New York City Landmarks
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Brooklyn Bridge (Lower Manhattan)
The Brooklyn Bridge is one of New York Citys most celebrated architectural landmarks.
Carnegie Hall (Midtown Manhattan)
Carngie Hall is a world famous auditorium located in Midtown.
Chrysler Building (Midtown Manhattan)
Landmark Art Deco Building located in Midtown Manhattan - 77 floors rise to height of 1048 feet.
Ellis Island Immigration Museum (Lower Manhattan)
More than twelve million immigrants entered the United States through Ellis Island from 1892 to 1954. Today the Immigration museum receives 2 million visitors annually, and is one of New Yorks Top tourist attractions.
Empire State Building (Midtown Manhattan)
One of New York City's main tourist attractions, the Art Deco Empire State Building, a National Historic Landmark, is located in the heart of Manhattan. Visitors can tour the Observatory 365 days per year.
Federal Reserve Bank of NY (Lower Manhattan)
Learn about the history of gold and find out about the unique role of the New York Fed.
Flatiron Building (Downtown Manhattan)
One of the oldest skyscrapers located in Downtown Manhattan.
Fraunces Tavern Museum (Lower Manhattan)
The Tavern is where George Washington said Farewell to Officers At the end of the revolutionary war in 1783.
General Grant National Memorial (Upper West Side)
General Grant National Memorial is the largest tomb in North America.
Gracie Mansion (Upper East Side)
Gracie Mansion is the official residence of the Mayor of New York City.
Grand Central Terminal (Midtown Manhattan)
Spared the wrecking ball in 1967, Grand Central Terminal was restored to its 1913 splendor. Shops, restaurants, and trendy bars make it a hot spot!
New York Public Library (Midtown Manhattan)
The New York Public Library at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street in Manhattan.
Prospect Park Zoo (Brooklyn)
Part of the 585-acre Prospect Park, the Zoo is located in the heart of Brooklyn.
Rockefeller Center (Midtown Manhattan)
Get the inside story behind Rockefeller Center with a tour of this city within a city.
South Street Seaport (Lower Manhattan)
One of the top attraction in NYC, make it part of you stop to the Lower Manhattan Area.
St John the Divine (Harlem)
The cathedral project that never ends. Started in 1892 it will be the largest cathedral in the world once it is completed.
St Patrick's Cathedral (Midtown Manhattan)
The largest decorated gothic-style Catholic Cathedral in the United States and has been recognized throughout its history as a center of Catholic life in this country.
St. Paul's Chapel (Lower Manhattan)
St. Paul's, a chapel of Trinity Church, seen from the corner of Broadway and Fulton Street. The building, where George Washington worshipped.
Statue of Liberty (Lower Manhattan)
The worlds most famous symbol of freedom is a must see for anyone traveling to New York.
Solomon R Guggenheim Museum (Upper East Side)
Perhaps one of the few art museums where the Building alone would be worth the visit. Collection includes Masterpieces from Chagall, Gauguin, Van Gogh, and Picasso.
Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace (Downtown Manhattan)
New York City brownstone where President Theodore Roosevelt was born.
Trinity Church (Lower Manhattan)
Located at Wall and Broadway, Trinity Church is the oldest Anglican Church in Manhattan.
Washington Arch (Downtown Manhattan)
Washington Arch located downtown in Washington Square Park.
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