Top 55 Things to do in New York and Useful Links
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51 (62) St Bartholomew's
Church (St Bart's)
With it pink
tinged brick, gold domed and Romanesque terraced entrance St Bart's'
is much loved by the locals and not only for its popular concerts.
St Bart's brings a touch of color to Park Avenue and brightens the
lives of its visitors.
You can tour
the ‘spectacular sacred space’ that is St. Bartholomew’s
after the 11a.m. service every Sunday at around 12:15 p.m.
52 (63) General
Building is a delight to behold with its chrome and marble lobby
and a sparky radio waves top. The lighten bolt radio wave crown
is light up at night like a giant torch. The glazed tan brick General
Electric Building has rose-colored granite on its base if you manage
to take your eyes off of the roof.
to St Bart's the General Electric Building was designed to both
blend and contrast with the Church. You can get a view of both impressive
buildings from corner of Park and 50th.
(20) Museum of Sex
age old question - do you think it's sexy?
54 (24) Brooklyn
Botanic Garden and The Brooklyn Museum of Art
The 52 acre
Brooklyn Botanic Garden includes a number of different gardens types,
three ‘climate-themed plant pavilions’, an aquatic house
and even an art gallery.
patronage of 100’s of thousands of visitors each year the
Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) still provides relaxing break. You
should find that the greenhouse is free on Tuesdays and even for
a couple of hours on Saturday mornings.
Botanic Garden is "Where plants come to life" so don't
go alone :)
As well as
a chance to observe the nature of the Henry Luce Nature Observatory
at Belevedere Castle there is also a chance you might observe a
hawk, kestrel and/or an osprey and few bird watchers.