Best Things to Do in NYC


Historical Landmarks

Discover significant sites throughout New York City that have shaped what it is today and endowed it with a persevering spirit.

Belvedere Castle

79th St. New York NY 10021 U.S.

With a name that means "beautiful view" in Italian, the castle is a wonderful place to take in the city.

Broadway

1681 Broadway New York NY 10019 U.S.

No trip to New York City is complete without at least one shine of the Broadway spotlight.

Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge New York NY 10038 U.S.

The Brooklyn Bridge unfailingly catches the eye against the backdrop of New York City's iconic skyline.

Ellis Island

Ellis Island New York NY 10004 U.S.

Many Americans can trace their roots back to Ellis Island, and many choose to honor their brave ancestors by visiting the Immigration Museum located on the island.

The Empire State Building

350 5th Ave. New York NY 10118 U.S.

This art deco skyscraper is one of the most recognizable structures of the New York City skyline.

Madison Square Garden

4 Pennsylvania Plaza New York NY 10001 U.S.

One of the hottest entertainment venues in the world.

One World Trade Center

285 Fulton St New York NY 10007 U.S.

Built on the site of New York's iconic Twin Towers, One World Trade Center stands as a tribute to the indefatigable American spirit.

Rockefeller Center

45 Rockefeller Plaza New York NY 10111 U.S.

This Midtown Manhattan landmark covering 22 acres between 48th and 51st Streets is a must-see, especially during the holidays.

Statue of Liberty

Liberty Island New York NY 10004 U.S.

Proudly welcoming all who enter New York Harbor from her perch just south of Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty is an enduring symbol of American opportunity.

Times Square

Times Square New York NY 10036 U.S.

Always full of action, this is the beating heart of Manhattan.

Union Square

Broadway (Fourth Ave.) New York NY 10003 U.S.

From street vendors to musicians to break dancers to protesters, you'll see it here.

Wall Street

Wall St. New York NY 10005 U.S.

With its roots in Gilded Age opulence, Wall Street exudes wealth and power through its art deco décor, modern international-style architecture and classic Greek revival columns.