When you explore New York, you will want to add a touch of Brooklyn into your trip.
Another bridge you can walk across is the Manhattan Bridge which will take you almost directly to DUMBO.
A great way to explore New York is on foot, and walking across the Brooklyn Bridge is iconic.
I’ll never forget my mom getting angry with me as a kid because I didn’t want to buy anything from Bloomingdales.
I don’t think there is a cooler Italian area anywhere in the world (outside of Italy). This is a part of the city that has somewhat kept its heritage.
This is a fun museum for them to see dinosaurs, life-size animals, and scenic displays.
For Modern Art, MOMA is the place to go. It was the first museum we ever visited in New York because we had heard so much about it!
It’s New York’s most famous attraction and besides learning about its history, it also offers amazing views of the city.
I know what you are saying, “Who goes to the library anymore?” But the NYC Stephen A. Schwarzman Public Library is special.
If you don’t want to visit the actual islands of Ellis or Liberty, we suggest taking a boat tour to see New York from the water.
The Vessel at Hudson Yards is a remarkable work of art that gives wannabe photographers their perfect Instagram-worthy shot.
The High Line is a 1 1/2 mile long (2.4 km) elevated walkway and park that cuts through Manhattan’s West Side.
This is a silly little thing that attracts way too many visitors for what it is.
Central Park is one of my favorite places in Manhattan and no visit to the city would be complete without at least stepping foot in it.
New York City’s Times Square is the most famous square in the world. This is probably one of the most touristy things to do in New York, but you cannot miss seeing it.