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Broadway

New York City is known, perhaps above all, for the theatre. Broadway theatres have been the pinnacle of performing arts for years, and today there are over 40 venues that seat at least 500 guests.[Learn more]

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden

What used to be an ash dump in the late 19th century, is now a 52-acre urban oasis known as the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. The garden is located in the heart of Brooklyn, and welcomes and inspires more than 700,000 locals and visitors every year.[Learn more]

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Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge crosses high over the East River between Manhattan and Brooklyn, and is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States.[Learn more]

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Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall, located in midtown Manhattan, was opened through the philanthropic work of Andrew Carnegie in 1891, and continues to be one of the most prestigious concert halls in the world today.[Learn more]

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Central Park

Manhattan's Central Park is the most visited park in the United States and is one of the nation's largest at 843 acres. This testament to foresight in urban planning was designed by famous American Landscape Architect Frederick Law Olmsted.[Learn more]

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Coney Island

Coney Island is a New York neighborhood famous for its boardwalk amusement park that features more than 50 rides and attractions. The park includes everything from a roller coasters and ferris wheel to a carousel and an expansive arcade of fair games.[Learn more]

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Empire State Building

Perhaps the most famous building in all of New York City, the Empire State Building is an enduring symbol of the city's impressive engineering. Rising to a towering 1,250 feet, the observation deck here offers the best views found in the city.[Learn more]

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Jones Beach State Park

Jones Beach State Park encompasses 6.5 miles of beautiful white-sanded Long Island shoreline. Although the beach bustles with nearly eight million visitors each year, it provides a refreshing break from the hectic pace of city life.[Learn more]

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Prospect Park

With more than 10 million visitors every year, the 585-acre Prospect Park is an impressive landmark in the heart of Brooklyn. The park was designed and created by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the same duo who is responsible for Central Park.[Learn more]

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Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center, named after the first American millionaire, John D. Rockefeller. The center is a plaza comprised of 19 commercial buildings, many of which are rooted in the entertainment industry.[Learn more]

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South Street Seaport

The South Street Seaport is a historic corridor of New York City located in the shadows of the Financial District on the south end of Manhattan. It is home to America's National Maritime Museum.[Learn more]

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The Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is one of New York's most moving monuments, as it represented the first glimpse of America for the millions of people who immigrated to the New World from Europe.[Learn more]

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Times Square

Times Square is an iconic landmark in New York City - the place of the annual New Year's ball drop, home of the Naked Cowboy, and the place to find some of the best designer fashion and fine dining.[Learn more]

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World Trade Center Memorial

Where two pillars of American commerce once stood is now a sombering place to reflect on the lives lost during the events of Sept. 11, 2001. The 9/11 Memorial remembers and honors the 2,983 people who were killed in the horrific attacks.[Learn more]

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