10 Landmarks You Can’t Miss on Your Next New York Trip
There are almost too many landmarks in New York to visit. The problem isn’t where to visit – it’s where to start! Whether it’s your first time visiting NYC or you’re a regular, here are the top spots you can’t miss on your next visit.
Empire State Building
Take a visit to see the second tallest skyscraper in the Big Apple. Did you know that it has over 70 elevators?
The Brooklyn Bridge
If you haven’t seen the Brooklyn Bridge at night, this should be your next stop! The lights gleaming off the water are quintessential New York.
There is nothing like taking a walk through Central Park in the winter, bundled up with loved ones. For a festive winter experience, grab some hot cocoa and watch people ice skate at Wollman Rink.
The High Line
Above Manhattan’s West Side and built on a rail line system, The High Line is an awesome park to visit. The worlds of nature and art diverge in this public park.
The Wall Street Charging Bull
The ‘Bowling Green Bull’ is made of bronze and symbolizes the strength of all American people.
9/11 Memorial Museum
Remember and honor this historical moment by visiting the museum and learning about the history of the Twin Towers as well as the World Trade Center.
The Chrysler Building
If you’re looking for a skyscraper, make sure to visit the Chrysler Building. It holds the record for the tallest brick building in the world.
Madison Square Garden
It’s one of the biggest arenas in the world. It’s used for sports teams and also is used as a music venue.
Nothing represents New York better than the dazzling Times Square. The billboards, lights and characters abound. Fun fact – it was originally called ‘Longacre Square.’
The Statue of Liberty
No list of New York landmarks would be complete without mentioning Lady Liberty! Symbolizing entry into NYC, the figure is quintessential in representing the city.
Now that you know the top New York City landmarks you can’t miss, why not make a plan for seeing them? Booking a helicopter tour makes for a safe, private way to see all these landmarks.