A national historic landmark in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Shop, dine and explore at one of New York’s most inspiring locations.
No matter what time of year the 843-acre park offers hundreds of attractions for adults, children and solo explorers. Visit the Central Park zoo, attend a concert, take a bike or carriage ride, plan a picnic and more - There is something for everyone to enjoy!
Located just one block from Times Square Bryant Park is an oasis of green in the heart of Midtown. Not only is there a full range of activities for people of all ages throughout the year, they have special children’s activities.
Times Square is pretty much synonymous with Broadway shows. With dozens of theaters with box-office hits to smaller, high-quality shows, there are so many choices.
This world-famous wax figure attraction has over 200 wax figures of famous musicians, A-list stars, sports legends, world leaders and more.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
If you are in the mood for the odd and unusual, this interactive museum is for you. More than 500 real artifacts, wildly fun interactive experiences, and twenty themed galleries of strange and fascinating things.
Caroline’s on Broadway
This legendary comedy club is where performers like Jerry Seinfeld, Billy Crystal, and Rosie O’Donnell got their start. It is a big venue, and yes, tickets will be pricier than comedy clubs in other parts of the city. But if you want a quintessential comedy club experience, Caroline’s is the place to go.
Broadway Comedy Club
Featuring at least four nationally known headliners for a performance that lasts from 90 minutes to two hours. Keep in mind that in addition to your tickets, there’s a two-drink minimum, so be prepared to pay. But also, be prepared for high-quality comedy.
Times Square is the place to take care of all the shopping you want to do but can’t squeeze into your days of sightseeing. So many shops in Times Square are open every night until at least 10 pm, with some staying open as late as Midnight.