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New York City

The city is known as the cultural capital of the world and is the largest city in America. The city was named New York when King Charles II awarded the land to his brother who is the Duke of York. It is the home of United Nations and a great entertainment hub for performing arts enthusiasts. The Broadway theater district boasts with captivating live theatrical shows. The city is also home to Wall Street, Times Square and a number of other famous districts.


What to Do in New York City

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American Folk Art Museum
The American folk Art Museum was established on June 23, 1961 and it publicly opened on September 27, 1963. The museum is entitled to pay only $1 per year...
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American Museum
The museum was established in 1869. It is situated on the western side of the upper Manhattan. It is one of the biggest and most famous museums in the...
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Your price: $96
Audubon
An environmental organization named after the naturalist and ornithologist, John James Audobon. It was incorporated in 1979 and operates as a nonprofit...
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Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum
The Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum was originally the Robert and Marie Lorillard Bartow House which was built in 1654. The museum has a showcase of beautiful...
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Your price: $22
Brooklyn Museum
The Brooklyn Museum was established in 1895. Its Beaux-Arts architecture was designed by McKim, Mead and White. The Brooklyn Museum is 560,000 square feet...
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Your price: $62
Bryant Park
Bryant Park is a public park with 9.603 acre area that is being privately managed by the not for profit corporation, the Bryant Park Corporation. The...
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Carnegie Hall
The Carnegie Hall is a concert venue constructed in 1891 by Andrew Carnegie. Its architecture was designed by William Burnet Tuthill. It is one of the...
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Central Park
The Central Park is located at the heart of Manhattan, New York City. The public park partially opened in 1857 and was renovated, expanded and completed...
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Comedy Cellar
The Comedy Cellar is a comedy club established in 1982 by a TV producer and writer and previous stand up comedian, Bill Grundfest. Its location is on the...
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Discovery Times Square
The Discovery Times Square is an exhibition space that opened on June 24, 2009. The exhibition space is 60,000 square feet. Travelling exhibitions is its...
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East River Ferry
The East River Ferry is part of the NY Waterway that operates bus services and running ferries. The NY Waterway was founded in 1986. The East Rive route...
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Empire State Building
The Empire State Building was built and completed in 1931 and became the tallest building in the world for 40 years until the North Tower was completed...
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Your price: $50
Graham
Graham is one of the longest running family owned galleries in the USA. It was established in 1857. It started as a furniture business ran by Samuel Graham...
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Grant's Tomb
The Grant’s Tomb is also known as General Grant National Memorial. It is the memorial and resting place of Ulysses S. Grant and his wife Julia Grant. Ulysses...
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Ground Zero Museum Workshop
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Guggenheim Museum
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Your price: $80
Highline Ballroom
Located in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York. It is a nightclub that can accommodate up to 700 people. It showcases great musical acts in...
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ICP
The International Center of Photography was established in 1974. It is a research center, school and a photography museum. Since its establishment, it...
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Your price: $68
Intrepid Museum
The Intrepid Museum was established in 1982. It is a museum of maritime and military history with an assembly of various museum ships. The museum presents...
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Your price: $122
Irish Arts Center
The Irish Arts Center was established in 1972. This Arts Center is dedicated is dedicated to the cultural heritage and arts of Ireland and the Irish America....
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Irving Plaza
In 1948 its original building was purchased by Polish Army Veterans of America and turned it into Polish-American Community Center. It was thirty years...
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Jazz Standard
The Jazz Standard delivers prestigious music artists that perform the blues, R & B, funk and classic jazz. The club guarantees a warm hospitality, comfortable...
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MAD Museum
The Museum of Arts and Design was established by the American Craft Council and Aileen Osborn Webb. It was initially named Museum of Contemporary Crafts....
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Your price: $78
Madame Tussauds
The Wax museum located at the center of Times Square. The Madame Tussauds in New York have a showcase of 225 waxworks of infamous murderers, sports stars,...
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Your price: $72
Maryland Art Place Inc
Maryland Art Place Inc has a 4 out of 5 rating by 1 reviewer. Find them at 8 Market Pl Ste 100, Baltimore, MD. Call them at (410) 962-8565....
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Merchants House Museum
The Merchants House Museum was previously named as the Old Merchant’s House and was also known as the Seabury Tredwell House. It was originally constructed...
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Your price: $30
Museum for African Art
The Museum for African Art was opened in 1984. It’s devoted to the cultural heritage and arts of Africa. The museum has already produced 60 prestigious...
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Museum of American Finance
The Museum of American Finance was established in 1988 and was previously named as The Museum of American Financial history. It is the only public museum...
