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Sightseeing in New York

Updated Oct 05 2014 04:43 PM EST with 66 listings
This page lists local attractions for tourists and residents alike. Take advantage of the many tours, museums, parks, boat excursions, historic places, historic houses and sightseeing attractions that are available for fun and leisure.

The purpose of this category is to give an overview of the most important sights and experiences in New York City. Information about many sights and experiences is spread throughout Citidex New York On-line. Submit your own ideas for this page!

For other sightseeing experiences, see the following related categories:

TRAVEL BOOKS AND GUIDES: for a description of the best travel guides for NYC.
TOURS: ALL CITY: for a list of tours that take you to all the most well known sights of NYC.
TOURS: THEME AND AREA TOURS: for tour-excursions featuring a special theme ("Backstage on Broadway" or "Harlem Jazz Tours" or "Fashion Tours.")
EXHIBITIONS AND DISPLAYS: for special exhibitions in libraries and company headquarters.
MUSEUMS: for museums, famous monuments, famous houses and estates, and famous historical places.
CHURCHES: for tours of well-known churches and synagogues in New York.
GARDENS: for a guide to our world class botanical gardens
PARKS: for a listing of the many parks in New York City including a detailed description and links from
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Most Important Sights in New York (13 listings total)

Naturally, each visitor or inhabitant of New York will have a distinct, however similar, list of most important sights to see in this glorious city. What we have given you is a list of the most well-known sights in Manhattan. And, even despite this fame, many are genuinely worth the trip! Hopefully your journey through New York will provide you with a list of your own most important sights. Happy Sightseeing!

Check out CityPass for information on their half-price coupon book for six major sights in the city: Empire State Building Observatory, Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum, American Museum of Natural History, the Guggenheim, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises. You can buy these coupons at any of the attractions, by mail or online.

American Museum of Natural History

Four floors of exhibition halls here include the world-famous fossil halls with their skeletons of enormous dinosaurs and other creatures; the culture halls, representing a variety of indigenous peoples; and mammal, bird and reptile halls. The renovated Milstein Hall of Ocean Life showcases the profusion of life in Earth's "last frontier." Also here: Rose Center for Earth and Space, with Hayden Planetarium and exhibits on Earth and our universe. Click here to see a picture. Click here for a Location.
Central Pk. W., Central Park NY 10024-5192 79th St., Tel 212-769-5100
Tel: 212-769-5200; Tel: 212-769-5350
Tel: 212-769-5606; Fax: 212-769-5427
E-mail: members@amnh.org; Website: amnh.org

Central Park

This world renowned 843 acre park is right in the middle of the city. Designed in 1858 by Fredrick Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. Some of the highlights include Tavern on The Green, Strawberry Fields, Wollman Skating Rink, Central Park Zoo & the Reservoir. Activities at the park include ice skating, horseback riding, rollerblading, jogging, bird watching, concerts on the grass, boat rentals & of course carriage rides which start near The Plaza Hotel. Click here for a Map and here for the park's Website
Central Pk. W., Central Park NY Information 212-360-3444
TDD for Hearing Impaired: 800-281-5722; Website: centralpark.org

Empire State Building

At 102 stories tall, the Empire State Building commands an inspiring view of Manhattan. Each year, over 3.5 million people come here for the view from the 86th-floor observatory, where they can take in the sights of the city from a glass-enclosed pavilion or the encircling open-air promenade. Click here to see a picture.
350 Fifth Ave., Midtown South NY 10118 At 34th St., Tel 212-736-3100
Fax: 212-967-6167; E-mail: info@esbnyc.com
Website: esbnyc.com

Grand Central Terminal

Grand atomosphere of a bygone age at the 1913 Grand Central Terminal, now restored to its original elegance. Main course contains 50 shops, numerous restaurants and the Grand Central Market.Click here to find out more information on all of these tours!. Click here for Location.
Vanderbilt Ave., Midtown NY Tel 212-818-1777
General Info: 212-340-2210; Group Sales: 212-340-3404
Tours: 212-697-1245; Tours: 212-935-3960
Website: grandcentralterminal.com

