New York
International center of film, fashion, music, finance, trade, and politics is a long way to have come for a city founded by the tired, the poor, the huddled masses. Today the adrenaline-charged energy that fills the City contributes to the allure that draws so many. Many New Yorkers will say they know the best place for everything, but in this extraordinarily diverse city every opinion of “the best” is different. We invite you to form your own opinions.Discover whether the Statue of Liberty or Ellis Island better represents the U.S.’s heritage. See whether the City looks better at dusk from the top of the Empire State Building or the Top of the Rock. Cast your own vote for which Broadway performance deserves the next Tony. Decide whether the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, the world’s largest cathedral, is really more impressive than St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Should a museum cover 4-square blocks and house the world’s greatest natural science collection like the Museum of Natural History, contain over two million works of art like the Metropolitan Museum of Art (the Met), or be sky-lit and feature open-air exhibits like the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)? The Yankees or the Mets?

Whether you decide to stick to Manhattan or explore the Outer Boroughs, we are here to help sort through the chaos and plan your vacation from start to finish. NYC may only be 322 square miles but the overwhelming abundance of sights, attractions, and things to do make it challenging to get a big bite of the Big Apple. Whatever your interests, the city that never sleeps has something for people from all walks of life. Frank Sinatra spoke not just for himself, but for millions across the globe when he said, “I want to be a part of it – New York, New York.”

Sample Itineraries


Honeymoon in the City
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Start the day by spreading out a blanket in Central Park and enjoying a breakfast of bagels spread with cream cheese and smoked salmon. After exploring the City, have dinner along the East River and watch the sunset over the Brooklyn Bridge. Once the sun has fully set, go to the top of the Empire State Building for a memorable view of Manhattan illuminated by city lights.


Theatrical Thrills
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Begin by touring Columbia University, the movie set of Ghostbusters, Spiderman, West Side Story, and many other blockbuster hits. Then catch a matinee at Radio City Music Hall. After the thrilling fanfare, head to the Top of the Rock (Rockefeller Center) to watch the sun set over the Empire State Building. End the day by watching a Tony Award winning performance on Broadway.


Lions and Tigers and Dinosaurs, Oh My!
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Start at the northernmost of the five boroughs to visit gorillas and over 4,000 other animals at the Bronx Zoo. Work your way down to the Halls of the American Museum of Natural History – the Dinosaur Fossils Hall, the Hall of Ocean Life, and the Hall of Planet Earth! Then head to the southernmost tip of Manhattan and ride the ferry to the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island. Did your ancestors come through Ellis Island and stare up at Lady Liberty’s torch?


Librarians’ Delights
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Wander the aisles of the New York Public Library, one the world’s largest research libraries. Then go from Broadway to Central Park, visiting sites from “Here is New York” by E. B. White (writer/editor The New Yorker 1925-1985). Afterwards explore lesser known areas of the City by following the encrypted paths of Peter Stillman Sr. from The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster (alumni Columbia University 1970).


Athletic Action
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Start the morning with a brisk jog around the famous Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in Central Park. If it’s winter, ice skate around the monumental Tree at Rockefeller Center. Then head to Madison Square Garden, or Yankee or Shea Stadiums to see a New York team.

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