Top of the Rock observation deck atop 30 Rockefeller Plaza (the General Electric Building) has reopened after a $75 million revamping. Express elevators now feature glass ceilings so visitors can watch the ascent along illuminated shafts to the 67th floor, where they will find indoor observation areMore