Immerse yourself in New York’s diverse history on sightseeing adventures, ranging from Strawberry Fields – a memorial to The Beatles’ star John Lennon, to the classic skyscrapers and famed museums. Jump right in and take a trip to Bryant Park, view unforgettable scenes at the top of the Empire State Building, or educate yourself on the former World Trade Centre at the life-changing 9/11 Memorial & Museum.
If you’re looking to take a break from the bustling, busy crowds and city skyline, and swap it for a completely green and peaceful space, Battery Park will be the sightseeing adventure of your dreams. Battery Park is a startling 25-acre public park located in New York, being one of many popular parks…READ MORE
The High Line, located in the west of Manhattan is a 1.45-mile-long park which was built atop a historic cargo rail line, saved from demolition by the City of New York, as well as local neighbourhood residents. It then re-opened in 2009 as an elevated public park and green space…READ MORE
Washington Square Park in New York, is a spacious, 9.75-acre public park which sits in the neighbourhood of Greenwich Village – being one (out of an astounding 1,900) of the prime public park spots in New York City. This luscious public park is a famous NYC landmark…READ MORE