Posts Tagged: New York City Attractions

High Line Tours | Chelsea and the Meatpacking District

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High Line Tours

This post reviews and compares the various different tours of the High Line, the Meatpacking District, and Chelsea, including our pay-what-you-wish tour and a GPS enabled-audio tour.   Free Tours by Foot Other Guided Tours Self-Guided Tour Private Tours Chelsea Market   FREE TOURS BY FOOT  We offer several pay-what-you-wish tours plus a self-guided option.  We have […]

Metropolitan Museum of Art Tours

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This post compares and reviews the various options you have for a Metropolitan Museum of Art Tour, including guided and audio tours.  The Met is filled with exhibitions which focus on significant cultural history. These installations are frequently switched out, allowing you to experience something entirely different with each individual visit. Considering how often they […]

Visiting Trump Tower in New York City

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This post will show you how to visit Trump Tower on 5th Ave. in Midtown Manhattan. It is the central headquarters of the Trump Organization. It’s also where Donald J. Trump’s penthouse is. Of course, since Trump was elected president, the building has become even more significant as a destination. This post contains information that […]

The Flatiron Building in New York City

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Flatiron Feature

When Daniel Burnham’s design for the George A. Fuller company’s office building was completed in 1902, it was named after Fuller himself, the Fuller building. But much like 56 Leonard today has come to be known as the Jenga building, New Yorkers gave this building a name of their own, the Flatiron building, because of […]

Tenement Museum in New York City

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The Tenement Museum, located at 97 Orchard Street, is a must see for anyone visiting the Lower East Side.  Built in 1863, this tenement style apartment building served as a residence for approximately 7,000 immigrants from the time it was built all the way into the 1930’s. In an effort to preserve the history of […]

9/11 Memorial and Museum at Ground Zero

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In this post, we detail how to visit the National September 11th Memorial, also known as the 9/11 Memorial, World Trade Center Memorial, the Ground Zero Memorial, or the Twin Towers Memorial.  It is free to visit the memorial and you do not need tickets.  Tickets to the Museum and One World Observatory are required […]

A Review of Carnegie Hall Tours

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This post is a review of Carnegie Hall Tours, what to expect, how to get a discount and much more.  One of the world’s most famous music venues, Carnegie Hall has been the showcase for legendary performers from around the world since its opening in 1891. And it is open to the public. Where is […]

Things to do with Kids in New York City [2017]

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This post contains our kid-approved 3-day itinerary that will keep the whole family entertained. Because some of the most popular attractions among the young ones (and adults too) are a bit pricey, we include tips and advice on how to get discounts or even pay nothing at all!  Many of our pay-what-you-wish tours are suitable for children, […]

Washington Square Park

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This park may be on the small side, at 9.75 acres, but it is one of the most easily recognizable spots in all of New York City.  The park is often bustling with both locals and tourists, and it is located right in the heart of one of New York’s great neighborhoods, Greenwich Village. Where […]