Central ParkIn the heart of Manhattan, Central Park attracts millions of visitors each year and spans 843 acres of lawns, woodlands and water bodies. Tour the Harlem Meer and the Conservatory Garden, see Seneca Village and the Belvedere Castle on Vista Rock, and journey through the park's waterways and vistas. Play baseball, ride bikes, bird watch, or sit back and enjoy the scenery. Central Park is bounded by 59th Street, 110th Street, Central Park West and Fifth Avenue.
Central Park Conservancy
14 E. 60th Street
New York, NY 10022
Empire State BuildingSince construction began on the Empire State Building in 1930, the building has been a staple in U.S. history. It has been an official national historic landmark since 1986. A popular destination for tourists, the Empire State Building is 1,453 feet tall and has 102 floors. On a clear day, visitors can see up to 80 miles in the distance. The Empire State Building is at Fifth Avenue and 34th Street.
Empire State Building
350 Fifth Ave
New York, NY 10118
Statue of LibertyDesignated as a national monument in 1924, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are must-see stops for New York City tourists from around the globe. Ferries to the islands depart from New Jersey and New York, and Statue Cruises offers official tours of Liberty Island and Ellis Island.
Statue of Liberty National Monument
New York, NY 10004
Times SquareOne of the most concentrated marketplaces in New York City, Times Square is located around 42nd Street on Manhattan's West Side. Its first-class lodging, five-star dining, shopping and entertainment offer something for everyone. First-time visitors can stop by the Times Square Visitor Center at the Embassy Movie Theatre, on Seventh Avenue between 46th and 47th Streets, to sign up for sightseeing tours, buy Broadway show tickets, or get brochures on other popular things to do in New York City.
Times Square Alliance
New York, NY 10036