Things to Do in NYC

Here are some of the experiences you must not miss while in New York.


New York City is an excellent location that should be visited as often as possible. Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx are just a few of the boroughs that make up the Big Apple also known as the city that never sleeps. New York is a symbol of international fame, with the Empire State Building, Central Park (the world's largest park), the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Broadway's Fifth Avenue, and Yankee Stadium being some of its most recognized and world-renowned structures. New York is a one-of-a-kind city that will capture your heart and keep you captivated long after you’ve left.

Here are some of the experiences you must not miss while in New York.

  1.   Explore Central Park

Central Park is beautiful all year and a must-see for anybody visiting New York. Although nearly everyone enjoys the park, no one has had the same experience or recommends doing the same thing. Among the virtually incalculable number of sites to see, Central Park has 20 playgrounds, 48 fountains, monuments or sculptures, and 36 bridges.

  1.   Take a New York Bus Tour

You can jump on and off at your leisure and tailor your tour of the city on a hop-on and hop-off bus tour. You can stop at over 40 significant areas of interest throughout these loops, including New York icons like the Empire State Building, Times Square, and the world-famous Brooklyn Bridge. You may also take a stroll around Central Park and take in the sights of Museum Mile on the Uptown Loop. The tickets also include a complimentary headset with a pre-recorded audio guide. One of the best ways to embrace the chaotic energy of the city.

  1.   Helicopter Ride over the city

Helicopter Tour will take you on an aerial tour of the Brooklyn Bridge, Hudson River, Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Intrepid Air and Space Museum, and many other sights. Get acquainted with the mesmerizing urban skyline and from high up above, take in the stunning panoramic vistas. Furthermore, with a highly-trained pilot narrating during the tour, you will get to see the best of New York City.

  1.   Guided tour of the Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is the country's most famous landmark, serving as a beacon of hope and freedom. The most hassle-free option to see the historic site is to take a guided tour as visitors might have to wait up to 2 hours to catch the ferry to Liberty Island. Most guided tours also include tickets to the ferry and also a stop-over at Ellis Island on the way.

  1.   Get up to the 86th-floor observatory of the Empire State Building

The 86th Floor Observatory (1,050 feet), the city's highest open-air viewing deck, is what most tourists expect to see when they visit the Empire State Building. The views are breathtaking and awe-inspiring, making your journey worth it. The Empire State Building admission line is normally long and moves slowly, so it is recommended to acquire Empire State Building Skip-the-Line tickets ahead of time to avoid the headache.

  1.   Visit the One World Observatory

This glass tower is a one-of-a-kind structure on the Manhattan skyline, with angles that give it a distinctive appearance. You can save time by purchasing tour tickets ahead of time with a skip-the-line option. The Skypod, which also provides a virtual time-lapse visual experience of how New York City has evolved, will take you to the pinnacle of the Western Hemisphere's tallest tower in less than 47 seconds. Take in the renowned sites, surrounding waters, and panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline and beyond from the observatory.