This non-profit contemporary arts center, founded by artist Dustin Yellin, is like a mini PS1. It’s set in a converted 19th-century warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The ground-floor gallery seamlessly blends with the outdoor garden, creating one of the largest exhibition spaces in New York City that’s used for public arts programs, artists residencies, live music performances, special chef dinners, and private events.
Almost any upscale retailer has a prestigious store located at this street. However not all of Fifth Avenue is shopping-centric. Along Central Park Fifth Avenue becomes a more residential street with a large number of interesting museums.
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is an American military and maritime history museum with a collection of museum ships in New York City. It is located at Pier 86 at 46th Street in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood on the West Side of Manhattan.
Trendy Dumbo's cobblestone streets and converted Brooklyn warehouse buildings are the backdrop for independent boutiques, high-end restaurants and trendy cafes. Near the waterfront, St. Ann's Warehouse, in a former tobacco factory, is the heart of a thriving performance and gallery scene. The north end of Brooklyn Bridge Park features historic Jane’s Carousel as well as picturesque views of the Manhattan skyline.
Widely known for its intricate humanmade watercourse and its trees, the bulk of Brooklyn's remaining indigenous forest, the park is a highly functional green space. Contained within its 526 acres are a zoo, the first urban-area Audubon Center in the nation, an ice rink, a band shell, a carousel, and dozens of athletic and recreational facilities.
Broadway crosses the whole Manhattan's district. In this neighborhood you can find theaters and also chic and fashionable shops.
Coney Island is in its own right an actual district of New York just on the Eastern side of Manhattan. Mainly popular for its beaches and amusement park, this island is easy to reach by subway.
Undoubtedly one of the most popular ethnic neighborhood of Manhattan, since 1858 Chinatown is home since 1858 of a very large Chinese community.
Since 1800 and for over a century the migratory flow from Italy brought generations over generation of Italian-American and made Little Italy’s hood their home in Manhattan. Between 1860 and 1880 nearly 68.000 Italians emigrated to New York and in 1920, there were more than 390.000 Italians living in the City.
Madison Square Garden, aka “The Garden”, with its 20.000 people capacity and its five floors, is the best known stadium in NY.
The One World Trade Center (known as Freedom Tower as well) has been inaugurated on May 2015, built just next to where once the Twin Towers were, as to symbolically take their place. A brand new spectacular and panoramic point of view on the city of New York.
Rockfeller Center’s observatory let you have a breathtaking view over the most popular buildings and skyscrapers, like the Empire, the Chrysler and the whole Central Park.
Grand Central is not only a train station, is an architectural piece of art, a symbol and a piece of history of New York as well.
The Promenade down the East River shore in Brooklyn Heights block, is a privileged spot from where to admire the close Manhattan Skyline.
An architecture and design masterpiece, Flatiron Building was one of the first building ever built in the Big Apple and despite its age, it keeps on being one of most photographed and loved jewels of New York.
9/11 National Museum rises up from the World Trade Center Foundation and its purpose is to commemorate and to honor the thousand of innocent lives of men women and children that were taken away by terrorists during the tremendous attacks that involved the Twin Towers on the 26th of February 1993 and on the most recent 11 September 2001
The Mall is a beautiful tree-lined avenue. You can begin walking in the boulevard from the terraces of Bethesda. In the avenue you can see also statues representing famous people among over 150 American elms that frame the promenade.
The Williamsburg neighborhood is one of the coolest places in New York. It is located in Brooklyn, just across the bridge. The main entrance of the festive neighborhood is located at the Bedford Avenue Station. In this place you can find young people who have fun.
The Charging Bull, the icon of Wall Street’s financial district, is one of the most photographed amenities of NY, alongside the Liberty Statue.
Brooklyn Bridge, built between 1869 and 1883 connects Manhattan and Brooklin and represents one of the most iconic attractions to see in New York.
A gift from France to United States celebrating the centenary of the independence wars, the Liberty Statue is globally recognized as the symbol of freedom and democracy.
Probably the most iconic place in the city, Times Square identifies the intersection between Seventh Avenue and Broadway, including the blocks among 6th and 8th Avenue and West 40th and 53rd Street in Manhattan.
The Empire State Building is one of the most famous skyscrapers in the world, and you can say the symbol of New York along with the Statue of Liberty. It is one of the three observatories of New York together with the Top of the Rock and the One World Trade Center.