On your next trip to New York, here, according to TRAVELPRE, are the places you absolutely need to include in your travel itinerary.
- Empire State Building
Inaugurated on May 1, 1931, it is currently the largest building in New York. On the 86th floor, an observatory open to the public offers an impressive panoramic view of New York.
- Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty was offered to the United States by the French in 1886, to commemorate the centenary of American independence and as a sign of friendship between the two nations. It is located on the island of Liberty Island, close to Ellis Island.
- Rockefeller Center
The Rockefeller Center in Midtown Manhattan and is known for its famous Christmas tree, its ice ring, for its view of the “Rock Observation Deck”, for its “Radio City Music Hall” and for its many shops. A place to see, no matter what time of year.
- Grand Central Terminal
Grand Central Terminal is located in the centre of Manhattan, in the Midtown district.
It is the most important station in the world by its number of Quays: 44, which overlook 67 lanes. During the 1990s, the station was completely renovated and the work lasted until 1998. During these renovations, the ceiling of the main hall was rediscovered, adorned with a starry sky dotted with constellations, which was hidden under a layer of dirt and soot. Beautiful masterpiece!!
- Ellis Island
Ellis Island was for a long time (1892 to 1954) The main entrance of immigrants arriving in the United States. The island welcomed about 12 million people.
- Staten Island Ferry
The Staten Island Ferry (Staten Island Ferry) is the free ferry to the east of Battery Park, in the extreme south of Manhattan, and Staten Island.
- American Museum of Natural History
It is one of the largest museums in New York. It is located on the island of Manhattan in the Upper West Side district. The film ‘ Night at the museum ‘ was shot in this magnificent museum.
- Central Park
The lungs of New York! Central Park is a 341-hectare green area (3.41 km², about 4 km by 800 metres), located in the borough of Manhattan. The park contains several artificial lakes, pedestrian paths, ice skating rinks and others.
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (“The Met”) is one of the world’s largest art museums. The “Met” collections have more than two million works of art from all over the world.
- Museum of Modern Art (The Museum of Modern Art)
The Museum of Modern Art (or MoMA) is a famous museum of modern and contemporary art located in the Midtown Manhattan Quarituer.