Activities

Statue of Liberty

In the late 1800s the people of France paid $250,000 to create the Statue of Liberty for the United States as a way to commemorate…

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Art enthusiasts travel to The Metropolitan Museum of Art (the Met) to see extensive collections curated from around the world. At this location, visitors can…

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The Wall Street Experience

The Wall Street Experience takes visitors on a walking tour to learn about the history of the area. Learn about its early days as a…

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Times Square

Get to know the area rich in history, entertainment, and diversity. Broadway theaters thrill tourists and locals!  The lights turn up the excitement at night. …

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Rockefeller Center

Do you want to get an unforgettable view of New York City’s skyline? Then travel to the top of Rockefeller Center.  The attraction known as…

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Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall is the beating heart of Rockefeller Center. It was built to be what it still is today:  a concert venue that…

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Central Park

Situated on 843 acres, Central Park is the United States’ first public park. Since 1858, the park has been a place for visitors to socialize,…

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Central Park

Empire State Building

In 1930, construction began on the Empire State Building (ESB). At a rate of four-and-a-half stories a week, ESB’s construction lasted a little over a…

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National Museum of the American Indian

In 1994, the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House became home to a museum that is part of the Smithsonian Institution. Also known as the George…

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Ambassador Theatre

When the Shubert brothers built the Ambassador Theatre in 1921, they had no idea that their stage would host the number-one longest-running musical in Broadway…

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