Lincoln Center

The world's largest cultural complex containing a number of theaters and concert halls and is home to the Metropolitan Opera, NY Philharmonic & Juilliard School of music. Click here for Location.
70 Lincoln Center Plaza, Lincoln Center NY 10023 Tel 212-875-5000
Tel: 212-546-2656; Tel: 212-875-5350
Tel: 212-875-5370; Website: lincolncenter.org

Metropolitan Museum of Art

One of the greatest museums in the world. It is impossible to "do" the entire museum in one day or describe everything you can see here. Go to the museum & spend some time in the Great Hall where you will find all types of help in many languages for planning your visit. If you can, get a guide before your visit or look at their website*** where you can plan well & learn about their many special exhibitions & programs. Fee: $12 adults, $7 students & seniors, under 12 with adult free. Click here to see a picture & here to see a close-up picture.. Click here for a Location
1000 Fifth Ave., Upper East Side NY 10028 At 82nd St., Tel 212-535-7710
Library: 212-879-5500; Reservations ( Dining ): 212-570-3964
Tours: 212-570-3711; Visitor Center: 212-650-2987
E-mail: visitorservices@metmuseum.org; Website: metmuseum.org

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

Currently, MoMA as it is known in NYC, is undergoing extensive renovations and has set up a temporary exhbition space in Queens. The Manhattan location is scheduled to re-open in 2005. MoMA houses an outstanding collection of American & European paintings & sculptures from late 19th C. to present. Innovative in its definition of "art", it was a pioneer in exhibiting film, photography, and industrial design. Its retrospectives can draw record breaking attendance. A happy place to take small children, as strollers are allowed. Call for or visit the website for information on admission and hours, as they change with the exhibitions in the Queens space. Website provides information on all that you will find here.
11 W. 53rd St., Midtown NY 10019 betw Fifth & Sixth Ave, General Info 212-708-9400
General Info: 212-708-9480; Program Info: 212-708-9781
Tour Info: 212-708-9685; E-mail: comments@moma.org
Website: moma.org

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center is famous as much for its 1930s-era Art Deco grandeur as for the well known institutions it houses. The 20-building complex includes the Radio City Music Hall; the Channel Gardens; and the handsome GE Building, home of the NBC's the Today Show. Several highlights during the winter season include the Rockefeller Center's outdoor skating rink and New York's official Christmas tree. Click here for an Area Map. Click here for Location.
Bounded by 47th & 51st St, Tel 212-332-6868
Tours: 212-664-3700; Website: rockefellercenter.com

Rockefeller Center Ice Rink

Nicely decorated - bring your camera. The ice here is nice.
Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center NY Tel 212-332-7654
Website: skateny.com

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Frank Lloyd Wright's New York masterpiece is recognized around the world, and visitors come form around the world to view this museum's collection of art. Art form the late 19th and early 20th centuries represents such movements as Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Surrealism and German Expressionism, with pieces by such renowned names as Picasso, van Gogh, Kandisky, Chagall and other modern masters. Click here to see a picture of the inside of the museum & here to see a picture of the outside of the museum.. Click here for a Location.
1071 Fifth Ave., East Harlem NY 10128 89th Street, Tel 212-423-3500
Tel: 212-423-3640; Fax: 212-423-3650
Toll-Free: 800-329-6109; E-mail: sales@guggenheim.org
Website: guggenheim.org

St. Patrick's Cathedral

Magnificent stained glass windows, ornate shrines and monumental Gothic architecture greet visitors at St. Patricks Cathedral, the seat of the Archbishop of New York and the largest Catholic Cathedral in the United States.
1011 Fifth Ave., Upper East Side NY 10022-4134 betw 50th & 51st St, Tel 212-371-1000
Tel: 212-753-2261; E-mail: contactus@archny.org
Website: ny-archdiocese.org

Statue of Liberty

Dedicated in 1886 as a gift to the United States form the people of France, the Statue of Liberty is arguabley the most recognizable landmark in the Empirte State. Click here for Ferry information. Click here for a Location
Liberty Isl&, New York Harbor, Tel 212-269-5755
Tel: 212-363-3200; Tel: 212-363-7620
Fax: 212-363-8347; Website: nps.gov

Times Square

Named for the New York Times, this area is known for its crazy and huge billboards, neon lights and New Year's celebrations. Since its recent rejuvenation, it has become a place for the entire family to enjoy. The Visitor's Center in the Embassy Theatre at 1560 Broadway bet 46th and 47th St.. has restrooms, ATMs, info on tours and Broadway shows, int'l newspapers, currency exchange and souvenirs. Click here for a live webcam view! 7th Ave., from 42nd St. to 47th St.
Broadway, Midtown South NY

