Founded in 1870, the Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. Every day, art comes alive in the Museum's galleries and through its exhibitions and events, revealing both new ideas and unexpected connections across time and across cultures.
Probably the most popular of gardens in New York, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden features more than a million plants on 250 acres, the Botanical Garden is a place for study and research as well as enchantment and exploration.
Located on the site as the original World Trade Center, the 9/11 memorial pays homage to the 2983 victims of the 1993 and 2001 attacks. A tribute to the past and a place of hope for the future
The Houdini Museum houses over 2,500 pieces of 'Houdiniana,’ displaying some of the rarest and most important pieces that were used by and personally belonged to the great Harry Houdini. The items currently displayed include rare publicity posters, unthinkable handcuffs, escape restraints and tools used during some of his most famous escapes
The Statue of Liberty is among New York City's and America's most familiar landmarks. Gifted to America by France the statue can only be accessed by boat as it is set on an island within New Yorks Harbor.
The High Line is one of the City’s most popular and distinctive parks especially for Instagramer's! Built on a once-abandoned elevated rail line, the green space offers unparalleled views of Manhattan’s far west side
Jutting 330 feet up toward the heavens the Neo-Gothic church St Patrick's Cathedral is among NYC’s most-visited religious sites. Spanning the length of an entire City block, the building has much offer and observe in wonder.
MADISON SQUARE GARDENS
The coolest arena in the country," according to Rolling Stone Magazine. Colloquially known as The Garden this multi-purpose indoor arena hosts iconic athletes, chart-topping musicians and celebrated performers.