The Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty, one of America's most iconic buildings, was a gift from France. It was built in 1886 and is still a global symbol of freedom.
Anyone visiting New York City should take a stroll around Central Park's winding paths, pedal a bicycle through them, or ride in a carriage through them.
The Rockefeller Center offers scatting for your enjoyment. This enormous shopping and entertainment complex is located in the heart of Manhattan.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
There are more than two million works of art in The Met's permanent collection, which spans a time period of 5,000 years.
The High Line
The High Line is an old rail line that has been turned into an elevated urban foot trail. A variety of trees and plants have been included into this special linear public park.
The place to be in New York at night, Times Square is lined with enormous, brilliantly lighted billboards and screens. This is where New Year's Eve festivities take place in New York.
The Brooklyn Bridge has suspension cables and Gothic-styled arches. It has influenced countless poets, musicians, and artists throughout.
Grand Central Terminal
Grand Central Terminal, often known as Grand Central Station, is a magnificent Beaux Arts structure that is well worth visiting.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
With a capacity for 2,400 people and a Pieta statue, St. Patrick's Cathedral is among the best examples of Gothic Revival architecture in New York.