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Brooklyn Bridge Guided Bike Tour
"This 2-hour tour takes you up in the air above New York City! The entire New York Harbor will be visible including the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Staten Island the port of Brooklyn and several miles of the New Jersey coastline. Descend into Brooklyn seeing NYC’s Financial District from across the river followed by historic houses of Brooklyn Heights. You will return over the bridge
From $49.00
 
New York City Luxury Bus Tour and Harbor Cruise
"Your experience will begin by boarding a state-of-the-art luxury vehicle. You will be greeted by a licensed professional NYC tour guide and start your adventure to get to know the city of New York.During the tour you will find out information abo the Metropolitan Museum of Art Grand Central Terminal Madison Square Park Wall Street the 9/11 Memorial and more. Continue your experience on a 1-hour guided sightseeing cruise of New York Harbor. Take in the city's most amazing views as you admire the famous Manhattan skyline passing iconic New York attractions including the Statue of Liberty
From $109.00
 
Viator VIP: NYC Night Helicopter Flight and Statue of Liberty Cruise
"Your adventure begins at the Downtown Heliport at Pier 6 when you board a luxury helicopter for a 15-minute helicopter flight. Your helicopter flight takes place after dark offering you views of the magnificent New York skyline lit up at night. Listen to your friendly pilot share fascinating facts and anecdotes as you spot some of the city's most famous sights. Marvel at sensational views of the Brooklyn Bridge and World Financial Center Chelsea Piers Time Warner Center and Ground Zero as well as New Jersey attractions such as the Goldman Sachs Tower Colgate Clock and Liberty State Park. After your helicopter ride
From $249.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in New York City

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Holiday Season

if you're going to New York this Christmas, you can always take the opportunity to visit The Saks Fifth Avenue window displays, Displays are located right across Fifth Avenue from the Rockefeller...
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Central Park

I love Central Park in New York City anytime of year. Central Park is a park in the central New York City borough of Manhattan. It opened in 1857, on 778 acres of city-owned land. In the summer time,...
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Roosevelt Island

Manhattan's other island, easy to get there and you can also get there by cable lift, gas is much to see and do there, the suggestion from me, not many people know about the procedures island in the...
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Columbia University & Morningside Heights

Columbia is one of America's oldest and best-known colleges. Originally created by charter as early as King George II's time, the first institution met far downtown near Trinity Church. Over time the...
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Wall Street - Bull Statue

Bowling Green is New York's oldest existing park which goes back as far as 1733 when the government at the time created it for three people who paid 1 peppercorn/year rent to use it. Today, it is...
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Greenwich Village

“Heaven have mercy on us all—Presbyterians and Pagans alike—for we are all somehow dreadfully cracked about the head, and sadly need mending” —Herman Melville (1819-1891) Established in 1846 as the...
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Cloisters & Fort Tyron Park

A walk through Fort Tryon Park in the middle of a March snowstorm - it really feels as as you are long way in both time and place from the rest of Manhattan. Originally this area was a private...
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Harlem

Though a relatively minor engagement, this battle showed the American troops that they could win in battle after the disastrous loss on Long Island. On Sept. 16, 1776, the Americans still controlled...
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The High Line

The High Line is a 1.45-mile-long New York City linear park built on an elevated section of a disused New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line. It is free so it was one of the things...
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Gramercy Park & Union Square

This walking tour commences Sunday mornings at 11am and is conducted by volunteers, our guide a retired 65 year old man had lived his whole life within 2 km of Madison Square Park. His knowledge of...
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Queens

Queens is a pretty confusing place and everything is scattered around. Took a food tour with Queens Food Tours (queensfoodtours.com) which combines food, history and culture. We ate from some of the...
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Coney Island

A southern beach in Brooklin, where you can visit the aquarium but this is not what impressed me the most. There is a vintage feeling on the place and a pier full of people fishing on a beautiful...
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Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum

This is my favorite one..she looks so real.. they also have an awesome gift shop at the end of the tour. the tour is self paced so you can take as long as you like.. everyone should go. I truly...
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Ground Zero

But sound aloud the praises, and give the victor-crown To our noble-hearted Firemen, who fear not danger's frown. —Frederic G.W. Fenn, “Ode to our Firemen,” 1878 Stop by the 132 West 10th Street...
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Top Things to Do in New York City

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Empire State Building

The Empire State Building - a 102-story, 381 m high skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan (5th Avenue between 33rd and 34th street), completed in 1931 - is probably the most famous building in New York, and...
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Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island

I took my best photos of the Statue of Liberty from the board of New York Water Taxi. When you visit New York City just choose sunny or partly cloudy day, check when the sunset supposed to start on...
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Times Square

I couldn't decide if this should be a "Things to Do" or "Tourist Trap" tip! My cousin and his wife's hotel was right by here so we cruised through it, checked out the new pedestrian walkway (Great...
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Rockefeller Center - Plaza

You surely must go to Rockefeller Center. Why? Well... because it is there, it was made expressly to take you there, it represents well the best in New York (harmony in XXXXL size), because it has...
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United Nations

Individual tickets have to be purchased at the UN on the day of your visit. No tickets can be purchased online. Leave plenty of time to get through security & airport style metal detectors....
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Staten Island and Staten Island Ferry

One of the very few New York attractions which doesn't cost you anything.. since 1997, use of the ferry is free. The ferry connects South Manhattan with Staten Island, runs 24/7 hours a day in...
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"A NYC GYPSY AT HEART"
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"NYC: Everyday, Something new."
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shutterlust

"I Heart New York."
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""I want to be a part of it ...""
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". : New York City : ."
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