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Famous New York Attractions
New york is one of the greatest cities in the world. With a major landmark and attraction around every corner, New York can get intimidating for a first timer to the city. So, where do you begin and how do you make the most of your New York stay? You begin with the city’s most famous landmarks and the biggest New York attractions.
Go through some of our most popular tours and experiences and you will surely find something to satisfy your soul. Whether you’re looking for skip-the-line tickets for the Empire State Building or cruises to the Statue of Liberty, we have you covered. If you are in New York, make sure you check these famous New York attractions off your list.
Empire States Building Tour
Visit the most famous landscraper in New York and the most photographed building in the world - the Empire State Building. The Empire State building was the tallest building on Earth until the Twin Towers in Malaysia was built. With over 3.5 million visitors a year, the Empire State Building is the most important and most famous landmark in New York.
Empire State Building has two famous observation decks, the main deck on the 86th floor and the top deck on the 102nd floor. The highest observation decks in New York, you can catch views of Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania on a clear day.
Top of the Rock, Rockefeller Center
The Top of the Rock is an observation deck situated on the highest floors of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, the tallest building in the Rockefeller Center. The observation decks are spread over three floors - the 67th, 69th and 70th floors. These observations decks are said to provide the best views of the city, uninterrupted and sweeping views of New York’s skyline.
All the observation decks have outdoor viewing areas while the top floor is completely open-air. The observation decks on 30 Rockefeller Plaza offer stunning panoramic views of famous New York landmarks such as the Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, Chrysler Building, Freedom Tower, the Statue of Liberty, Central Park and much more.
One World Trade Center Tickets
The One World Trade Center, or the Freedom Tower is the primary building of the rebuilt World Trade Center complex. The tallest building in New York, Freedom Tower is also the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. One World Trade Center now holds a special place in the heart of New York and is one of the most visited buildings in New York.
Most tourists visiting One World Trade Center make it a point to visit the One World Observatory on the 100th floor. The observatory features breathtaking panoramic views of New York and a special attraction - the Sky Portal. The Sky Portal is a disc with a glass floor with the ground 100 floors below you. You can stand on the glass floor and gaze at the streets, more than 1000 feet below.
Statue of Liberty Tickets
The Statue of Liberty, on Liberty island in New York harbor, has been described as a “colossal neoclassical sculpture”. A gift to the United States from the people of France, the statue was designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi and built by Gustave Eiffel. Ever since, the Statue of Liberty has been the first sight that visitors to America see and a symbol of the country as well.
There are multiple ways to visit the Statue of Liberty. Cruises leave the New York harbor and head to the island every few minutes. Check out our list of some of the most popular Statue of Liberty tours to visit the island and explore the grounds of the island as well as pedestal access of the statue.
Best Museums in NYC
History revisited is history experienced. A testament to this famous quote are the numerous museums that find themselves to be at home in New York. From showcasing some of the world’s finest works of art to geological exhibitions covering the Earth’s lifespan, you can experience almost all of human history in New York and its museums.
The most visited and the popular museums in New York are:
Metropolitan Museum of Art
American Museum of Natural History
Museum of Modern Art
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum
Other famous museums in New York that one should visit are the Brooklyn Museum, The Frick Collection, Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), Whitney Museum of American Art, Jewish Museum, the New Museum and the Museum of Chinese in America.
New York Attraction Pass
All these attractions and not enough time? Or handling tickets has become an issue? Take control of your New York experience and get yourself a New York Attractions Pass. These passes offer various degrees of accessibility for over 80 attractions and sights in New York. Also, the prices are discounted as well.
These NYC attraction passes offer various advantages. You will have the flexibility to choose your own timings and access to museums and other attractions without having to wait in line. You will also be saving money when compared to purchasing individual tickets.