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Spring and autumn are the best, with clear blue skies and a crispness to the air, the leaves in Central Park turning a beautiful golden red by October.ritish Consulate-General: (001 2; gov.uk/en), 845 3rd Avenue, New York Emergency services: dial 911 Tourist office: See nycgo.com, the website of NYC and Company, for extensive information on what’s on in the city and tips on where to go.
Take the free Staten Island Ferry for gorgeous views of Lady Liberty.The Memorial is free to visit; the museum costs $24 per adult but is free Tuesday evenings from 5pm to close.Check out this riveting tour to learn more about the events and heroism of 9/11. The Empire State Building Head to the 86th floor of this towering skyscraper to experience truly jaw-dropping views of Manhattan.We recommend this early access tour or you’ll have to wait in long lines for this ultra-touristy attraction (whatever you do, don’t go on Christmas Eve! The Empire State Building is more than just a great view over NYC; it’s in many ways a symbol of The American Dream. Top of the Rock If you want majestic views of New York City that also include Central Park and The Empire State Building, then consider heading to the Top of the Rock.The observation deck at Rockefeller Center doesn’t see as many visitors as the Empire State Building, and many argue that the views here are even better. The Statue of Liberty Does the Statue of Liberty even need an explanation?Take advantage of all the things to see and do in Central Park.
One of the best ways to soak in the romance and see Central Park’s iconic attractions is with a lovely Pedicab Tour.
Even if you don’t have much time, hop in to check out the impressive Vanderbilt Hall. Washington Square Park It doesn’t get as much press as Central Park, but it is still one of NYC’s most popular places to relax outside.
Washington Square Park is located in Greenwich Village, and is most recognized for its famous arch. New York Public Library I love libraries in general, so naturally the New York Public Library is one of my favorite spots in the city.
Just avoid visiting on the weekends as it gets packed with both locals and tourists alike.
To learn all about this refurbished piece of NYC’s past, try a guided walking tour that packs in the best of both the High Line and lovely Chelsea. The National September 11 Memorial and Museum A visit to the 9/11 Museum and Memorial Plaza is certainly an emotional experience, but one that should not be missed.
Pick up maps, leaflets and other information from the Official Visitor Information Centre (001 2) at 810 7th Avenue, between 52nd and 53rd Street.