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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Barney's New York

Barney's New York

Since 1923 Barney's New York has been a magnet for fashionistas from all over the world. This NYC institutions has gorgeous high end products you wont find anywhere else. 660 Madison Ave, between 60th & 61st St 1(212) 826-8900 Open: Daily 10am-8pm Bus: M1, M2, M3, M4, M31, M57, Q32 SubwayMore
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
Inside CNN

Inside CNN

Go behind the scenes at CNN’s New York City bureau, the network’s key place in the coverage of events that shape our world, and its efforts to report the news to more than 1 billion people around the globe. Inside CNN is a 45-minute guided walking experience of the CNN Studios. Take a journey thMore
Getting Around by Foot

Getting Around by Foot

Manhattan is mostly a grid system of uptown/downtown streets intersecting with crosstown streets so it's hard to get lost here. Most of the city is flat, perfect for strolling. Exploring it all from a walker's pace, at eye level, is the best way to get a real feel for the city. It's the cheapestMore
Classic Double Decker Bus Tour of NYC

Classic Double Decker Bus Tour of NYC

Enjoy this double-decker sightseeing bus combo to see the best of New York City. The Classic New York comes with the All Loops Tour and choice of tickets to: The Empire State Building Observatory OR the Top of the Rock. Ferry to the Statue of Liberty / Ellis Island Ticket to the Museum of tMore
10 Most Popular NYC Tourist Attractions & Landmarks

10 Most Popular NYC Tourist Attractions & Landmarks

Our list of the 10 Most Popular NYC Tourist Attractions Empire State Building Statue of Liberty Grand Central Terminal Rockefeller Center Ellis Island Immigration Museum Staten Island Ferry American Museum of Natural History The Rose Center for Earth and Space Central Park MeMore
Brooklyn Places of Interest

Brooklyn Places of Interest

  Brooklyn is the most populous borough in New York City and occupies 81 square miles on the western tip of Long Island. Once an independent municipality, it was the nation's third-largest city for nearly half a century. Brooklyn fought valiantly before allowing itself to be taken into NMore
Getting Around by Water Taxi

Getting Around by Water Taxi

New York Water Taxi connects you to neighborhoods, parks and cultural attractions along the West Side, Lower Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn waterfronts. The bright-yellow catamarans sporting black-and-white checks are perfect for quick trips along New York City's waterfront. You can hop on and 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
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