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Your price: $36
Museum of Jewish Heritage
The Museum of Jewish Heritage was constructed between 1994 and 1997. It opened on September 15, 1997 and architecturally designed by Kevin Roche. It is...
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Your price: $38
Museum of Sex
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N-Y Historical Society
The New York Historical Society is a museum of American History that was established in 1804, making it the first museum in New York. Its museum and...
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Your price: $98
NBC Studio Tour
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Your price: $48
Neue Galerie
The Neue Galerie was founded in 2001 and is part of the famous New York City’s Museum Mile. It is a museum of Austrian and German Art and design with main...
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Your price: $60
New York Hall of Science
New York Citys hands-on science and technology center....
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Your price: $38
Newark Museum
The Newark Museum was established by Newark Librarian, John Cotton Dana. It is the biggest museum in New Jersey. It showcases great collections of the...
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NYC Fire Museum
The NYC Fire Museum first opened its museum in Long Island City in 1934 and was originally known as the Fire College Museum. Now, the museum building is...
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Your price: $36
NYC Police Museum
The nonprofit corporation of the New York City Police Museum on March 1998. And it publicly opened on April 1999, however the official unveiling was January...
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Your price: $46
Pole Position Raceway
The Pole Position Raceway is a go-kart hub with different branches, and one of them is in New York, Jersey City. It was established by Jason Williams and...
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Prospect Park
The Prospect Park is a public park with 585 acre area situated in Brooklyn borough, New York City. It was Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux who architecturally...
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Queens Museum
The Queens Museum was established in 1972. The museum is housed in the New York City Building which was architecturally designed by Aymar Embury II. The...
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Your price: $40
Radio City
The Radio City is a music hall situated in the Rockefeller Center. And it is also known as the Showplace of the Nation. The interior of the Music Hall...
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Your price: $69.9
Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditorium
Ripley's Believe It or Not! Weird True Facts Blog · Videos & Oddities · Inside Ripley's World · Ripley Publishing · Ripley Entertainment Inc. ...
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Your price: $65.22
Rockefeller Center
The Rockefeller Center is made of 19 commercial buildings and with a total land area of 22 acres. It is named after John D. Rockefeller who developed it...
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Rubin Museum of Art
The Rubin Museum of Art was publicly opened in October 2004. It is devoted to showcasing and preserving Himalayan art and its bordering regions, most especially...
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Your price: $30
South Street Seaport
The South Street Seaport is delegated as a historic landmark. It has some noted historical architecture located in downtown Manhattan, with an abundance...
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South Street Seaport Museum
The South Street Seaport Museum is located near the financial district a historic area in the New York City borough. It’s separately distinguished from...
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Your price: $20
St Patrick's Church
The St Patrick’s Church was publicly opened in 1879. It is popularly known as St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Its design is in Neo-Gothic Style. The Cathedral...
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Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty is a towering sculpture in neoclassical style located on the Liberty Island in New York Harbor. It was designed by the brilliant...
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Studio Museum
The Studio Museum in Harlem was established in 1968 in a rented loft. It is the first contemporary art museum in the USA focusing on African-American Art....
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Your price: $26
The Apollo Theater
The first owner of the Apollo Theater was Sydney Cohen and its architecture was designed by George Keister. The Apollo Theater is the most famous music...
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The Frick Collection
The Frick Collection is an art museum built in 1913-1914. Its architecture was designed by Thomas Hastings. It currently stands on the former Henry Clay...
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Your price: $56
The High Line
The High Line was established in 1999 by the community residents. It is a public park constructed on a section elevated above the Manhattan’s West Side...
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The Morgan Library & Museum
The Morgan Library & Museum was established in 1906 and was designed by Charles McKim. The museum and research library was built as a private library J...
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Your price: $50
The Museum of Modern Art
The Museum of Modern Art was developed mainly by Abby Aldrich Rockefeller and her companions Mary Quinn Sullivan and Lillie P. Bliss. This art museum is...
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Your price: $78
Times Square NYC
The Times Square NYC is previously known as the Longacre Square and was renamed in April 1904. It is a pedestrian intersection located in Midtown Manhattan....
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Top Of The Rock
The Top Of The Rock is one of the great attractions of the Rockefeller Center which is located in the GE Building. It is an observation deck constructed...
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Wave Hill
The Wave Hill is an estate with 28 acres of land area. It is located in the Riverdale neighborhood in Husdon Hill Section of the Bronx in New York City....
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Your price: $28

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