– Times Square: heart of NYC with lots of electric/neon lights

– Broadway: theatre district
– Statue of Liberty: large sculpture on Liberty Island

– Central Park: public park in central Manhattan

– Rockefeller Center: complex of 19 commercial buildings
– Carnegie Hall: concert venue in Midtown Manhattan

– Madame Tussauds: in Times Square
– SoHo: art galleries, museums, restaurants, stores
– Chinatown: in Lower Manhattan
– Little Italy: in Lower Manhattan
– Staten Island Ferry: free ferry between Manhattan and Staten Island
– United Nations Headquarters: in Midtown Manhattan
– Madison Square Garden: famous indoor arena in Manhattan
– Yankee Stadium
– New York Stock Exchange: visitor’s gallery and self-guided tours
– Grand Central Terminal: large train station
– Brooklyn Bridge: old suspension bridge


Metropolitan Museum of Art
Guggenheim Museum
Museum of Modern Art (MoMa)
– Ground Zero Museum Workshop
– Jewish Museum: in Upper Manhattan
– American Museum of Natural History
– New York Botanical Garden
– American Folk Art Museum
– New York City Police Museum
– New York Public Library

Shopping in Fifth Avenue

Fifth Avenue is a high-end shopping street with upscale shops, department stores, national historic landmarks (Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Public Library) and flagshipstores of international brands. Other major shopping streets are Madison Avenue and Broadway. Department store Bloomingdale’s is at the corner of 59th Street & Lexington Avenue.
Hotels in Fifth Avenue


The Broadway Theatre district is a popular tourist attraction in New York City.