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New York City see + do

While New York City has always offered an endless smorgasbord of entertainment and attractions, from the highbrow to the down-and-dirty, the city feels especially buoyant these days thanks to paradigm-shifting additions to the landscape such as the High Line, the New Museum, and Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center. One of the enduring joys of New York, stuffed to the gills as it may be with master-of-the-universe types, is its sheer egalitarianism. World-class wonders such as Central Park, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the art galleries in Chelsea are free to explore. Feeling slightly more flush? Take in a performance at Carnegie Hall or the Metropolitan Opera, or make that most iconic of summer pilgrimages, out to a baseball game. And, of course, there are institutions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim, as well as smaller museums like the Neue Galerie, lining upper Fifth Avenue. Needless to say, whether you're living large or seeking cheap thrills, you're guaranteed to run out of time before you run out of things to do.

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New York Botanical Garden, Bronx

Established in 1891, the 250-acre New York Botanical Garden is an oasis for pavement-pounding city dwellers, just a 20-minute Metro North ride from Grand...more

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New York Harbor Tours, New York City

Touristy? Sure. Kinda cheesy? Check. But don't let that stop you from enjoying a perspective that's vastly underrated—seeing New York City from the water....more

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Nolita, Little Italy

When the rents in SoHo zoomed, many smaller, idiosyncratic designers and shops moved to the area "North of Little Italy": Mulberry, Mott, and Elizabeth streets...more

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Rockefeller Center, Midtown West

John D. Rockefeller Jr.'s Art Deco masterpiece, Radio City Music Hall, was the first component of his eponymous Midtown development. The stage, with its...more

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Soho, New York City

This area, bounded by Houston Street to the north and Canal Street to the south and stretching from Lafayette Street to Varick Street, has gone from a...more

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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Upper East Side

The unique spiral building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright—reluctantly, since he thought New York was too overbuilt—tends to overshadow the collections...more

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St. John the Divine, Upper West Side

Affectionately known as "St. John the Unfinished" by inhabitants of its Morningside Heights neighborhood, the world's largest Gothic cathedral has staunchly...more

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Statue of Liberty, New York City

It's hard to imagine a more evocative and familiar symbol of the United States than the lady with the torch, who has been welcoming travelers from across the...more

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Theater in New York City, New York City

For many people, the quintessential New York City experience is going to the theater. Despite (justified) complaints that today's offerings have become too...more

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United Nations Headquarters, Midtown East

Home to the United Nations, these six midtown blocks along the East River are an international territory collectively owned by the 192 member nations. Security...more

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