South Street Seaport

South Street Seaport's 12 blocks boast historic buildings and winding cobblestone streets. Enjoy views of Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty, visit the South Street Seaport Museum, or spend an afternoon at more than 100 restaurants, shops and cafes.
19 Fulton St., Fulton NY 10038 Tel 212-732-7678
Tel: 212-732-8257; Fax: 212-964-8056
E-mail: seaport@generalgrowth.com; Website: southstreetseaport.com

Battery Park

At the bottom tip of Manhattan, Battery Park provides a great venue for concerts, films and watching the pulse of the city. You also get a great view of the Statue of Liberty and everyone cruising toward her. Click here for a Location

Plaza

The Plaza, probably the most famous hotel in NYC, is a great spot to see the wealthy, famous and not so famous come and go. It borders Central Park so there is always a lot happening and a lot to view.
768 Fifth Ave., Midtown NY

St. Mark's Place (Greenwich Village)

This enclave in the east village is known for being a great distraction from whatever may be stressing. This is great place to take in the casual attitude and strange inhabitants. There are also great cafes to sit and watch whatever may pass by.
St. Marks Pl., East Village NY

Stairs of New York Public Library

When you start to see people sitting on the steps of this famous library, and not pigeons, then you know its spring. Time to people-watch and eat your lunch. Since this is such a busy area, the people-watching is best viewed from these steps where everyone has a great view.
Fifth Ave., Greenwich Village NY

Times Square

This area is known for its crazy & huge billboards, neon lights and New Year's celebrations. Click here for a live webcam view. Click here for Location. 7th Ave., from 42nd St. to 47th St.
Broadway, Midtown South NY

Ten Places To Walk (9 listings total)

5th Avenue

If you like to window shop or actually shop, this is the place to walk. Stick to the midtown section of this avenue, there is a lot to see and a lot of places you can walk into and check out. For an almost live view of 5th Ave. from the SE corner of 45th St., click here!
Fifth Ave., Greenwich Village NY
Website: thecityreview.com

Brooklyn Bridge

Opened in 1883, this 3,456-foot suspension bridge has inspired poets, painters and photographers ever since with its graceful architecture and prominent position against the New York skyline. You can experience it firsthand by traversing its wood-plank pedestrian walkway. Click here to see pictures
Website: www.panynj.gov

Central Park

The most famous park in NYC and you can see why when you walk into it. There is always something going on and there are some great areas to walk through. Check out the area by the Delacourt theater and baseball fields in the spring. The reservoir is great for jogging and viewing. Click here to see a picture

Chinatown

Window shop for souvenirs and compare prices at food stalls. The website gives you ideas of where to go and what to do and has color photos of cultural life in Chinatown.
Mott St., Little Italy NY Mott/Pell Sts.,
Website: nyctourist.com

Madison Avenue

Madison Avenue is a great stroll from midtown to uptown to window shop at all the fashion boutiques and small shops along the way.

Park Avenue

Park Avenue is a great place to walk because it doesn't get too crowded north of 59th St. and there is great architecture and old money to pass on your way.

South Street Seaport

South Street Seaport's 12 blocks boast historic buildings and winding cobblestone streets. Enjoy views of Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty, visit the South Street Seaport Museum, or spend an afternoon at more than 100 restaurants, shops and cafes.
19 Fulton St., Fulton NY 10038 Tel 212-732-7678
Tel: 212-732-8257; Fax: 212-964-8056
E-mail: seaport@generalgrowth.com; Website: southstreetseaport.com

Wall Street

The financial district has an atmosphere that is unlike other areas. Go during business hours to glimpse the intensity of the traders and brokers and where they work. Click to see a picture
Wall St., Financial District NY

Best Views Of New York (7 listings total)

Empire State Building

At 102 stories tall, the Empire State Building commands an inspiring view of Manhattan. Each year, over 3.5 million people come here for the view from the 86th-floor observatory, where they can take in the sights of the city from a glass-enclosed pavilion or the encircling open-air promenade. Click here to see a picture.
350 Fifth Ave., Midtown South NY 10118 At 34th St., Tel 212-736-3100
Fax: 212-967-6167; E-mail: info@esbnyc.com
Website: esbnyc.com

