Attractions

5th Avenue Shopping
5th Avenue Shopping

The section of Fifth Avenue that runs through Midtown Manhattan...

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9/11 Memorial & Museum
9/11 Memorial & Museum

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum are the principal...

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Aladdin Billboard in Times Square
Aladdin on Broadway

In Aladdin Broadway, adapted from the Disney film and centuries-old...

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The Theater of Anastasia on Broadway
Anastasia on Broadway

The Anastasia musical is based on the two 20th Century...

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Apollo Theater
Apollo Theater

Harlem’s famous Apollo Theater located at 253 W. 125th St....

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Barclays Center
Barclays Center

The Barclays Center Brooklyn is a multi-purpose indoor arena in...

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Battery Park
Battery Park

Located at the southern tip of Manhattan with ready access...

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Bloomingdale's at Lexington Avenue
Bloomingdale's

It all started in 1861 when brothers Joseph and Lyman...

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Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum

The Brooklyn Museum is one of New York City’s premier...

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Carnegie Hall at Night
Carnegie Hall

The city has an abundance of concert halls, but none...

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Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Cathedral of St. John the Divine

A Gothic Revival landmark, the Cathedral of St John the...

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A Boy Hanging out in Central Park Zoo
Central Park Zoo

Animal lovers of all ages won’t want to miss the...

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Chinatown
Chinatown

With one of the densest populations of Chinese immigrants in...

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Conservatory Garden
Conservatory Garden

The six-acre Conservatory Garden is Central Park's only formal garden....

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Dangerfield's Comedy Club
Dangerfield's Comedy Club

Dangerfield's is a New York comedy club that was opened...

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Empire State Building
Empire State Building

The Empire State Building is one of the most well-known...

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Flatiron Building New York City
Flatiron Building

Located at the intersection of Broadway and 5th Ave., the...

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Gossip Girl Sites Tour
Gossip Girl Sites Tour

Hop on the Gossip Girl Sites Tour to explore great...

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Grant's Tomb
Grant's Tomb

Grant's Tomb NYC, stands as a tribute to Ulysses S....

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Ground Zero Museum Workshop
Ground Zero Museum Workshop

MESSAGE FROM GARY MARLON SUSON MUSEUM DIRECTOR & FOUNDER Ground...

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Guggenheim Museum

Located on Fifth Avenue and East 89th Street and housed...

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Korea Town
Korea Town

Korea Town Koreatown New York is just a few Midtown...

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Little Italy
Little Italy

When Italian immigrants moved to Little Italy New York in...

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Macy's
Macy's

They say everything’s bigger in Texas but some things in...

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Madame Tussauds at 42nd Street
Madame Tussauds

If you’re looking for a world-class wax museum, NYC is...

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Madison Square Garden
Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden, often called simply "The Garden", is a...

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Morningside Park
Morningside Park

With its convenient location in the heart of Northern Manhattan,...

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Museum of Modern Art
Museum of Modern Art

Forever at the forefront, the Museum of Modern Art New...

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Museum of Natural History
Museum of Natural History

Awe and marvel at one of the largest and most...

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Museum of the City of NY
Museum of the City of NY

The Museum of the City of New York located at...

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New York Historical Society Museum & Library
New York Historical Society Museum & Library

The New York Historical Society Museum in NYC, at the...

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New York Times Building
New York Times Building

On Sept. 18, 1851, what would become The New York...

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One World Trade Center
One World Trade Center

This 104-story, the 1,776-foot-tall building is the Western hemisphere’s tallest...

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Real Housewives Tour
Real Housewives Tour

Take a ride on the official The Real Housewives of...

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Restaurant Row
Restaurant Row

Restaurant Row is an authentic Times Square and New York...

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Restaurant Row
Restaurant Row

Restaurant Row Located in the heart of the Theatre District,...

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Ripley's Believe it or Not!
Ripley's Believe it or Not!

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is adjacent to Madame Tussauds...

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Riverside Church
Riverside Church

The Riverside Church NYC is situated at one of the...

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Rockefeller Center
Rockefeller Center

The iconic Rockefeller Center dates back to 1930, when John...

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Sakura Park
Sakura Park

In 1912, more than 2,000 cherry trees were brought to...

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September 11th Tribute Center
September 11th Tribute Center

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum are the principal...

