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The High Line
9
Greenwich Village
14 reviews
The High Line is brilliantly executed, hugely popular, and has become an instant must-see. — Concierge
The National 9/11 Memorial & Museum
9
Financial District
12 reviews
The focal point of the National September 11 Memorial is Reflecting Absence, two imposing reflecting pools that occupy the very footprints of the ill-fated twin towers — Lonely Planet
Empire State Building
9
Midtown
12 reviews
Remains one of the city's most beautiful—and popular—attractions, with thousands of people visiting every day. — Condé Nast Traveler
Central Park
9
Central Park
12 reviews
Located in the middle of the city’s densest borough, Central Park feels like a natural haven. — Condé Nast Traveler
Frick Collection
9
Upper East Side
14 reviews
Bowl in splendor, if you're lucky.  — Atlas Obscura
American Museum of Natural History
9
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
Grand Central Terminal
9
Midtown
13 reviews
The restoration of this beautiful Beaux-Arts behemoth in the late 1990's has created the perfect place to enjoy a drink or dinner while watching commuters race for their trains. — Travel + Leisure
Statue of Liberty
9
Liberty Island
11 reviews
Lady Liberty's first beacon of enlightenment is now displayed in a museum near the statue.  — Atlas Obscura
New York Botanical Garden
8
The Bronx
12 reviews
A National Historic Landmark, the 250-acre New York Botanical Garden was founded in 1891 and today is one of America’s foremost public gardens. — Frommer's
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
8
Upper East Side
12 reviews
It's been called a bun, a snail, a concrete tornado, and even a giant wedding cake; bring your kids, and they'll probably see it as New York's coolest opportunity for skateboarding. — Frommer's
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
8
Prospect Park
12 reviews
Those searching for a little peace and quiet would do well to spend a few hours at this verdant oasis. — Time Out
Brooklyn Bridge Park
8
Brooklyn Heights
11 reviews
The project has transformed a chunk of the Brooklyn waterfront into an 85-acre expanse; several sections house unique attractions such as Jane’s Carousel, a restored 1920s merry-go-round, and others. — Time Out
Bronx Zoo
8
The Bronx
12 reviews
It’s a jungle out there they say, and up here in The Bronx it really is. Bison, tigers, pandas, elephants, lemurs, leopards, African wild dogs, weird frogs. — The Telegraph
Hudson River Park
8
TriBeCa
10 reviews
Covering 550 acres, and running from Battery Park at Manhattan's southern tip to 59th St in Midtown, the Hudson River Park is Manhattan's wondrous backyard. — Lonely Planet
Tenement Museum
8
Lower East Side
10 reviews
Searching for a place to house a museum honoring American immigrants, Ruth Abram unearthed 97 Orchard Street. — Travel + Leisure
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
8
Midtown
12 reviews
You don't have to be an art lover to appreciate the Museum of Modern Art; this airy midtown gallery also doubles as a shrine of pop culture and 20th century history — U.S. News & World Report
Whitney Museum of American Art
8
Greenwich Village
13 reviews
The collection of American art shows the best of best. The Felix Gonzales-Torres light bulb piece subverts past many visitors in its hallway display. — On the Grid
The Met Cloisters
8
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
Brooklyn Bridge
8
10 reviews
A New York icon, the Brooklyn Bridge was the world’s first steel suspension bridge. — Lonely Planet
Brooklyn Museum
8
Prospect Park
10 reviews
This Beaux Arts building houses the second-largest permanent collection in the city, with more than a million objects. — Concierge
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