100 Things to do in New York
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Gardens is a great space for sporting events and concerts. Both
the New York Knicks and Rangers call Madison Square Gardens home.
You can tour this magnificent place daily.
The All Access
Tour is your ticket to go behind the scenes at “The World’s
Most Famous Arena”. With over 600 events every year, there’s
always something to see. Visit the team locker rooms and experience
the world of pro athletes and sports journalists. Learn how a basketball
court becomes a sheet of ice. Explore 125 years of history of the
garden where legends have been made—from athletes, to artists,
New York Pass gets you in for free
of the Moving Image
favorite TV show from your childhood? Perhaps it was the show you
used to watch when you had free evenings in which to watch shows.
Well you can probably find an episode at the Museum of the Moving
98 (72) Riverbank
State Park is a park is possessed with a multitude of things to
do. Upper West Side joggers, rollerbladers and dog owners love this
28 acre landscaped park that nestles besides the Hudson River. Take
your camera for a walk along the pedestrian esplanade rises high
above the Hudson River. Apart from the river you can see New Jersey
Palisades and lower Manhattan.
your eyeballs settle down your stomach on one of the grassy picnic
areas or perhaps go for a swim first in one of the indoor and outdoor
Olympic-sized swimming pools. You could even have a game tennis
or basketball or alternatively head for the softball field or outdoor
If you aren't
feeling that energetic you can exercise your brain by examining
the 9 ton granite tomb of General Grant, the Civil War Soldiers'
and Sailors' Monument and a statue of Eleanor Roosevelt.
If all that
isn't enough there is a 400 seat amphitheater to admire, a cultural
theater to visit and restaurant if you forgot to bring any food.
The kids aren't forgotten either with a playground area facing the
(not) the park is very popular so you might want to arrive early.
99 Carl Schurz
of the East River. It is a pleasant green space and popular with
New Yorkers. The mayor of New York lives in the park...albeit in
Gracie Mansion. Take a walk along the promenade by the water and
in the gardens, which are simply gorgeous in the warmer months.
Park offer many twisting lanes and lawns to enjoy. For the energetic
there is a a basketball court and a playground for little people
with energy to burn. The park also has a water sprinkler to cool
them off in summer.
100 (77) Half-court
at the NBA Store
You have got
to have a shot at this. I don’t know why this isn’t
more common. Sure there’s a space issue, sure it probably
doesn’t sell any more product but it should be a consumer’s
right to try before you decide not to buy. What better way than
to have a game. Sport stores around world rise to the NBA challenge.
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