About New York

www.nyctourist.com

Welcome to the Big Apple.  Whether it’s magnificent shopping, fine dining, the theater, or sightseeing, New York City has it all.  Mid-November is a great time to visit and enjoy everything there is to offer in the city that never sleeps!

THEATER
www.newyorkcityteatre.com

Seeing a show on Broadway and going to the theater in NYC is one of the most popular events for New York City Tourists.  See hit shows such as Aladdin, The Book of Mormon, The King and I, Kinky Boots, The Lion King, Wicked, Chicago, Jersey Boys and The Phantom of the Opera!

MUSEUMS

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum  www.guggenheim.org
The Museum of Modern Art www.moma.org
The American Museum of Natural History  www.AMNH.org
The Metropolitan Museum of Art  www.metmuseum.org

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Statue of Liberty
www.statueafliberty.org

Located in New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty was a gift of international friendship from France to the United States.  Stroll into the lobby where you can experience the original torch and the Statue of Liberty Exhibit, then proceed to the promenade area for an up close view of the statue and a spectacular view of New York Harbor.  Ferries depart Battery Park to the Statue between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

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Central Park
www.centralpark.com

Central Park features 643 acres of beautiful landscape filled with numberous attractions such as the Cnetral Park Zoo and Wildlife Center and the Children’s Zoo.  The park also has restaurants including the scenic Boathouse Restaurant.

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Airport Transportation

All the hotels listed are located in Upper Manhattan.  The hotels are approximately 45 minutes from LaGuardia Airport and 60 minutes from the John F. Kennedy International Airport.  Yellow Medallion Taxi service is available from LaGuardia Airport for approximately $45.00 (one-way) and is available from the JFK International Airport for approximately $75.00 (one-way).  Rental car services are available at both airports.  Check with the hotels directly regarding hotel parking.