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Midtown
12 reviews
A little known disaster that tested the Empire State Building's structural integrity.  — Atlas Obscura
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Upper East Side
14 reviews
The opulent residence that houses a private collection of great masters (from the 14th through the 19th centuries) was originally built for industrialist Henry Clay Frick. — Time Out
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Central Park
12 reviews
Manhattan's beloved backyard, this 843-acre haven of greenery, light and air draws millions each year, residents and visitors alike. — Michelin Guide
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Liberty Island
11 reviews
For millions of immigrants, the first glimpse of America was the Statue of Liberty, growing from a vaguely defined figure on the horizon into a towering, stately colossus. — Fodor's
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Upper East Side
12 reviews
In 1943 art patrons Solomon R. Guggenheim and his wife, Irene Rothschild, commissioned architect Frank Lloyd Wright to design a permanent home for their collection of modern art. — Michelin Guide
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Prospect Park
12 reviews
Wander along Brooklyn's Washington Avenue, and you can't avoid stumbling upon this verdant 52-acre park — U.S. News & World Report
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Lower East Side
10 reviews
This fascinating museum—actually a series of restored tenement apartments at 97 Orchard Street—is accessible only by guided tour. — Time Out
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Midtown
12 reviews
This is where you’ll find van Gogh’s Starry Night, Cezanne’s Bather, Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, and the great sculpture by Rodin, Monument to Balzac. — Frommer's
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Greenwich Village
13 reviews
Designed by architect Renzo Piano, the museum’s building in the Meatpacking District and on the shore of the Hudson River, contains more than 50,000 square feet of indoor galleries. — Where
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Upper Manhattan (Uptown)
13 reviews
Set within lush Fort Tryon Park in Upper Manhattan, the Cloisters museum and garden offers visitors an in-depth look at European medieval art, architecture, and culture. — Travel + Leisure
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Upper West Side
12 reviews
No child—or adult for that matter—who has strolled under the enormous blue whale has ever forgotten this cavernous museum on the Upper West Side. — Condé Nast Traveler
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The Bronx
12 reviews
Set in 250 acres of Bronx Park and inspired by London’s Royal Botanic Gardens, New York’s largest public garden is a living museum of the natural world — The Telegraph
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10 reviews
A New York icon, the Brooklyn Bridge was the world’s first steel suspension bridge. — Lonely Planet
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Prospect Park
9 reviews
Breathtakingly beautiful building, excellent collection. — Not For Tourists
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Midtown
12 reviews
Its concourse soaring the equivalent of nine stories to a vaulted ceiling on which the signs of the zodiac are created from 59 fiber-optic lights and 2,500 painted stars. — Frommer's
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Ellis Island
9 reviews
Roughly 12 million immigrants passed through this island as they entered America from the late 1800s through the mid-1950s, sometimes at the rate of thousands a day. — Concierge
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Upper East Side
11 reviews
You could spend weeks here admiring the collections. — Concierge
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Midtown
12 reviews
This highly regarded institution houses an outstanding collection containing some 350,000 works: rare books, manuscripts, drawings, prints and artworks assembled by J. Pierpont Morgan. — Michelin Guide
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Greenwich Village
10 reviews
As one of the more lively parks in the city, Washington Square Park provides more than its fair share of entertainment to visitors strolling through the square. — Travel + Leisure
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Upper Manhattan (Uptown)
11 reviews
The massive Neo-Gothic cathedral of St John the Divine, seat of the episcopal diocese of New York, is reputedly the largest cathedral in the world — Michelin Guide
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