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Blog: New-York-Attractions

Discover Times Square in New York

March 15, 2018

Times Square New York City is a historical icon in America. What more needs to be said about to make a visit to Times Square more enticing? Times Square is located between West 42nd Street and West 47th Street, and is known for being one of the biggest entertainment centers in New York. Built between 7th Avenue and Broadway, Times Square has become a great tourist attraction due to the large digital billboards and the vast amounts of people who pass this commercial intersection. About Times Squ...

Explore Central Park NY

February 15, 2018

Central Park is the most popular urban park in the country. Around forty million visitors set foot in the park every year. Spanning approximately eight hundred and forty-three acres, Central Park is a major landmark in the city of New York. Located in Manhattan, the park is bordered by 110th Street, Eighth Avenue, 59th Street and Fifth Avenue. The park has attained global popularity over the decades, primarily because of the various movies and television shows that have been filmed her...

Discover NYC’s Metropolitan Museum of Art

November 15, 2017

New York City is one of the top tourist destinations in The Word. New York City is known for many attractions from some of the worlds famous skyscrapers, grand monuments, the World Trade Center, Times Square, the headquarters of the United Nations, The Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, and the list goes on. NYC is the epicenter of trade, finance, entertainment, and culture in America. There are several of the most renowned museums that you must include in your list of attract...

Visit the Empire State Building

October 15, 2017

The Empire State Building is an iconic and historic 102-story Art Deco skyscraper on Fifth Avenue between West 33rd and 34th Streets in Midtown Manhattan. This world-famous skyscraper is recognizable from afar and attracts 4 million visitors every year. The Empire State Building began construction during the Great Depression in 1930 and topped out in just fifteen months on April 11, 1931. This incredible feat of engineering pushed boundaries and amounted to be the tallest building in The World f...