Vietnamese American Cultural Parade
New York City has so much to offer which is why so many people from around the world visit this great city. Below is a short list of the major attractions but there is so much more. We have included links for each attraction as well as a general link for all NYC!
See Lady Liberty close enough with no cost, take the Staten Island Ferry and stay at the back right side of the ferry. When done, go back on ferry. Battery Park is there where there are memorials to see. There is a paid tour. From the hotel, take the downtown 1 (red) train to South Ferry and stay in the first 5 cars.
Below is the link for tours: https://www.nps.gov/stli/planyourvisit/fees.htm
Battery Park hosts 12 attraction sites as well as dining. Something to do for all ages!
It is free to walk around and see the memorial. There are tours to see the museum which takes 60 mins. From the hotel, take the downtown 1 train to WTC Cortland St.
For info: https://www.911memorial.org/visit/tours
Then go visit the oldest bar in NYC! Fraunces Tavern located at 54 Pearl St. Opened in 1762, it is said to be the place where peace negotiations were made and George Washington's favorite place. It is a bar, a restaurant and a museum.
The famous fish market was once here. Now the area is filled with shops, restaurants, tours and a "park" to sit and watch the East River. There is a ship there to explore as well as helicopter rides.
For more info: https://www.thenewseaport.com
Pier 17 is a popular location for dining, seeing both the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge and lots of other attractions including the roof top bar.
A nice view of the west side of NYC with a great view of downtown and some little coffee stands. Take the downtown blue train (A/C/E) to 14th St. and walk west to the stairs just past the Apple Store. Or you can take M11 bus to 14th St.
While away from home, maybe you would like to maintain your swing in golf or baseball, or a lap around the pool, or anything your heart desires in a sport complex. There are events that are held there so check to see if the Food Network is running an event!
For more info: https://www.chelseapiers.com
It is walking distance to the bottom of Central Park which is where the Central Park Zoo is located for those who have children or are like children. The large open space is called Sheep Meadow. The John Lennon memorial is on 72nd St. Take the blue train (A/C/E). Belvedere Tower is a very tranquil place to visit and maybe you can catch a play there!
CityPass: Want to select the attractions and get a bundle discount? Places like the Empire State Building (ESB), Top of the Rock Observation Deck, 9/11, Intrepid, Guggenheim, American Museum of Natural History or MoMa Museum, City Cruises, Circle Line & Sightseeing Cruises & Ferry Access to the Statue of Liberty Island.
Nearby is a rooftop lounge for views to many buildings with a great night view. https://www.230-fifth.com
There are many ways to get discounted tickets but that is a research you will need to do prior to coming here. Once here you can stand at the TCKTS both behind the bandstand area on 46th and 7th to see if there are available tickets. Below are some sites to check out: https://www.nyc.com
It is walking distance from the hotel. You'll get to see the space shuttle Enterprise the military spy jet Lockheed A-12 and the British Airways Concorde. The Intrepid Museum is home to a variety of retired air and sea vessels from all five of the US armed forces.
Want to select the attractions and get a bundle discount? Places like the Empire State Building (ESB), Top of the Rock Observation Deck, 9/11, Intrepid, Guggenheim, American Museum of Natural History or MoMa Museum, City Cruises, Circle Line & Sightseeing Cruises & Ferry Access to the Statue of Liberty Island.
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