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Sightseeing in NYC When You’re Pregnant

If you are planning to go sightseeing in NYC before the arrival of the baby, then here are a couple of activities you should definitely consider.

Broadway Show

If you go sightseeing in NYC, make sure to attend a Broadway show. After all, it might be a while until you’ll be able to go to the theater once the baby is born. Broadway shows are absolutely incredible. Plus, there are many you can choose from, ranging from the Lion King to Hamilton and Chicago.

Prenatal Massage

There are plenty of spas in the city of New York that specialize in prenatal massages. Take a break from all the sightseeing in NYC, find yourself a spa, and let the magic happen. Treatments there are specifically tailored to the needs of pregnant women, giving them everything they need.

Take an NYC Bus Tour

By taking advantage of all the available routes, you can sit back and relax and do some sightseeing in NYC. The double decker bus offers the comfort that pregnant women need. Plus, it helps them avoid overexertion. You can choose between two hop on hop off bus tours and three non-stop tours.

Take a Liberty Cruise

Another good way to take it slow while sightseeing in NYC is by taking a Statue of Liberty Cruise. You can sit inside the heated indoor space or sit on the outdoor deck and admire the view from the water. You will get really close to the Statue of Liberty. You’ll also get to see Ellis Island, Governors Island, the Manhattan Bridge, and the Brooklyn Bridge.

Go to a Museum

Once you have children, going to a museum becomes a complicated task. Take advantage of this time while you are sightseeing in NYC to explore some of the city’s best museums. A lot of them are on the Museum Mile next to Central Park. You can get most to most of them from your bus tour. Examples of museums you should explore are the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of the City of New York, and the Guggenheim Museum.