Best Tourist Places In New York City

Best Tourist Places In New York City. Based On Hotels, Nightlife, Art & Cultures, Restaurant, Sightseeing, Sport And Shopping.

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Chinatown Alleyways

Chinatown Alleyways

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The 41 notable rear entryways stuffed into Chinatown’s 22 squares have seen everything since 1849: dashes for unheard-of wealth [...]

Arthur Avenue Retail Market

Arthur Avenue Retail Market

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For a real cut of Italian-American vita (life), plunge into this hearty indoor market, where talk cherishing sellers beat [...]

Bronx Museum

Bronx Museum

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Culture vultures will appreciate the Bronx Museum for its first-rate shows of contemporary and twentieth-century craftsmanship. The Bronx Museum [...]

Chanin Building

Chanin Building

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Cherished workmanship deco grabbed hold during the 1930s as modelers got some distance from history, making one of a [...]

Museum of Sex

Museum of Sex

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Get the lowdown on anything from online obsessions to stag movies to gay necrophilia in the mallard duck at [...]

Great Lawn

Great Lawn

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Situated somewhere in the range of 79th and 85th Sts, this enormous emerald cover at the focal point of [...]

Hearst Tower

Hearst Tower

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This 46-story tower is one of NYC’s most inventive works of contemporary design, also one of its greenest; around [...]

huntington library

Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens

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One of the most magnificent, helpful spots in LA, the Huntington is appropriately a feature of any excursion to [...]

East River State Park

East River State Park

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This 7-section of land waterfront park is a cut of greenery with magnificent perspectives on Manhattan and cobbled remnants [...]

Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn Public Library

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With a column flanked gateway spotted with workmanship deco specifying, Brooklyn’s principle library infers an old Egyptian sanctuary. Investigate [...]