Liberty Helicopters

The Liberty Helicopters experience, combined with the level of service results in a wonderful flight-seeing experience every time: the grandeur of Manhattan's famous skyline, Ellis Island, Empire State Building, Twin Towers and many other famous landmarks in a way unimaginable from the ground. Pilot-narrated, they last 4-18 minutes.
Tel 212-973-9292
Fax: 212-487-4781; Fax: 973-593-0053
Tel: 800-542-9933; Information: 212-967-6464
Website: libertyhelicopters.com

New York Waterway Cruises

Sparkling boats leave here for a 90 minute tour of the major sights of the city. Less crowded than the ferry and more comfortable.
Pier 78 (W.S. at 37th), Tel 800-533-3779
Website: nywaterway.com

NY Waterway

Cruises on the Hudson River. Take the special Yankee Clipper ship that sails to Yankee Stadium for Yankees games. There are also varying seasonal tours as well as New York waterway harbor cruises leaving from Midtown and Downtown operating at twilight for fantastic views. Available for private charters and group tours.
& 12th Ave. Pier 78, Group Sales 201-902-8711
Tel: 800-533-3779; Website: www.nywaterway.com

Radical Walking Tours of New York

$ 10 per tour - no reservations required. The book, published by Seven Stories Press contains twelve walking tours of Manhattan. See website for schedule of tours. Click here for tour highlights.
Tel 718-492-0069
E-mail: radtours@he.net; Website: he.net

Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation

NYC's own funicular (cable car) from 59th Street and 1st Ave up over the East River down to Roosevelt Island. Fun.
Tel 212-832-4540
Fax: 212-832-4582; E-mail: info@roosevelt-island.ny.us
Website: rioc.com

St.George in Staten Island

One of the most beautiful and historic neighborhoods in the city. The St. George Civic Association has a web site focusing on historic preservation, with info on neighborhood and its history, photos of buildings and walking tour of the Historic District
Website: preserve.org

Ellis Island Immigration Museum

Exhibits of immigrants photographs & histories. Admission is $10 for adults; $8 for seniors; $4 for children ages 3-17. Cost covers ferry and admission to museum and Statue of Liberty. Ferries depart every 1/2 hour. National Park Service's Ellis Island page. Part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument.
Ellis Island, General Info 212-363-3200
Transportation Desk: 212-269-5755; Website: ellisisland.com

Harlem Spiritual Tours

Tours of the Apollo Theater in Harlem. Soul food is offered at lunch on some tours. Day & night tours are available.
690 Eighth Ave., Theater District NY 10036 43rd/44th, Tel 212-391-0900
Tel: 212-391-7318; E-mail: hstours@pipeline.com

LVMH Tower

New building, bringing back the stylish skyscraper Deco of years past. Rated Best by NY Mag 4/24/00
19 E. 57th St., Midtown NY

NBC Experience

Inside the NBC Studios is this interactive extravaganza. You can partake in a virtual interview with Jay Leno, ride through the studio with Conan O'Brien. and make weather predictions with Al Roker. Also, experience the world's only 3-screen high definition TV theater.
30 Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center NY 10112 Rockefeller Center, Information 212-664-3700

New York Skyride

Located within the Empire State Building. A zany fast-paced (but you never leave your seat) virtual tour of NYC.
350 Fifth Ave., Midtown South NY 10118 33rd St., Fax 212-947-0185
Tel: 212-279-9777; E-mail: swiley@skylinenyc.com
Website: skyride.com

Radio City Music Hall

Famous not only for musical spectaculars, but also for its architecture. A tour of this art deco theater is worthwhile. Seating Chart, MapRockefeller Center & Pictures from: 50th Street, 6th Avenue & the South East Corner.
1260 Sixth Ave., Rockefeller Center NY 10020 at 5oth St., Customer Services 212-632-4039
Group Sales: 212-218-4000; Information: 212-247-4777
Tickets: 212-307-7171; Tour Info: 212-632-4000
Website: radiocity.com

Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center is famous as much for its 1930s-era Art Deco grandeur as for the well known institutions it houses. The 20-building complex includes the Radio City Music Hall; the Channel Gardens; and the handsome GE Building, home of the NBC's the Today Show. Several highlights during the winter season include the Rockefeller Center's outdoor skating rink and New York's official Christmas tree. Click here for an Area Map. Click here for Location.
Bounded by 47th & 51st St, Tel 212-332-6868
Tours: 212-664-3700; Website: rockefellercenter.com

Trump Tower

No guided tours of the building, but you can come in, look around, shop, have lunch in this modern-day NYC landmark. Click here to see a picture.
725 Fifth Ave., Midtown NY 10022 Tel 212-832-2000

Yankee Stadium Tours

Special rooms available to rent during Yankees games.
Tel 718-293-4300
Tel: 718-579-4531; Website: yankees.com

New York Mercantile Exchange

Largest physical commodity futures exchange. You can click here to learn more about the workings of the exchange and other information.
1 North End Ave., Financial District NY 10282-1101 World Financial Center, Tel 212-299-2000
Tel: 212-299-2777; Website: nymex.com

Guided Visits Of Major Buildings (8 listings total)

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TOURS OF BUILDINGS AND PLACES

Here are featured tours of buildings and places such as the NY Stock Exchange, Empire State Building, United Nations, etc.

Carnegie Hall and Weill Recital Hall

Guided tours available; since 1891 the hall has been host to the world's greatest orchestras, conductors and soloists. Weill Recital Hall is at 154 W. 57th St. Carnegie Hall seats 2,800 and the smaller Weill Recital Hall seats 250. The building was designed by William Burnet Tuthill and opened to great fanfare from New York society who adored its European Renaissance-style architecture. Andrew Carnegie funded its construction and its artistic legacy is set in stone. The website has information on the hall including what's new and notable, tickets, and a concert calendar. Take a virtual tour.
881 Seventh Ave., Midtown NY 10019 at 57th St., Admin 212-903-9600
Archives: 212-903-9629; Box Office: 212-247-7800
Catering: 212-903-9790; Group Sales: 212-903-9705
Rentals: 212-581-6539; Rentals: 212-903-9710
Reservations ( Dining ): 212-903-9689; Subscription: 212-903-9700
Website: carnegiehall.org

Empire State Building

At 102 stories tall, the Empire State Building commands an inspiring view of Manhattan. Each year, over 3.5 million people come here for the view from the 86th-floor observatory, where they can take in the sights of the city from a glass-enclosed pavilion or the encircling open-air promenade. Click here to see a picture.
350 Fifth Ave., Midtown South NY 10118 At 34th St., Tel 212-736-3100
Fax: 212-967-6167; E-mail: info@esbnyc.com
Website: esbnyc.com

Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Walk inside this beautiful Italian Renaissance style building and learn about the history and art of money. Visitors can see the Gold vault with its billions of dollars' worth of gold, or check out the American Numismatic Society's priceless exhibitions on gold and coins and medals currently located inside the Fed.
33 Liberty St., Financial District NY 10045 Tel 212-720-5000
Tel: 212-720-6130; Tel: 212-720-7839
E-mail: general.info@ny.frb.org; Website: newyorkfed.org

General Electric (GE) Building

30 Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center NY 10112

Grand Central Terminal

Grand atomosphere of a bygone age at the 1913 Grand Central Terminal, now restored to its original elegance. Main course contains 50 shops, numerous restaurants and the Grand Central Market.Click here to find out more information on all of these tours!. Click here for Location.
Vanderbilt Ave., Midtown NY Tel 212-818-1777
General Info: 212-340-2210; Group Sales: 212-340-3404
Tours: 212-697-1245; Tours: 212-935-3960
Website: grandcentralterminal.com

McGraw-Hill Building

A delightful combination of Modern & International Styles, this high rise features Art Deco details on the exterior & Carrera glass in the lobby. Click here for a picture.
1221 Rockefeller Plaza, Rockefeller Center NY

New York Stock Exchange

This building officially housed the NYSE in 1865 and is the world's largest equities market place housed in a majestic Beaux Arts building. View the trading floor on the third floor and learn all about the history and rules of financial stock trading and exchange. Public entrance on Broad St. Click here to see a picture.
11 Wall St., Financial District NY 10005 Tel 212-656-3000
Website: nyse.com

