7 Best Things You Can Do In New York
One of America’s oldest cities, NYC is still filled with glimpses of the past—from Colonial-era pubs to Gilded Age museums, and from punk-rock clubs to historic immigrant enclaves. Take walks, visit landmarks, and meet locals who will tell you the stories behind every block of this modern metropolis.
Museum-hopping in NYC
Whether it’s natural history or modern art you’re after, New York City has over four hundred cultural institutions to satisfy your museum-going appetite.
Surrender to the music of the night at ‘The Phantom of the Opera,’ the longest-running show in Broadway history. Treat yourself to a visual feast with the Tony award-winning ‘The Lion King’ on Broadway. This acclaimed stage adaptation of the Disney classic brings the story of Simba and friends to life. Join millions of fans who have peeked behind the emerald curtain to discover the backstory of the Wicked Witch of the West. Whichever you decided to watch its guarantee you will have the good time spent in New York!
Explore new york's street food
It makes sense that the city that perfected pizza-by-the-slice and the hot dog would become a street food paradise—some estimate that there are over 12,000 food vendors in New York City.
Explore Parks And Gardens
It’s not all subways and skyscrapers: New York has plenty of green spaces, including the 843-acre Central Park, one of the best birding spots in America.
Shop With Fashion Insiders
From Calvin Klein in the 1960s up to Alexander Wang today, NYC has long been one of the key centers of global fashion. The city’s Garment District alone is home to thousands of fashion businesses.
See New York City from a different perspective. Helicopter sightseeing provide you with a bird’s eye view of Manhattan and the surrounding area. See the George Washington and Verrazano bridge that keep Manhattan connected. Reflect on New York’s historic landmarks including the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Greenwich Village, South Street Seaport and the 120 year old Brooklyn Bridge.
Get out on the water
Sail New York Harbor and you’ll have stunning views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, where over 12 million immigrants first came to America in the first half of the 20th century.
stay in brooklyn heights
If you want stunning views of the Manhattan skyline but without the crowds, head across the East River to Brooklyn Heights—a historic neighborhood that was New York City’s first commuter suburb. Check Out Hotel deals at Agoda.com