The city that never sleeps is busting at the seams with countless things to see and do. Without a doubt, there is something for everyone in the Big Apple. From cultural events to a great night scene to numerous art galleries and museums, you will never have a dull moment when visiting one of the world’s most popular cities. New York covers five boroughs Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, The Bronx, and Staten Island and has a dazzling array of attractions, restaurants, and events for people from all around the globe to enjoy. Visit our top seven favorite places in NYC and make your travel dreams come true.
If you hop off the Blue Route at Stop #33, you will find yourself at the steps of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met is one of New York City’s best museums and the largest art gallery in the United States. Founded in 1870, The Met houses a collection representing more than 5000 years of art from around the world. From European paintings to Ancient Near Eastern Art to Modern and Contemporary art, The Met is a must-see for all art lovers. The Met has a series of temporary exhibits, so there is always something new to see. Visiting with little ones? Make sure to check out #MetKids, a digital feature made for, with and by kids so that all young ones can learn fun facts about art.
Book your tickets today for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and spend a visit to one of the most popular art galleries in the United States.
Visit Central Park
From Breakfast at Tiffany’s to Ghostbusters to When Harry Met Sally to Enchanted, Central Park has been featured in countless Hollywood hits. Now it is your turn to stretch your legs and take a stroll through one of the most famous parks, not only in the United States but in the world. Get your tickets for the Manhattan Experience and hop off the Blue Route at Stop # 36 and escape the concrete jungle and explore New York City’s greenest space. No matter when you visit New York, there are always countless things to see and do. From visiting the Central Park Zoo to going to concerts to ice skating in the winter, you will always have something fun to do.
After taking a stroll through Central Park, make your way to Rockefeller Center, a national historic landmark centered in Manhattan. You may have seen this famous building in shows like Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and many more. Head to The Top of the Rock and admire the unobstructed views of Midtown, Downtown, and Central Park. Make sure to take your camera along and snap away. Buy your tickets for the Rockefeller Center and hop off the Green Route at Stop #17.
New York is the city that never sleeps, so if you are looking for a place to stay up and stay out, Times Square is the place for you. Venture out to a Broadway show in Times Square and be travel to another world, even if just for the night. Don’t know what to see? Wicked, Dear Evan Hansen and The Lion King are some great Broadway shows that are currently playing. Just hop off the Night Bus Tour on the Red Route, Stop #2 and be dazzled by the nightlife in Times Square.
Empire State Building
Take a mesmerizing look at New York City with a birds-eye view from the 86th floor in the famous Empire State Building, located right in the heart of Manhattan. Hop off the Green Route at Stop #4 and soar to the top floor at a height of 1,050 feet in the sky and take in the breathtaking views of NYC. Get your tickets for The Empire State Building and enjoy some of the best views of New York City.
Statue of Liberty
Visit one of New York City’s most iconic sights- the Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy ever since the people of France gave it to the people of the United States at the end of the 19th century. Since its dedication in 1886 until its declaration as a national monument, more than 14 million immigrants entered the United States through New York and The Statue of Liberty served as a reassuring that they had arrived in a land where they could make their dreams a reality. Hop off the Red Route at Stop #11 and make your way to the docks to hop on our ferry to Ellis Island where you will be able to admire gorgeous views of The Statue of Liberty. Book your tickets online today for the Manhattan Experience and enjoy the views of the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty.
World Trade Center
The World Trade Center is historically memorable because of the falling of the Twin Towers, September 11th, 2001. Now over 10 years later, it has renewed and rebuilt the definition of innovation, finance, and artwork. Just hop off the Green Route, Stop #10 and be transmitted to the One World Observatory and gain an experience you will never forget! Enjoy an elevator ride to the 102nd floor and visually learn about the history of New York’s past, present, and future.