United Nations Visitor Center

A tour of the 18-acre United Nations headquarters begin at the Visitors' Lobby, where changing exhibits explore U.N. related topics. Visitors will see the General Assembly Hall and parts of the Conference Building. Tours available in 20 languages. Click here for Location.
First Ave., East Village NY betw 45th & 46th St, Tel 212-963-7713
Group Ticket: 212-963-4440; Website: un.org

Cathedral of St. John the Divine

Construction on this magnificent cathedral began in 1892, and to date the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine remains unfinished. The mother church of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, the cathedral also hosts a number of public programs, including concerts, dance recitals, readings, exhibits, a poetry program and public tours.
1047 Amsterdam Ave., Morningside Heights NY 10025 at 112th St., Admin 212-316-7490
Box Office: 212-662-2133; Fax: 212-932-7348
General Info: 212-316-7540; Tour Info: 212-932-7347
E-mail: pastor@stjohndivine.org; Website: stjohndivine.org

Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church

7 W. 55th St., Midtown NY 10019 betw 5th & 6th Ave, Tel 212-247-0490
Dial-A-Prayer: 212-246-4200; Thought Line: 212-246-4204
Website: fapc.org

Heritage Trails New York Federal Hall National Memorial

26 Wall St., Financial District NY 10004 Tel 888-487-2457
Fax: 212-487-8446; In New York: 212-487-8451

Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden

This elegant, historic hotel features eight rooms furnished with period furniture and art, plus a lovely garden where hotel guests once reclined and conversed in the genteel atmosphere of the era.
421 E. 61st St., Uptown East NY 10021 Tel 212-838-6878
Fax: 212-838-7390; E-mail: info@mvhm.org
Website: mvhm.org

Riverside Church

You can enjoy the beauty of this Cathedral built by John D. Rockefeller, or climb the bell tower to watch the 74 bells that play on the weekends. Listen to concerts or attend an interdenominational service.
91 Claremont Ave., Morningside Heights NY 10027 betw 120th & 122nd St, Tel 212-222-5900

St. Patrick's Cathedral

Magnificent stained glass windows, ornate shrines and monumental Gothic architecture greet visitors at St. Patricks Cathedral, the seat of the Archbishop of New York and the largest Catholic Cathedral in the United States.
1011 Fifth Ave., Upper East Side NY 10022-4134 betw 50th & 51st St, Tel 212-371-1000
Tel: 212-753-2261; E-mail: contactus@archny.org
Website: ny-archdiocese.org

St. Paul's Church

This church no longer holds services. It is purely an historical site with museum & cemetery. Admission, tours, programs all free. National Historic Site.
Columbus Ave., Tel 914-667-4116
Special Event: 212-825-6990; Website: nps.gov

St. Thomas Church

A landmark on 5th Ave. with its bell tower, ornate stone carvings and magnificent doors.
1 W. 53rd St., Midtown NY 10019 Tel 212-757-7013
Fax: 212-977-6582

Trinity Church

Trinity Church has been a Manhattan landmark since before there was a Manhattan. It was established in 1697 by the charter of King William III, and today's Gothic Revival structure is actually the third building to be located here. Click here for a Location
74 Trinity Pl., Financial District NY 10006 Broadway & Wall St, Tel 212-602-0800
Website: trinitywallstreet.org

Van Cortlandt Mansion

Built as a country estate in 1748 & a refuge for George Washington when the British were chasing him during the early part of the Revolution. Today it is set in a park & visitors can tour nine period rooms in the mansion.
W. 246 St, Bronx, NY, Fax 718-543-3315
General Info: 718-543-3344

NYC Insider.com, The

Very informative, candid reviews & original descriptions of NYC sights, attractions & fun things to do! Also provides travel info, event listings & photos
Advertising Dept. 800-220-7917
E-mail: nyc@theinsider.com; Website: theinsider.com

NYCtourist.com

Quite helpful...check out especially 'Ask Joe the Doorman section' a service where you can email in your own question about visiting the Big Apple or learn quite a bit by simply reading the answers to others' NYC queries.
W. 91st St., Upper West Side NY 10024 Fax 212-721-0616
Tel: 212-769-3220; E-mail: richard@nyctourist.com
Website: nyctourist.com

Statue of Liberty Cam

Breathtaking!
Website: sccorp.com