Escape the concrete jungle in the lush foliage that shades the 843-acre park’s many pathways. The park also includes ponds, lakes, and a wildlife sanctuary.
Explore New York City
Empire State Building
Manhattan’s Empire State Building boasts an impressive open-air observation deck, where visitors can view Central Park, the Brooklyn Bridge, and other quintessential New York sights.
Statue of Liberty
If you haven't seen this monument, have you really been to NYC at all? Insider tip: catch the free Staten Island Ferry for a closer look!
Rockefeller Center is home to Radio City Music Hall and NBC Studios—where visitors go to see live tapings of the Today Show—as well as shops, restaurants, and the famous outdoor ice skating rink.
New York museums offer opportunities for a wide range of cultural experiences. Local art galleries in Chelsea host opening nights on Thursdays; gallery-hopping is the best way to see the sights—and score a free glass of wine.
Converted warehouses and cobblestone streets with the Manhattan skyline backdrop are what make this place special. Explore the hip boutiques and cozy coffee shops of this charming corner of Brooklyn.
There is a lot more to do in New York City. Explore all the Big Apple has to offer!
Save on NYC's Attractions
Save on admissions to some of New York City's most iconic attractions with the New York Sightseeing Pass. Choose the Pass that's right for you, purchase online and receive it instantly via email. The more you see, the more you save.
Big Bus Tours
Travel through NYC's famous landmarks with Big Bus Tours. The open-top sightseeing buses grant you exceptional views throughout the city. Hop on the bus to take in panoramic sights through the city. Hop off to take a selfie and explore Times Square.