There’s so much to do in New York that it’s almost impossible to see it all in one all-round trip. If you’re visiting for the first time, make sure you visit the top attractions in New York with your esta visa. Find out the top 10 things to do below to ensure you don’t miss out on some of the world most iconic attractions!
- Take a stroll around Central Park
Since 1962, Central Park has been a National Historic Landmark that has attracted visitors from across the world. Designed by landscape architect and writer Frederick Law Olmsted in 1858, the park attracted more than 52.7million visitors in 2012 alone.
- Remember those involved in 9/11
The National 9/11 Memorial and Medium tickets are available to buy up to six months in advance. The two man-made waterfalls and reflective pools, measuring a little more than an acre, are based on the Twin Towers that were attacked in 2001.
- Cherish art from around the world
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is New York City’s most popular museum and attraction. Get to personally see over 5,000 years old pieces of art collected from around the world.
- Go to new heights
The Top of the Rock Observation Desk is among the most amazing attractions in New York. Located between the 67th and 69th floors of Rockefeller Plaza, the Top of the Rock Observation Deck is not for those that suffer from acrophobia (vertigo).
- Visit the Empire State Building
The world-famous Empire State Building is an unmissable attraction on Fifth Avenue, New York. Home to two of the highest viewing point found in New York City, enjoy the view of Midtown Manhattan at 1,454 feet for as little as $34. The 102-story skyscraper is definitely not for the faint-hearted. If you prefer your feet to be firmly on the ground, visit one of the most famous churches in America, St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
- One World Observatory
There’s only one way to experience the sights of New York. Located between the 100th and 102nd floor of One World Trade Center, the view of the city is a joy to behold from above. Ride in the Sky Pod elevator to the top and watch more than 500 years of the evolution of New York in less than 60 seconds.
- Explore the Grand Central Terminal
Named as the most extraordinary space open to the public in New York City, the Grand Central Terminal is one of the busiest train stations in the world. Its rich history attracts more than 750,000 a day, including commuters and tourists from across the globe.
- Visit the Rockefeller Center
The Rockefeller Centre is another historic landmark found in the heart of Manhattan. Shop and dine at one of New York’s most iconic locations and explore all there is to do. From touring Radio City Music Hall to skating on the rink, the opportunities are endless!
- Embark on a “New York in One Day” guided tour
Get to see the best attractions in New York in less than 5 hours on a guided tour. Leave the hours of walking behind and embark on a journey across the New York’s water on a sightseeing boat tour.
- Tour the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
Check the Statue of Liberty off your bucket list by joining a 4-hour guided tour to visit the popular attraction, the Statue of Liberty and the grounds of Ellis Island at the same time!