New York is a happening place to explore. The city is a amalgamation of different culture and ethics. This in itself makes it a diverse land to explore. There are numerous places which you can explore in this vibrant and lively city.
Open space is always relished in the cities and New York is lucky enough to get its share in the form of Central Park. This urban park located in Manhattan, New York is the most visited park in United States and saw over 40 million visitors in 2013.
This is the place which holds a historic significance for Americans. You can also get a free ferry ride to Statue of Liberty when on Ellis Island.
This is one icon which you cannot do without visiting when in New York. The building has been an icon since 1931 and has featured in numerous movies making it an easily recognizable symbol across the globe.
The 9/11 Memorial and Museum located at World Trade Centre is an iconic memorial to 2,983 people who lost their life during the 9/11 attack by Osama Bin Laden. You can also visit the 9/11 Tribute Centre which celebrates the community ethos and showcases personal memories of those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terror attacks.
This is a world famous landmark attraction in New York. The wonder wheel has been in operation since 1920 and is an iconic landmark in the city.
You can get up and close with your favorite Hollywood celebrities at the Madame Tussauds Museum in New York. The museum contains around 225 lifelike wax figures of celebrities and if you cannot get closer to them in real, the best bet would be to picture yourself with them in the museum.
This is another unique location in New York which should ideally be on your wish list. Incidentally, The Cathedral of St. John the Divine is also the largest cathedral in the world.
If you are an art lover, a visit to the famed Metropolitan Museum of Art should be on your wish list. This is not only the largest museum in United States but is also the most visited one in New York.