5 Things to do in New York - More and Links
to do in New York?
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Central Park is big. You could walk for over 50 miles the still
leave many a path untrod. Alternatively, just relax on one of Central
Park’s 9,000 benches which give testament to the multitude
of the Park’s resident and migratory birds (285 species no
(3) Top of the Rock
on top of NYC and soak up a view like no other.
(4) Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island
The Statue of
Liberty's real name is Liberty Enlightening the World. Clearly,
too much of a mouth full, does not work well at parties that kind
of thing, so she became the Statue of Liberty we know and love.
(-) Metropolitan Museum of Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art ("the Met") is one of the largest
art museums in the world exhibiting art from all over the world.
The Met was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1986.
Met resides on the eastern edge of Central Park along ‘Museum
Mile’ The Met embodies:
• American Decorative Arts
• American Paintings and Sculpture
• Ancient Near Eastern Art
• Arms and Armor
• Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas
• Asian Art
• The Costume Institute
• Drawings and Prints
• Egyptian Art
• European Paintings
• European Sculpture and Decorative Arts
• Greek and Roman Art
• Islamic Art
• Robert Lehman Collection
• The Libraries
• Medieval Art (at the Cloisters building)
can enjoy drinks and the Roof Garden’s spectacular skyline
views (May–October) whilst you reflect upon what you have
seen. On Friday and Saturday evenings you can also enjoy live music
at the Balcony Bar.
(-) On Broadway
itself is, unsurprisingly, is a wide theatrical avenue in New York
City, which offers the visitors pleasurable enlightenment of money
experiences through a variety of souvenirs and memorabilia opportunities.
As with Times Square. Go with the flow.
Shows (usually a play or musical) are said to represent the very
highest level of commercial theatre in the world.