Top things to see in NYC

New York City

(These points are part of a route developed for the Clarice app)


From the streets of Manhattan to the top of the world’s highest skyscrapers, this route takes you to the best spots in New York City!

Enjoy breathtaking views from the Empire State Building, go for a run at Central Park or simply appreciate the artistic side of the city.

Top of the Rock

Go high up and spot some of New York’s main attractions at Top of the Rock!

From Times Square to Central Park, this is one of the few places where you can properly capture the Empire State Building.

Located right in the middle of the Rockefeller Center, Top of the Rock occupies the last top floors of the GE Building, one of the highest skyscrappers in the world!

9/11 Memorial

Visit the 9/11 Memorial and learn more about this deadly incident and its victims.

The museum features media displays, artifacts and many other items that were linked to this event and now serve as a reminder of the thousands of people involved!

Manhattan

One of the main boroughs in New York, Manhattan has been the face of many movies, books, songs and postcards.

This exciting neighborhood has some of the most visited attractions in the world including Times Square, Central Park and the Grand Central Terminal.

The Manhattan Skyline is also worthy of a capture and the best way to see it fully is to cross over to Jersey City or the Staten Island!

Broadway

A visit to NYC wouldn’t be complete without attending at least one show on Broadway, the dream stage of many upcoming actors and performers!

With plays, musicals and many other shows available for you to choose, this cultural area has something for all ages, from “Lion King” to the “Jersey Boys”.

If you’re looking for a night of entertainment, Broadway is definitely the place to go!

The Frick Collection

Established on the former house of Henry Clay Frick, a famous American industrialist and an avid art collector, the Frick Collection is one of the must see attractions in the city!

Opened to the public in 1935, the gallery compiles over 1,000 masterpieces, from European paintings to unique bronze sculptures.

After going through the work of Rembrandt, Turner, Renoir and many other famous artists you can relax at the Garden Court, a remarkable design by the architect John Russell Pope.

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