*Good through December 31, 2017 on hotel bookings of $400+
New York City may be known as the city that never sleeps, but we like to call it the city that cannot be forgotten. From a stunning skyline to classic landmarks and hidden gems along the many bustling city streets, there is something here for every single person to explore.
Sail to the Statue of Liberty or the Ellis Island Immigration Museum to catch a bit of American history. Ride up to the top of the Empire State Building for breathtaking views of the city as far as the eye can see. Pay your respects and honor the victims of 9/11 at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, New York City’s newest landmark. Be sure to reserve your passes in advance for a chance to see the two stunning pools of never-ending waterfalls. It will truly take your breath away and leave you speechless.
If you’re looking for a beautiful view but prefer to keep your feet on the ground, cross the Brooklyn Bridge, one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States, and gaze up from either side to see the beautiful concrete jungle that is New York City. Make your way across the bridge and spend some time in Brooklyn before crossing the bridge (and East River) back into Manhattan. This is perfect for those in search of a beach getaway near the city. Visit the Coney Island Beach and Boardwalk and return to the city at night to discover the hustle, bustle, and bright lights of Times Square and the nearby nightclubs.
For those looking for a more leisurely activity, a place for a picnic, or a more casual atmosphere to get away from loud city sounds, New York's city parks and beaches have much to offer. Walk through Central Park, located in the center of Manhattan, and take in the monuments, sculptures and artwork including the famous Strawberry Fields Imagine mosaic.
For fans of the arts, you'll want to find yourself at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) for the opportunity to explore contemporary, modern, and abstract art. Animal lovers will love the American Museum of Natural History for its impressive collection of biological facts and artifacts.
There’s a reason people say that New York is a city so nice that they named it twice. See the magic for yourself today.