There is no shortage of museums to tour in NYC. Whether you want to see a T. rex skeleton at the Natural History Museum or you want to glimpse your favorite Jackson Pollock at the MoMa, NYC has a museum for everyone.
Two of the most popular views in the Big Apple are the Top of the Rock and the Empire State Building. There are also countless rooftop bars and restaurants that offer must-see views.
The High Line
Beautiful during all times of the year, this raised path offers views of the Hudson River as well as the high rises surrounding the Chelsea neighborhood.
One of the most iconic bridges in the world. Walking across takes about 40 minutes and delivers some of the best views of Lower Manhattan.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city in the Central Park oasis. Located between the Upper West Side and the Upper East Side, Central Park boasts 843 acres of lush greenery.
No trip to New York would be complete without a stop at Broadway. Located near New World Stages, more than three dozen Broadway theaters host some of the greatest spectacles in town.