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Soho
Soho

SoHo, sometimes written Soho, is a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan,...

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St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Patrick's Cathedral

The story of New York’s great Cathedral mirrors the story...

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Strawberry Fields
Strawberry Fields

Located near Central Park West between 71st and 74th Streets,...

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The Apple Store at 5th Ave
The Apple Store

Apple Inc. has grown exponentially since its founders, Steve Jobs...

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Theater District
Theater District

With more than a hundred curtains going up every night...

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Wall Street Charging Bull
The Charging Bull

The most iconic sightseeing attraction in the financial district is...

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The Dakota
The Dakota

A few quirky facts about the building: It has no...

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The High Line
The High Line

What is the High Line anyway? A revitalized piece of...

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Located on the border of Central Park on Museum Mile,...

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The Plaza Hotel
The Plaza Hotel

A cultural oasis amid a bustling metropolis, The Plaza Hotel...

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New York Stock Exchange
The Stock Exchange

The building that put the “finance” in the Financial District...

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The Studio Museum in Harlem
The Studio Museum in Harlem

The Studio Museum’s building at 144 W. 125th Street is...

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Times Square
Times Square

Flashing neon lights and giant digital billboards. Brilliant Broadway marquees....

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Time Warner Center
Time Warner Center

The Time Warner Center NYC is located in the heart...

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TKTS Booth
TKTS Booth

Find a TKTS Booth for Discount Broadway Tickets Broadway shows...

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Union Square
Union Square

Union Square, a name shared by a busy park and...

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Washington Square Park
Washington Square Park

Pass beneath the Washington Arch—the giant structure marking the Fifth...

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a Double Decker Bus Near to Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium

Who is the winningest team in Major League Baseball? It’s...

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The Best Attractions in NYC

It's impossible to be bored when visiting New York City. The true challenge is fitting in all of the best sightseeing in NYC in one trip. The choices are overwhelming, so we've narrowed down our picks for the top NYC attractions to help you get started. But of course, with our double-decker bus tours, you don't have to pick just one: You can see all of the city's notable sights at a great price.

5th Ave. Shopping

Heaven for shopaholics, 5th Ave. is home to some of the most prestigious shops in the world, including Tiffany & Co., Valentino, Bergdorf Goodman, and Louis Vuitton. But that's not all you'll find. The combination of museums, architecture, parks, and landmarks make 5th Ave. one of the best Midtown Manhattan attractions.

9/11 Memorial and Museum

Th 9/11 Memorial and Museum is one of the most moving and powerful sites in the city. Those who want to pay their respects and learn more about this historic event should make sure they add this to their itinerary.

Apollo Theater

Visit Harlem's legendary music hall for a tour and see where famous names such as Ella Fitzgerald, James Brown, Gladys Knight, Sammy Davis Jr., and Lauren Hill got their start. If you visit on a Wednesday, make sure you stick around for the Amateur Night performance.

Battery Park

Battery Park is one of the most scenic attractions around New York. You can take a stroll and enjoy an iconic view of the Statue of Liberty at this park on the southern tip of Manhattan.

Brooklyn Museum

This is the third largest museum in the city, and it's home to a huge collection featuring Egyptian, European, African, Japanese, and American artwork. The Brooklyn Museum collection includes works from famous artists like Mark Rothko, Edward Hopper, Norman Rockwell, Winslow Homer, and Georgia O'Keefe.

Carnegie Hall

Come view the amazing architecture at this world-renowned concert venue that's one of the most famous Midtown Manhattan attractions. The historic hall has played host to famous names including Duke Ellington, Dave Brubeck, Judy Garland, Nina Simone, Benny Goodman, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Tours are available from October through June, but make sure you call ahead for availability, as tour times must be arranged around concert and rehearsal schedules.

Central Park Zoo

There's no doubt that th Central Park Zoo is one of the top NYC attractions. People of all ages enjoy visiting to see the huge variety of animals, and there are plenty of fun activities for kids and adults alike, such as a 4D theater and penguin feeding time.

These are just a few of our favorite attractions around New York, but there are so many more. Explore some of the other sights listed here to find which ones you want to see the most, then purchase tickets for our bus tours so you can make sure that you don't miss out on the best sightseeing in NYC. With our tours, all that the city has to offer is at your fingertips!