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The 25 best activities in New York City
If you' re visiting New York you won't have to wonder for long why they had to "name it twice" - it's really so good, and I'm sure there are 8. 5 million people would have to! The home of the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and the places you may have only dreamt of, this quick and thrilling place is poised to show everything it is.
If you want to see all of New York (smart!), buy a New York Passport that gives you free access to over 80 New York sights and saves you not only a lot of cost, but also a lot of valuable working hours when you cross your passport to take part in sights and trips by jumping over all the long queues!
Let's take a look at the best things in New York! MoMA (Museum of Moderne Art) has often been described as the world's most important collection of works of modern music. It' packed with works of contemporaneous and present-day artwork, such as drawings, paintings, architectural and designer works, sculptures, graphic works and photographs, as well as over 300,000 works in the form of literature, catalogues of exhibitions and much more.
It is also very family-friendly and has a well-equipped café with a" child appeal" meal and the America Café, which offers a seasonsal meal with a glass of fine beers and wines and is open at the end of the day for supper. Gain a sense of New York City when you see one of its most iconic buildings, the Empire State Building.
Spoil everyone with stunning vistas from the Observation Deck - something the whole familiy will surely still long recall. Under the slogan'Enlightenment of the World' (in French'La Liberté à la monde'), the Statue of Liberty proudly watches over its citizens from their homeland in the port of New York.
You will reach and leave Ellis Island and Liberty Island by ferry to see the sculpture. Things can get very breezy, so make sure the whole house is properly attired! It is an entertaining place for the whole hosts of families to discover various cafés and restuarants, go for a stroll and enjoy some of its original stores.
The Staten Island Passenger Carrier has been in operation since 1905 and carries over 21 million people a year on the 25-minute trip to the "Lady Liberty". Get in from Staten Island Whitehall Terminal at South Fery near Battery Park, and from Staten Island the boat leaves from St. George ferry terminal on Richmond Terrace.
It' great to know; from the boat you have a stunning view of several New York viaducts, Downtown Manhattan and much more! It was erected in memory of all those who died on 26 February 1993, when a bombing under the North Tower of the World Trade Center exploded, and again on 11 September 2001.
An enjoyable and educational way for the whole New York City community to get around is by public transport! On the roadside, pop-ups complete the mixture, with amusing shows from the trainer-host, so that you and your hosts are always with you! You' ll pass interesting sights in downtown Manhattan such as Times Square with a choice of off-bus urban rapper that offers a very New York to all.
For many years this renowned cabinet of Waxworks has been based in Great Britain and opened its gates to New York City in 2000. Children in particular will enjoy seeing all their beloved athletes, performers, actresses, skirt celebrities and other well-known people, and if they are interested, they can also go to the section that explains how each and every one of the sculptures is made.
One of the city's most important sights, this beautiful location must be, so make sure the hosts add it to their New York itineraries! Located in the heart of the town in the historical Rockefeller Center, the Observation Deck provides fascinating vistas of the breathtaking Manhattanan. The RadioCityMusic Hall, the biggest indoors theater in the whole wide globe, was opened in 1932.
On the Radio City Stair Door Tour, you'll get an insight into this mythical concert arena, where you can see the site's works of artistic decoration, discover the mysteries of the grand arena, include cloudy and foggy visuals, and what's going on behind the golden shimmery theater.
When you plan a trip and a show, you should take enough free space, as the trip takes 2 h. In this magnificent and perfectly conserved heritage centre you have the chance to see many of his magnificent collections of fine arts, furnishings, sculptures, potteries and other breathtaking objects.
An enchanting patio leads to the open-air atrium. Situated on the west side, the high line is an open-air, tall sidewalk, beginning in Meatpacking District and ending at 36th St. relatively new, this 1. 45 mil long straight line garden is planted on an elevated section of the abandoned New York Central Railway.
Opened in September 2014, it will attract many people who will now be able to admire the beautiful view of the Hudson River and other skylines. Also known as the Grand Central Center is a 44 platform S-Bahn transit system - more than any other railway platform in the whole wide New York State - covering 48 hectares and servicing both New York State and non-New York State travel.
Constructed in 1913, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the over 21 million people visiting the city in 2013, not only admiring its breathtaking design, but also visiting the many stores and restaurants on its grounds. It is a captivating place for those interested in how New York residents were living when they came to their new state.
Today the National Historic Site is telling the tales of one of its main building, 97 Orchard Street on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Irrespective of how much the families enjoy to read, a trip here will certainly be of interest. Lincoln Center with the New York Philharmonic, the New York Ballet and the Metropolitan Opera House is a building ensemble on Lincoln Square, which was opened in 1962 as one of the city's key cultuur centers.
Manhattan really cannot be visited without a stop at Central Park, which is such an integral part of New York living. Be it Strawberry Fields, the monument to John Lennon and Cleopatra's Needle, the 3,500-year-old obelisk, the ultra-modern complex, or the Shakespeare's Garden, dedicated to the renowned dramatist and dotted with plaques, a trip here will be something for the whole familiy at any season of the year.
After all the sight-seeing, how about a trip to Nintendo World, 10,000 sq. metres of hands-on games, colourful accessoires, clothes and collectables? On two levels you can get lost in all the new thrilling games available for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS families of handhelds.
You can also find many demonstration stands where you can make your own discovery! To entertain the grown-ups in the house, you' ll have the opportunity to go to the top level for Nintendo stories. A must-see for all lovers of aviation and historical events in the region and for all those interested in the war.
If you are in New York between Easter and Halloween, this famous place is for you. Featuring over 50 cruises and sights and the added benefit of being at the seaside, it's a great time for the whole host families and just an hours drive from the town!
Don't miss the promenade, where you can go for a walk with a delicious local red wine or one of the many restaurants. You can get there from mid-town Manhattan by taking the G, Q, N or F trains to Stillwell Avenue, get on the X28 and X38 express buses or just a simple arive.
Bookingstore Beach in Eastern Village is 18 leagues from Lesehimmel and sells new and second-hand literature, second-hand literature, out-of-print literature, scarce literature, fine arts literature, collectors' guides, collectors' guides, and a wide range of literature supplies, bags, magazines and kitchen utensils! This multi-storey bookshop with large, high shelves throughout the entire structure is a veritable source of joy.
There' are many good restaurants around, where you and your loved ones can discuss all the literature you've found. The New York City licenced trips are conducted by information leaders who work or have worked on the big road itself, who manage billions of trades and some were also on the front line of the finance war.
A thrilling trip for the whole group, young adults included. Without going to Little Italy, home of the New York-based Italians, who could be there? So why not spoil your hosts in one of the genuine Italians? And if your trip takes you through September, come to Mulberry St. to commemorate the feast of San Gennaro, the patron saint of Naples, and savour the 11-day-festival!
When it comes to eating (well, that's Manhattan!), don't get overloaded at breakfasts and don't have your cravings for a meal at Chelsea Market, one of the city's municipal eating venues. It was a really great year for the whole group! If you want a great study tour, take a tour of the New York Fire Museum.
Children have a great and fun year in the fire engine and Daddy can even try on a fire fighter coat!