Manhattan, New York

There is a tone to discover in Manhattan. Now, if you're visiting the city for the first time, you'll probably feel rushed as you tour the various neighborhoods.

Top Of The Rock

If you enjoy a good view, visiting Top Of The Rock, which is perched atop the Rockefeller Center, is one of the top things to do in Manhattan.

The Vessel

One of New York's most recent art pieces is called the Vessel. It's an amazing sight from its perch in Hudson's Yard, not too far from Hell's Kitchen.

The Morgan Library

 You can now visit the JP Morgan's personal library almost a century after he passed away since he specified in his will that he wanted it made available to the public for enjoyment.

Grand Central Station

Opened to the public on February 2, 1913, Grand Central is a world-famous landmark and transportation hub in Midtown Manhattan.

 The 9/11 Memorial Site

After the terrible events of 9/11, you simply can't skip going to the 9/11 Memorial Site to pay your respects.

Central Park

Central Park is a famous area of Manhattan and a place that is simple to enjoy. It is frequently referred to as the "lungs" of New York.

Walk the Highline

The Highline, a green promenade made from abandoned subway lines, is one of the nicest things to do in Manhattan. It is especially lovely on sunny days.

Time Square

Time Square is a Manhattan landmark that everyone must visit at least once, whether they love it or detest it.

Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge must be walked, even if it isn't technically in Manhattan (or Brooklyn, for that matter). If it's your first visit to New York, this is especially true.