There’s so many iconic spots to see in Central Park, which is why biking around is a great way to explore the park. Click below to read about all the spots you can't miss.
The bridge spans one mile and takes about 15-20 minutes to walk across, but you should allocate more time because you’ll want to take photos. Learn the 12 most interesting facts about the bridge below.
One of the best things to do in NYC is visit Washington Square Arch! It was built to commemorate the centennial of George Washington’s inauguration.
DUMBO stands for Down Under the Brooklyn Bridge Overpass. Tip: If you’d like a photo from the iconic Brooklyn Bridge spot, head to the cross section between Washington Street and Front Street.
Imagine long city blocks peppered with trendy shops, cute cafes and famous restaurants.Spend time window shopping, perusing galleries or absorbing the historic architecture in this (very expensive) neighborhood.
Most evenings, the line is out the door and around the block, but if you go during lunch your wait time should be shorter. Pies run around $25 a piece and feed two. If you love pizza, check out the 10 spots you can't miss below.
The experience is heartbreaking but important, I think everyone should see the 9/11 Museum as least once. It’s something you won’t be able to forget which is why it's one of the best things you could do in NYC.
With more than 2 million pieces of art spanning 5,000+ years, the Met is the largest museum in the country and the fifth largest museum in the world. Read about the 20 things you can't afford to miss at this incredible museum.
Okay, so the cereal milk ice cream from MILK is practically world famous at this point. The line is usually very long, but if you come later in the evening, you can almost avoid it altogether. One of the best things you could do on your trip to NYC is treat yourself!
The elevated tracks of this NYC park were originally used by freight trains delivering cargo to the city. During the warmer months, you'll find vendors lined up at the park. Grab a cup of coffee or a scoop of ice cream and explore your heart out!
The iconic cathedral took 21 years to build because construction halted during the Civil War. Touring the inside is one of the best things to do in New York City, learn more below.
Dominique Ansel Bakery is a must for the famous, cult-following cronut. The cronut is a mix between a croissant and donut. Run don’t walk to this delightful treat! You can read about the BEST bakeries in NYC below.
Founded in 1927, the Strand is the only remaining bookstore from “Book Row” which was a coalition of 48 bookstores that lined Fourth Avenue.Every single bookstore, with the exception of the Strand, closed during the Great Depression.
If you’re more into taxidermy and natural wonders, you may enjoy touring the epic American Museum of Natural History more than the Met. Welcoming 5 million visitors per year, it's considered one of the greatest natural history museums in the world.
New York City is beautiful and exciting. One of the best ways to explore it is by getting lost. In fact, some of my favorite memories of New York are moments I got lost and found spectacular buildings or quaint cafes to people watch from.