Top 10 Things to Do in NYC
Whether you’re visiting NYC for the first time or your a repeat visitor, going to central park or walking around the neighborhoods, never gets old. New York neighborhoods are constantly changing offering new restaurants and stores around every corner.
If you’re looking for an ultra-touristy experience you must visit the Empire State Building. Not only, is it a New York must see, but the views are amazing. The empire state building is currently, New York’s tallest structure, so the view from 86th-floor observation deck is absolutely breathtaking. When visitng the Empire State Building, be prepared to wait in line. The best time to go is early in the morning and during lunch and dinner hours. Visiting the Empire State Building does cost money, so be prepared to spend $22 for adults (it’s worth it). A $45 ticket will buy you and express pass that will let you skip the line.
Central Park is by far one of the coolest places on earth. Think urban jungle – a luscious treeline with large open spaces overlooking the luscious New York skyline. Central Park is approximately 843 acres big. It might be impossible to see it all in one day. The best way to attempt to see it all, or most of it, would be to travel by bicycle. However, don’t be surprised if you get distracted by the scattered entertainment. You might find yourself spending the day perched-up on a rock listening to music for hours.
Don’t forget out the food – You must try New York’s famous pizza! Don’t be shy to walk into a restaurant that looks like a hole-in-the-wall, you never know when you’ll find a hidden New York gem. The best part about New York is exploring and creating your own story, so make sure you plan enough time to walk around and explore.
The top 10 things to do in NYC:
- 1. Empire State Building
- 2. Times Square
- 3. The Statue of Liberty
- 4. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- 5. The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
- 6. Central Park
- 7. Bergdorf Goodman
- 8. Grand Central
- 9. P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center
- 10. Walk around the neighborhoods
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