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Central Park and Central Park Zoo Smack dab in the middle of one of the biggest cities in the world lies one of the biggest parks too. There's activities like boating, carriage rides, jogging, tennis, ice skating, and, of course, the famous zoo that attracts millions of people a year.
Empire State Building Most famous for being the building King Kong climbs and for at one point being the tallest building in the world, this New York icon has one of the most popular observation decks on earth with great views of the five boroughs.
Madison Square Garden This historic building has hosted some of the top events ever and is still one of the most popular entertainment facilities in the world, being home to the New York Knicks and Rangers and where Billy Joel and other top acts play concerts when on tour.
Metropolitan Museum One of the largest art museums in the world (and the largest in the country), this is considered home to some of the most valuable paintings ever, including worsk from Rembrant, Degas, Renoir, van Gogh, Monet, Matisse and Picasso.
Radio City Music Hall Located steps from Times Square in midtown Manhattan, this historical landmark was home to film premieres and has packed houses for big acts to showcase their talents since the 1930s.
Rockefeller Center This sprawling complex of buildings is home an underground concourse of shopping and restaurants, an incredible observation deck (Top of the Rock), and entertainment venues like Radio City Music Hall, the Today Show, Saturday Night Live and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallow.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum The Guggenheim is another popular spot - not just for what's inside as much as for it's unique Frank Lloyd Wright design. It's home to some of the more modern a and impressionist artwork of the 20th century.
The Theater District In the heart of Midtown Manhattan next to times square is where Broadway lies and that's where you'll find the best stage plays and musicals running. Surrrouding the theaters are popular restaurants and clubs for before and after the show.
Times Square One of the most iconic places on earth and the center of the city's entertainment area, this pedestrian center is all about light, images, and advertisements and a great place for people-watching and street entertainers.