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New York City Pictures

The Buzzing Big Apple picture in New York City

Whether you visit by day or night, you'll find Times Square's bright lights flashing at all hours. Andrey Bayda Shutterstock

Lady Liberty picture in New York City

Catch the ferry to the Statue of Liberty from New Jersey for shorter lines. Celso Flores Flickr

Hans Christian Andersen picture in New York City

Soaking up strolls and scenic views in Central Park is a favorite pastime among visitors and residents, alike. Songquan Deng Shutterstock

Crossing the Bridge picture in New York City

It takes about 30 minutes to walk from Manhattan to Brooklyn on the Brooklyn Bridge. Punxutawneyphil Flickr

Guggenheim Museum picture in New York City

Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic design encases famous works by Picasso, Rockwell and Kandinsky. Dysanovic Flickr

Rockefeller Center and Top of the Rock Observation Deck picture in New York City

Taking in the sweeping views from the Top of the Rock is a must for first-time NYC visitors. stockelements Shutterstock

Times Square picture in New York City

In buzzing Times Square, neon lights flicker 24/7. Andrey Bayda Shutterstock

Upper West Side picture in New York City

The elegant Upper West Side in Manhattan is full of chic residences and it's also home to the Lincoln Center. Frederik Flickr

St. Patrick's Cathedral picture in New York City

This majestic cathedral sits opposite Rockefeller Center. Harsh Light Flickr

Bryant Park picture in New York City

You can come to Bryant Park for the scenery, the concerts, or the free Wi-Fi. dandeluca Flickr

Museum of Modern Art picture in New York City

The MoMA has many famous pieces, including some by Dalí, Monet and Warhol. basterclaus Flickr

National September 11 Memorial & Museum  picture in New York City

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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade picture in New York City

Gigantic balloons float through Manhattan each year at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. calm a llama down Flickr

Times Square picture in New York City

Seven blocks along Times Square are now closed to cars. Greg Knapp Flickr

New York Public Library picture in New York City

The New York Public Library, which first opened in 1911, has one of the country's largest book collections. hibino Flickr

Metropolitan Museum of Art picture in New York City

This popular art museum is called "the Met" for short. alotor Flickr

Radio City Music Hall picture in New York City

You can see the Rockettes perform here every holiday season. Telefrancais Flickr

Shopping in SoHo picture in New York City

If you're in New York to shop (but you don't have an infinite credit limit), head to SoHo for some mainstream and eclectic finds. jphilipg Flickr

Grand Central Station picture in New York City

You can catch the train at this station or the far less impressive Penn Station. Allen McGregor Flickr

The Tribute of Light picture in New York City

View of Manhattan and the phantom twin towers from the Brooklyn Bridge Tony the Misfit Flickr

American Museum of Natural History picture in New York City

You can see everything from dinosaurs to meteorites in this impressive museum on the Upper West Side. bastix.net flickr.com

Statue of Liberty picture in New York City

The Statue of Liberty welcomes thousands of visitors every day. Celso Flores Flickr

The High Line picture in New York City

Pack a picnic for the High Line, Manhattan's elevated green space. Albachiaraa Shutterstock

Coney Island picture in New York City

In the spring and summer, visitors flock to this beloved Brooklyn amusement area to stroll the boardwalk, whizz around famous coasters and nosh on delicious eats. pio3 Shutterstock

The Frick Collection picture in New York City

Housed inside a French-style mansion once owned by magnate Henry Clay Frick, this expansive museum showcases masterpieces from the Renaissance to the end of the 19th century. Stuart Monk Shutterstock

Brooklyn Botanic Garden picture in New York City

In spring, you can't skip a trip to this sprawling Brooklyn green space to watch the Cherry Esplanade (Sakura Matsuri), when the Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden is accented by bright-pink cherry blossoms. Colin D. Young Shutterstock


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