New York visitor attractions
New York Korean War Memorial
Made out of a pillar of black granite, the center shows a cut out of an American soldier who is also known as the Universal Soldier. Looking through him, there is a great view of the Statue of Liberty and Staten Island.
Top of the Rock, New York City
Soaring seventy stories over Manhattan is the Top of the Rock, the observation deck on top of Rockefeller Center, with spectacular views of New York City.
Irish Hunger Memorial, New York
The Irish Hunger Memorial in New York City takes its name from the words "The Great Hunger", which are "An Gorta Mor" in the Irish language.
Metronome: World's Most Confusing Clock, New York City
The Metronome and The Passage are both an enormous work of public art and a very confusing clock.
The Tenement Museum, New York City
The Tenement Museum in New York City is dedicated to preserving the history of immigrant life in the city during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Gardens of Remembrance, Battery Park, New York
These gardens are a relaxing haven in bustling Manhattan and a popular are for tourists and New Yorkers alike.
Atomic Buddhist Statue, New York City
Given to the New York Buddhist Church as a symbol of peace, it now stands in Manhattan as a reminder of the horrors of atomic war.
Columbus Park, New York City
While Columbus Park isn't exactly a tourist destination, it is a perfect place to visit if you want an authentic New York experience.
Visiting the Empire State Building, New York City
Visiting the Empire State Building in New York City is an experience you will never forget. The Empire State Building was constructed in 1931. It was the worldâ€™s tallest building for the next 41 years and is currently the tallest building in New York City.
Museum of Tolerance New York
The Museum of Tolerance New York is a little known gem located in the center of bustling Manhattan.
Doomed Merchant Mariners' Memorial, New York
This memorial in Battery Park commemorates those seamen who lost their lives supplying the troops during WWII.
Battery Park, New York City
Battery Park is located in the Battery in New York City. Because of the cannons that were erected after the American Revolution to defend the citizens, the place was called the Battery and the park, the Battery Park.
The free ferry to Staten Island, New York City
The Staten Island Ferry is a great way to both see the Statue of Liberty and get a view of the NYC skyline from the water - for free!
The "High Line" Park, New York City
Opened in June of this year, the High Line Park is bringing green to a previously disused part of New York.
The Native American Museum, New York City
The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) is organized by the Smithsonian Institution. There are two places where Native Indian art and culture are exhibited, one in New York City and another in Washington D.C.