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Sights, New York

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.

9/11 Memorial

History and culture buffs should certainly book a 9/11 Memorial Ground Zero tour on their trip over to New York, to learn more about the history of this day and how it has shaped America. Despite the sad events which took place on September 11th…

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American Museum Of Natural History

The American Museum of Natural History is the perfect New York sightseeing spot for avid history and culture buffs, who are looking to immerse themselves fully into America’s past and present artefacts, astronomy, animals, wildlife and more.

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Battery Park

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…

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Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge offers tourists the full New York City experience, especially those fascinated with sightseeing adventures. It is a focal point for those travelling to New York, thanks to the remarkable history attached to it, being the bridge…

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Empire State Building

The Empire State Building offers travellers perfect panoramic views of New York’s glittering skyline from its mesmerising Observation Deck. Not forgetting its lavish interiors, presenting a truly exquisite, all-round experience.

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Grand Central Station

If stripped back, Grand Central Station could be seen as merely a commuter rail terminal, connecting the people of New York city to different locations both inside and outside of Manhattan. However, in reality, this popular New York…

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Liberty Island

Liberty Island is world-famous, homing the impressive and colossal Statue of Liberty, which stands proud amongst the majestic surrounding waters of the Upper New York Bay. The Statue of Liberty was built to commemorate the…

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Lower East Side

The Lower East Side of Manhattan is brimming with history and culture, bustling bars and a chic, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Winding alleyways lead to upscale New York apartments…

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New York Botanical Garden

Admire the luscious fauna and flora at the wondrous spot that is, New York Botanical Garden. This marvellous botanical garden sits in the Southern Boulevard – The Bronx, and features over one million plants, across 250 acres of luscious land.

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One World Trade Center

In 2014, the One World Trade Centre opened its doors again, being rebuilt after it was destroyed back in 2001 amidst the events of 9/11, only taking five years in total to complete, which is pretty impressive in itself. The One World Trade Centre is a stark tower…

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The High Line

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…

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The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, also coined as “The Met” is the most visited museum and sightseeing attraction in New York, thanks to the abundance of art featured here, from across the globe. Large pieces of some of the…

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The New York Hall of Science

The New York Hall of Science (also known as NYSCI), is a world-famous science museum located in Corona Park. NYSCI isn’t like most other science museums; it’s full of fun, filled with interactive exhibits that kids love to play and engage with.

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Times Square

Times Square is the pinnacle of a New York holiday. Technically, Times Square doesn’t actually form into a square. Instead, it is comprised of four fantastic quarters, starting at 7th Avenue, then leading onto where Broadway crosses in Midtown Manhattan.

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Washington Square Park

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…

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