New York City Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in New York City - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Brooklyn 132

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Bay Ridge 5

Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights 8

Boerum Hill and Cobble Hill 2

Brighton Beach and Coney Island 11

Brooklyn Heights and Downtown Brooklyn 7

Bushwick and East Williamsburg 5

Carroll Gardens 4

DUMBO 11

Ditmas Park and Midwood 4

Fort Greene and Clinton Hill 7

Gowanus 3

Greenpoint 4

Park Slope and Prospect Park 6

Prospect Heights 4

Red Hook and the Columbia Waterfront District 5

Sunset Park 4

Williamsburg 14

Windsor Terrace, Greenwood Heights, and South Slope 4

Chelsea 28

Financial District 26

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New York Harbor 4

Upper East Side 22

Midtown West 18

Midtown East 14

Upper West Side 14

Queens 13

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Astoria 1

Flushing and Corona 8

Long Island City 4

Harlem 12

East Village 10

SoHo 7

Lower East Side 6

Greenwich Village 6

Flatiron District 6

The Bronx 5

Murray Hill 5

West Village 4

Chinatown 4

Staten Island 3

Meatpacking District 2

TriBeCa 2

Union Square 1

Little Italy 1

NoLIta 1

Gramercy 1

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Amusement Park/ Water Park 3

Arts/ Performance Venue 16

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Beach–Sight 2

Body Of Water/ Waterfall 3

Bridge/ Tunnel 3

Building/ Architectural Site 44

Carousel 2

Cemetery 2

Educational Institution 1

Festival–Sight 4

Film Studio 13

Financial Institution 2

Garden/ Arboretum 8

Golf Course 2

Government Building 4

Historic District/ Site 16

Hotel–Sight 1

House/ Mansion/ Villa 11

Industrial Site/ Mill/ Factory 1

Information Center 1

Library/ Archive 4

Local Interest–Sight 10

Marina/ Pier/ Dock 4

Market/ Bazaar 5

Memorial/ Monument/ Tomb 9

Military Site 1

Museum Village 1

Museum/ Gallery 133

Native American Site 1

Nature Preserve/ Wildlife Refuge 1

Neighborhood/ Street 33

Observatory/ Planetarium 1

Park (National/ State/ Provincial) 5

Park/ Playground 36

Plaza/ Square/ Piazza 3

Promenade/ Boardwalk 3

Public Art (Mural/ Sculpture/ Statue) 6

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 10

Restaurant–Sight 1

Scenic Drive/ Tour 2

Spa–Sight 2

Sports Venue 10

Sports–Sight 3

Store/ Shop/ Mall 1

Tour–Sight 26

Trail/ Path 1

Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train) 4

Viewpoint/ Scenic Overlook 9

Winery/ Brewery/ Distillery 4

Zoo/ Aquarium 4

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Family 80

Gay and Lesbian 2

Green 19

Historical 60

New 3

Romantic 5

Trendy 10

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Acquavella Galleries

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The 19th- and 20th-century museum-quality art inside this five-story, marble-floored French Neolassical mansion tends to be big-name,...

Asia Society and Museum

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The Asian art collection of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller III forms the core of this museum's holdings,which span from Pakistan to...

Blum & Poe New York

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This contemporary art gallery may be a relative newbie on the Upper East Side art scene (it opened in Spring 2014), but as one of L.A.'s...

Carl Schurz Park

  • Park/Playground

Facing the East River, this park, named for a German immigrant who was a prominent newspaper editor in the 19th century, is so tranquil...

Castelli Gallery

  • Museum/Gallery

One of the most influential dealers of the 20th century, Leo Castelli helped foster the careers of many important artists, including...

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

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Reopened in late 2014, after a three-year, $81 million overhaul, the CooperHewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is a slick, 21st-century...

El Museo del Barrio

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El barrio is Spanish for "the neighborhood" and the nickname for East Harlem, a largely Spanish-speaking Puerto Rican and Dominican...

Frick Collection

  • Museum/Gallery

Henry Clay Frick made his fortune amid the soot and smoke of Pittsburgh, where he was a coke (a coal fuel derivative) and steel baron,...

Gagosian Madison Avenue

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If you are looking for ambitious works by the world's most acclaimed artists in a gallery that easily competes with the city's top museums,...

Gracie Mansion

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The official mayor's residence, Gracie Mansion was built in 1799 by shipping merchant Archibald Gracie, and enlarged in 1966. Nine mayors...

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