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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Yankee Stadium Tours

Yankee Stadium Tours

Explore the New Yankee Stadium on the ultimate behind-the-scenes tour The Classic Tour lasts 45 minutes to one hour and includes visits to the New York Yankees Museum, Monument Park and the dugout. Guests will pass through the batting cages and Yankees clubhouse area before ending the tour in the GMore
Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center History: After the stock market crash of 1929, John D. Rockefeller Jr. abandoned plans to build a new opera house in favor of a group of office towers, elegant shops, and theaters, surrounding a sunken plaza that becomes an outdoor restaurant in summer and an ice skating riMore
Prospect Park

Prospect Park

The natural landscape of the park, 526 acres of meadows and wooded bluffs, streams, brooks, and a lake, was left unspoiled when the park was designed in the 1860s by Frederick Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. The former boathouse modeled after a 16th century Venetian building, has been restored and serves More
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
NYC Airport Shuttle

NYC Airport Shuttle

Looking for a convenient, fast, affordable way to get to and from NYC airports? NYC Airport Shuttle service gets you to JFK, LaGuardia and Newark—and back—with total ease. Most share ride shuttle vans hold up to 11 passengers and provide maximum comfort and door-to-door service. GO Airlink NYC More
Basketball - New York Knicks

Basketball - New York Knicks

The New York Knickerbockers, known as the Knicks, are one of only two charter members of the National Basketball Association still in their original cities (the other being the Boston Celtics). The Knicks were among the league's elite in three different eras, each separated by about two decades. In More
Battery Park

Battery Park

Location: Southern tip of Manhattan Battery Park is the 21 acre park at the junction of the Hudson and East Rivers. The view of New York Bay extends in three directions from Jersey City on the right to Brooklyn. From the promenade you can see Ellis Island, Liberty Island, Governors Island and tMore
Top NYC Bus Tours

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 from above the crowd. Here is our list of Top NYC Bus Tours: Classic Double Decker Bus Tour Hop-on and hop-off over 50 stops throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn for 48 hours! From TMore
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
Poe Cottage

Poe Cottage

Poe Cottage was the last home of the great American writer Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849). Poe lived there from 1846 to 1849, and during that time he wrote many poems, including "The Bells," "Eureka," and "Annabel Lee." After Poe's death , the house passed through many hands until 1913, when the City oMore