The Ultimate Places To Visit In New York:
- Times Square
Times Square is one of the first places that strikes our mind when we plan to visit New York. It is one of the major commercial intersection, a tourist destination and an entertainment center to the neighborhood in the Midtown Manhattan section of New York City.
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
The corridors of Metropolitan Museum of Art are so good that you feel like spending days together watching them. The museum is a collection of more than 2 million works of art that represents 5,000 years of history. The library is so huge that it at least takes a week to check everything in the museum. If you are planning to visit, schedule it a bit earlier.
- Museum of Modern Art
Museum of Modern Art is a place for the Art enthusiasts and novices that are very often awestruck by the masterpieces in the location. This museum is honored by Picasso’s Les Demoiselles D Avignon and Van Gogh’s Starry Night.
Apart from the Art work in the building, the construction of the building is another great place to watch. Built by a maze of glass walkways permits art viewing from various angles.
- Empire State Building
Empire State Building, an absolute Art Deco monument is symbolic for the New York City and your plan is incomplete without visiting this location. The amazing view of the city from the 86th floor is spectacular to watch, but the views from 16 stories up on the 102nd-floor observatory are even more so—and yet, fewer visitors make it this far. Our main influence for this site comes from Roger who admits it is his favorite spot to catch a view.
- Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge is considered as one of the noblest and most visited and recognized landmarks in the New York City. It is stretched over the East River which connects to the Manhattan and Brooklyn. This location is a perfect place for the people who prefer long walks and for the cyclists. It takes around 40 minutes to deliver some spectacular views at the location as you keep on traveling.
- Central Park
Central Park is a combination of the exercise yard and an escape hatch. The location is a bliss for both residents and visitors. This highly busy area part of the Central Park is the southern section is where the visitors go for the first view in the city. Indeed, this is a great way to start the city with to roam the rest of the with a positive vibe. Central Park is always a hot spot for a picnic, to ponder or only to look at the beautiful greenery on a sunny day.
- 9/11 Memorial
This location is a memorial that is constructed in the memory of the people who lost their lives in the 9/11 attack. The 30-foot waterfalls sit on the footprint is where the Twin Towers once stood. There are two pools and each is in the size of an acre and are said to be the largest waterfalls in the North America. At the edge of the pools are the names f the 2,983 people inscribed in the bronze panels who were killed in the terror attack at the World Trade Center site, in Flight 93’s crash in Pennsylvania, at the Pentagon.
- Grand Central Terminal
You might have read about Grand Central Terminal that it is the largest and the nation’s busiest railway station with nearly 700,000 commuters and subway riders who use it daily. Well, if you are planning to visit New York, then this is not the only fact for which GCT is recognized. It is also one of the world’s most magnificent, majestic public spaces. This is a must visit place in the New York City. To embrace the beauty completely, avoid visiting during the rush hours, rather go in the free time to admire the location with peace.
Here are some more places that deserve to be on your bucket list: Coney Island, Statue of Liberty, Whitney Museum of Art, Broadway Shows.