Posts Tagged: New York City Attractions

Tenement Museum in New York City

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The Tenement Museum, located at 97 Orchard Street, is a must see for anyone visiting the Lower East Side.  Built in 1863, this tenement style apartment building served as a residence for approximately 7,000 immigrants from the time it was built all the way into the 1930’s. In an effort to preserve the history of […]

9/11 Memorial and Museum at Ground Zero

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In this post, we detail how to visit the National September 11th Memorial, also known as the 9/11 Memorial, World Trade Center Memorial, the Ground Zero Memorial, or the Twin Towers Memorial.  It is free to visit the memorial and you do not need tickets.  Tickets to the Museum and One World Observatory are required […]

A Review of Carnegie Hall Tours

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This post is a review of Carnegie Hall Tours, what to expect, how to get a discount and much more.  One of the world’s most famous music venues, Carnegie Hall has been the showcase for legendary performers from around the world since its opening in 1891. And it is open to the public. Where is […]

Things to do with Kids in New York City [2017]

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This post contains our kid-approved 3-day itinerary that will keep the whole family entertained. Because some of the most popular attractions among the young ones (and adults too) are a bit pricey, we include tips and advice on how to get discounts or even pay nothing at all!  Many of our pay-what-you-wish tours are suitable for children, […]

Washington Square Park

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This park may be on the small side, at 9.75 acres, but it is one of the most easily recognizable spots in all of New York City.  The park is often bustling with both locals and tourists, and it is located right in the heart of one of New York’s great neighborhoods, Greenwich Village. Pay […]

Trinity Church New York Self-Guided Tour

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SELF-GUIDED TOUR OF TRINITY CHURCH Visiting Trinity Church You can visit the church during opening hours, but of course please be quiet and respectful, especially when worship is occurring. For information on worship services and music events. Additionally, a small museum presents exhibits on the church’s history and its relationship to the city. Open Mon-Fri 9 am […]

Federal Hall National Memorial NYC

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Federal Hall NYC

The corner of Wall Street and Nassau street has been the site of government activity and played a prominent place in American history for more than 300 years. So many significant events of early America occurred at the buildings that have stood at this location including the first stirrings of pre-Revolution discontent and the post-Revolution […]

Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Tour

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The Statue of Liberty is one of the most iconic images of freedom. Considered by many to be the eighth wonder of the world, the statue is a modern marvel and engineering feat. In case you haven’t noticed, she’s also amazingly beautiful. On this tour, you will discover the historical importance of Liberty Enlightening the World, as she’s […]

27 Things to Do in Central Park

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Things to Do in Central Park

This post covers things to do and see in Central Park.  While we offer many different guided Central Park tours, we know that many travelers prefer to explore on their own at their own pace. This self-guided tour and list of things to do in Central Park will help you make the most of your […]